Corporate Mobile Messenger is a secure enterprise Instant Messaging (IM) and Presence service newly introduced by messaging specialist Digital Rum. Users will be able to engage in more secure real-time collaboration with office-based colleagues, partners and third parties. Based on Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005, it seamlessly extends the capabilities of the server to mass-market mobile phones – Symbian Series 60, RIM Blackberry and Java Micro Edition handsets.
Corporate Mobile Messenger supports one-to-one or one-to-many IM and voice collaboration and provides end-to-end security from the corporate domain through to the mobile phone. It can be used for more secure real-time collaboration between a mobile workforce and office-based colleagues, partners and third parties, and will reportedly improve responsiveness and productivity levels.
Corporate Mobile Messenger is being offered as a hosted service, and is available for commercial use by enterprise customers in the US and UK
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