RoadSync for Series 60
Secure, Wireless and Direct Push Synchronization of Corporate E-mail, Calendar and Contacts on Symbian S60 3rd Edition Smartphones
|Last Update:||June 21st 2006 |
|License:||Provided with purchase|
|Requirements:||Symbian Series 60 3rd edition smartphones, Exchange Server 2003 with SP2|
|ID's:||HID: 191408, AAID: 15041|
for today's most popular smartphones
Need a way to stay connected while away from the office?
Use RoadSync for secure, wireless, direct push synchronization with your corporate Outlook e-mail with attachments and data no matter where the day takes you. Now, you can truly mobilize your work life.
RoadSync now supports select
Mobility Features of Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2
- Direct Push technology provided by Exchange Server 2003 SP2, maintains an HTTP connection to push new e-mail messages, calendar and contact notifications to the device ensuring that everything is always up-to-date
- Remote Wipe command allows IT administrators to wipe sensitive Exchange data from the device over the Web, in case a device gets lost or stolen
- Global Address List (GAL) provides ability to look up and address new e-mail messages to corporate contacts by accessing GAL right from the smartphone
- Additional Data Compression provides a faster experience when sending and receiving e-mail with GZip
PUSH Your E-Mail - WITHOUT middleware
With RoadSync, businesses can leverage their current investment in Exchange 2003 without the need to purchase additional servers to provide Direct Push e-mail to their employees' phones
Calendar - populates existing built-in calendar
Contacts - populates existing built-in contacts
|Advantages for Companies & IT Administrators |
Lowest Total Cost of Ownership on the Market
No need for a middleware server, a desktop redirector or
typical set up and service fees commonly associated with today's
Support for Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 SP2
Features such as Direct Push, Remote Wipe and Global Address List require
Microsoft's recently released Exchange Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2). Enterprises already running SP2 can take advantage of these new mobility enhancements when using Symbian-based devices.
Simple Installation & Deployment
With over-the-air distribution, end-users and IT departments can install
RoadSync without any desktop interaction by entering just a few settings on the device.
Secure Transmission of Sensitive Data
RoadSync supports industry-standard SSL (Secure Socket Layer) connections
over port 443, the same level of encryption trusted for online banking. In
addition, the Remote Wipe feature allows IT managers to clear all Exchange
data from the mobile handset in the event it is lost or stolen.
Works with Today's Most Popular Mobile Devices
With support for today's most popular devices and mobile operating systems,
IT departments have a choice when it comes to hardware as well as the
flexibility to mobilize employees who may already own a personal device.
RoadSync for Symbian UIQ (Sony Ericsson P900 and P910)
RoadSync for Symbian Series 80 (Nokia E-Series and N-Series smartphones)
RoadSync for Palm OS (Treo series)
1. Microsoft Exchange Server 2003
(Service Pack 2 is required for Push and Remote Wipe features)
2. Supported Smartphone or Wireless Handset
3. Data Plan through Mobile Carrier
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