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BoxTone hosting lounge at WES


WES LoungeI just got off the horn with BoxTone and Neverfail for this week’s podcast, and they mentioned the pimpin’ lounge area BoxTone will be setting up at WES this year. The Mobile User Management Lounge will be split up into three zones (Mash-up Room, Pro’s Corner and Gamer’s Pad) to offer some room for attendees to chill, network and have some one-on-one time with the folks you meet at WES. You can bet that you’ll be seeing the BBCool team around here a fair bit come WES time, so feel free to swing by! It’ll be right across from the Solutions Showcase – can’t miss it. For more info about the lounge, as well as BoxTone and Neverfail’s recent partnership, be sure to keep an eye out for our podcast this Friday.

Sneak peak at the lounge behind the jump…

Neverfail and BoxTone team up


WonderTwinsNeverfail, provider of disaster recovery services, and BoxTone, the big name in BES monitoring, have today announced a partnership. The key benefits seem to be geared towards common customers, but as time goes on, we’ll likely see new features linking the two closer together. They’ll both be at WES as well, so we’ll likely get a taste of how this team-up will benefit both products.

“The combination of Neverfail and BoxTone truly is a natural fit,” said Nick Harmer, VP of Channel and Sales Development for Neverfail. “As adoption of the BlackBerry Enterprise Solution continues to grow globally, more and more enterprises recognize the importance of a mobility platform and are looking for continuous availability across the extended BlackBerry environment. Neverfail looks forward to working with BoxTone to deliver comprehensive availability protection and a proactive management, monitoring and support solution for BlackBerry deployments.”

WES Exhibitor Spotlight: Neverfail


Neverfail logoNeverfail specializes in disaster recovery and prevention in IT areas. They offer broad support for BES, monitoring apps, network infrastructure, and the physical servers. Their software detects any outages within the system and implements an automatic failover to restore service within 90 seconds. It even integrates with other software — such as Conceivium’s MobileMonitor — to provide better support. Hopefully we’ll get to see some cool demos at WES.