A way for corporate customers to manage multiple types of devices beyond just Blackberrys, meet RIM’s Blackberry Mobile Fusion product. BMF supports both iOS and Android and is the only way it manage its own tablet, the PlayBook. AllThingsD noted that RIM had a job posting over on which it is looking for iOS developers and the company responded back to the publication staying, “In order for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion to perform advanced management functions for iOS devices, RIM will develop an on device client to be included as part of the overall solution.” Yes, the company is intending to build an app for iOS device that will help iPhones be more easily managed by BMF.
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