BlackBerry Enterprise Server

Cortado extends the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server to classic PC functions Berlin–Cortado, a global leader in mobile applications, Member of the BlackBerry Alliance program and mobile document management, specialist gives you the support of the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 from research in motion (RIM) announced. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 provides access to documents behind a corporate firewall and provides extensive possibilities for mobile working with files, as well as a variety of output options such as printing, faxing and PDF create users via the Cortado solution. As a specialist for mobile document management, Cortado offers a seamless mobile office solution users of BlackBerry smartphones. The most important advantages at a glance: Seamless working environment users work as in the familiar environment of Microsoft Windows XP – or Vista operating system. Using the network folder Manager drive names and access rights are automatically in accordance with the Active Directory rights. Documents can be downloaded without size limit. \”Documents can use the function save under\” uploaded and stored emails and attachments directly to network drives.

Mobile document Manager enables classic Windows Explorer functions the copy, paste, create, delete and rename files and folders on network drives or in online directories. Large file handling support of any on the device and the network stored documents, attachments, tasks, notes and calendar entries. Support for HTML-E-mails and BlackBerry browser pages. Support any document and various image formats. Open architecture with the flexibility to add new file formats. Support document access for BlackBerry smartphones with the device software 4.1 and higher.

Mobile Edition options PDF creation: the first PDF Creator for BlackBerry smartphones. Saving, printing, faxing and emailing of PDF files. Immediate creation of database reports: viewing, emailing, printing or faxing of reports from virtually any data source. Printing to network printers according to the user rights in Active Directory.