RIM has been dominant in the business world for years, however, recently more companies have been making the switch over to competing manufacturer platforms such as Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. Today RIM announced “BlackBerry Mobile Fusion” – a product that will fall under the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) and is their “next-generation enterprise mobility solution”. BlackBerry Mobile Fusion – actually a cool name – will allow corporate and government customers manage those employees who have an iOS and Android device (smartphones and tablets). As for some of its features, IT staff will have the ability to remote lock and wipe the device, set passwords, “Application and software management”, Connectivity management (Wi-Fi, VPN, certificate).
In a press release RIM stated this will be available in March of 2012, but gave no word on the price. Those interested can sign up for updates via RIM here.