The Nokia Eseries offer dual mode transfer between GPRS, WiFi and GSM networks. In addition to product supply Unique will undertake a multilayer configuration process which will include the Avaya client together with ‘push’ email and mobile device management utilising Intellisync.
As a security measure Unique will ensure that these new devices are bundled with data encryption, anti virus and firewall functionality, enabling mobile workers to access confidential and important corporate information whilst on the move. The bundle also offers a remote disable feature to delete data from lost or stolen devices.
Unique’s head of managed services, David Hinc, said “Since the introduction of the Eseries we have been working closely with Nokia to promote the virtues of these outstanding business devices. The launch of the Westcon solution makes all of the hard work worthwhile.”
The Nokia Eseries users will benefit from access to up to nine email clients in total including Blackberry, Seven and Visto.
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