“We are excited for the upcoming release of Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and will work quickly to update our RoadSync product line to support the new mobile synchronization features,” said Ilya Eliashevsky RoadSync product manager, DataViz, Inc. “Exchange 2007 matches many features offered by traditional middleware solutions, but it does so in a very affordable and scalable way which we anticipate will exceed the expectations of many mobile users. As a stand-alone client application, RoadSync offers a timely and affordable solution for corporations looking to further maximize existing device and server investments without needing to purchase new handsets. RoadSync also helps to eliminate many of the uncertainties surrounding the availability of firmware updates provided through the carrier, manufacturer or OS provider.”
“Symbian OS is the leading global standard operating system for smartphones, and as such, it is essential to provide our customers with the latest advancements in mobile messaging,” said Jerry Panagrossi, vice president, US operations, Symbian. “With RoadSync v3.0, enterprises large and small can invest in Microsoft Exchange and Symbian smartphones, enjoying secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of email with attachments in the original file format, calendar and contacts data. Symbian smartphone owners are among the first to take advantage of the latest Exchange enhancements, contrary to the belief that Exchange compatibility is available only for the latest Windows Mobile devices.”
DataViz announce beta support for Exchange 2007
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DataViz have announced the availability of the first beta of version 3 of RoadSync for S60 3rd Edition devices which includes support for Microsoft Exchange 2007. Based on the Exchange Server ActiveSync® protocol licensed directly from Microsoft, RoadSync provides secure, wireless and direct push synchronization of corporate e-mail, attachments, calendar and contacts.