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Novell GroupWise synchronization for the iPhone

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Thu August 14, 2008

GroupWise iPhone sync

Notify Technology Corp. has announced that all iPhone and iPod touch devices running the 2.0 firmware will be supported by NotifyLink Enterprise Edition for Novell GroupWise. NotifyLink extends the enterprise functionality of the iPhone and iPod touch to include support for wireless synchronization of Novell GroupWise email and PIM (calendar, personal address book, and global address book). NotifyLink is available in two different versions, "On-Premise" and "On-Demand." The "On-Premise" version is ideal for companies who want to maintain and support their wireless email and PIM synchronization on site whereas the "On-Demand" version is hosted by Notify and designed for enterprises of all sizes wanting to avoid the maintenance and support but still deploy any number or wireless devices.

"We are excited to announce our NotifyLink Enterprise Edition now supports the new iPhone 3G and iPod touch. We are now able to offer Novell GroupWise enterprise, government, and educational customers with a push wireless email and PIM synchronization iPhone and iPod touch solution that will meet their needs," said Paul DePond, President and Founder of Notify Technology.

Pricing information can be obtained by contacting Notify Technology Corp. at sales [at] notifycorp.com.




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