RIM welcomes Office 365 Users


Microsoft Office 365 Logo

Research in Motion has gone ahead and blessed the BlackBerry Business Cloud Services as ready for the prime time users. The software, which has been beta test for the last 4 months allows BlackBerry users to easily integrate with their firm’s Office 365 deployment. Users can expect synchronization with their Exchange email, contacts and calendars, along with the ability to remotely wipe or lock their data should the device go missing.

Likewise the IT gurus may take advantage of remote administration and wireless activation of the handsets. The software is free and will work for all medium-sized and enterprise subscribers of Office 365.

We have been playing with Office 365 for the past week and will shortly post a full in-depth review about it soon.

BlackBerry London Surfaces In Leak


 

See that rather sexy photo above from the guys and girls at CrackBerry. It’s a rendering of RIM’s upcoming BlackBerry codenamed London. And was found lurking around a leaked Waterloo slide show.

We will up you updated as we learn more.

Porsche Designed Blackberry P9981


I was just told about this NEW phone which is MAYBE being sold by the world famous department store Harrods. Which of course is no stranger to exposing Londoners to some of the finer and more eccentric things in life.

So I learnt that it will be bringing RIM’s Porsche Designed Blackberry P9981 to its shelves as a UK exclusive and set you back £1,275 for this sexy slab of unlocked goodness.