Remotely access Blackberries
Blackberries have now become an extension of yourself and your office. At times these devices do come up with some issues requiring expert attention. The situation gets frustrating when the average BlackBerry user attempts to explain the situation to the expert due to technical limitations. The available tools for a remote connection offer just remote connection of the devices, while MobiBizVNC Blackberry helpdesk offers not just a nifty, easy to use remote connection tool but also a competent helpdesk egar to assist. All this and more without any contracts or subscriptions!
Please check mobibizhelp.com
For more information on how to install and use MobiBiz, check out this link:
For you to see what the app looks like, we have also posted some screenshots of the app, and of installing it:
Installing the app:
And here are some showing what the program looks like once you've installed it on your PC and BlackBerry:
Thanks for your interest, links and information on the tool.
MobibizVNC is available both in BIS and in BES versions on the BlackBerry App store, also over the air (Apologies for being unable to post the links) . Once the application is downloaded on to the device, you need to activate it on the device using a secure access PIN number. Complete details and userís manual can be found on our website.
The design of the application facilitates ease of access and a highly advanced GUI as can be seen on the screenshots. Devices can be remotely accessed from any internet connected PC using a web browser.
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MobiBizVNC has been available on BlackBerry AppWorld for slightly over a month now. It has already been download about 800 times and is being actively used by hundreds of small businesses across the world.
Remote Control is free for try out for 7 days.
Our helpdesk solutions are On- Demand, without any subscriptions or contracts, our motto behind positioning our BlackBerry solutions is to deliver satisfaction as and when required. Require assistance for a team of 10 or a 100 BlackBerry users, usually that would mean to invest in either a dedicated Blackberry helpdesk or to outsource the whole support solution and eventually end up footing collosal bills. Our solutions are based on incidents, to know more please visit our website (mobibizlive.com) ::bbos::