More BlackBerry Unite! info


Back when Telefonica busted out the BlackBerry 8120, they also announced their free small group syncing solution, BlackBerry Unite! Well, Josep spotted a demo from RIM which goes over the key features, as well as links to an information page. They break it down as benefits for family (such as accessing shared photos, calendars, contacts), and business (remote file viewing, device lock-down, security). Unite is looking sweeter than ever, and hopefully the presence of a site in English signals its arrival here in North America soon. It might only be for up to five devices and 10 e-mail accounts, but that’s pretty good value for a free download.

Share life when you’re on the go
* Access thousands of photos anytime on your smartphone
* Enjoy your music libraries from virtually anywhere
* Use a family address book, so you always have the email addresses and phone numbers you need

Always stay coordinated
* Share your family’s calendars so everyone knows where they need to be and when.*
* Set reminders and check to see when family members are free

Always have what you need with you
* Use your BlackBerry smartphone to access your pictures, music, documents and more from your desktop computer.

Keep Safe
* With BlackBerry Unite!, the information you share is protected
* Customize BlackBerry smartphone use for each family member
* Wirelessly lock or wipe a stolen or missing BlackBerry device

Stay coordinated
* Setup or modify appointments and set reminders so everyone stays up-to-date automatically

Share key information when you’re on the go
* Collaborate with your team by sharing documents and presentations, videos and more
* View files remotely, email them as attachments, or save them to an expandable memory card in your smartphone.*

Always have what you need with you
* Use your BlackBerry smartphone to remotely access documents, pictures, presentations and more from desktop computers

Get peace of mind and protect the privacy of your office
* Acceptable smartphone usage can be defined for each individual
* Files are backed up automatically
* Your information is protected as it travels over the wireless network
* Use many of the same security features used by large corporations

4 Response to “More BlackBerry Unite! info”

  1. 1 JC

    So when will the ability to share calendars be available to BES customers?

  1. 1 More BlackBerry Unite! info
  2. 2 BlackBerry Unite Interactive Demo | RIMarkable | The official, unofficial BlackBerry Weblog
  3. 3 More BlackBerry Unite! info - : Your Number One BlackBerry Community

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