Posts tagged Microsoft Exchange
Palm has just unleashed an update to its latest mobile phone operating system and has named it webOS 1.3.1. webOS 1.3.1 doesn’t bring any new applications. Instead, what it brings is a lot of improvements, fixes and feature enhancements such as playing video in full screen mode (rather than cropping it) and more.
BGR just posted the first screenshots of the latest Android OS named Eclair. The yet to be released version of Android 2.0 called Eclair brings with it new cool features as well as improvements that can be considered as optimizations steps.
Samsung B7320 OmniaPRO is a portable messaging centre which lets users carry their inbox with them wherever they go, with corporate push email support. The Samsung Omnia PRO B7320 is Samsung’s second “Omnia Pro” device.
Comes with the standard display of 2.4″ 320 x 240 pixel non-touch panel, similar to the sort of thing you would find in a normal mobile phone. Omnia PRO B7320 runs Windows Mobile 6.1 Standard rather than Professional.
The camera is a 3 megapixel with autofocus. Built in GPS. The Omnia PRO B7320 comes with WiFi, and it supports 3.5G HSDPA download speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps. It comes with things like a web browser and multimedia player.
Email is a key feature of a device like this, and the B7320 supports standard email clients plus push email from Microsoft Exchange. The B7320 is a very practical messaging device and an alternative to a BlackBerry.
A couple of other features on the Omnia PRO B7320 are the large 1480 mAh battery, and the fact the Samsung say that this should be updatable to Windows Mobile 6.5 when it comes out.
DataViz has just recently announced its application “ROADSYNC” which is intended to provide support and synchronization services with Microsoft Exchange.
ROADSYNC based on Exchange ActiveSync technology licensed directly from Microsoft, provides secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of corporate e-mail, calendar, contacts, tasks & attachments – all in one affordable, scalable and easy to manage package.
In addition to significantly enhancing end-user productivity, RoadSync simultaneously lowers IT costs by providing an easy to implement mobility strategy which eliminates the need for middleware servers and subscription fees.
The features provided by the released application are :
- Secure connection with a Microsoft Exchange server.
- “Direct Push” e-mail (leads to faster data access and instant notifications).
- Fast mark and delete multiple messages.
- Sync Exchange Contacts to the built-in application while keeping them separate from Google and other contacts.
- View Contact photos in RoadSync messages as well as Caller-ID.
- Download attachments of all types.
DataViz, which has the honor of being the first independent software vendor, seems determined and committed to extending this technology to reach Symbian S60 3rd Edition devices from popular manufacturers such as Samsung, LG and Nokia.