RIM and HP partner up for Internet Printing and Sever Management.
Now when I first read this I thought it was a fake rumor. Why would RIM want to partner up with Hewlett Packard? Well read below for what these two have planned that will be released after showing it at WES.
Information below provided by Berryreview.com
HP CloudPrint for BlackBerry Smartphones
HP Operations Manager for BlackBerry Enterprise Server
- HP CloudPrint for BlackBerry smartphones is a web services based solution that allows users to print emails, documents, photos and web pages using a BlackBerry smartphone, wherever they are - in the office, at home or on the road.
- The CloudPrint service enables mobile users to easily print to the nearest printer. The service is printer-agnostic and driverless and requires simple Internet access. HP and RIM plan to make CloudPrint available to BlackBerry(R) Internet Service subscribers as well as BlackBerry Enterprise Server customers.
- HP also is introducing software to centrally monitor and manage the extended BlackBerry solution ecosystem, whether it is virtual or physical. This ecosystem includes the BlackBerry Enterprise Server software, mail servers, databases, Microsoft Active Directory and server operating systems such as Windows(R) Server. Plans also include extending the capabilities of the monitoring solution to provide an end to end view of enterprise applications running on the BlackBerry platform.
- HP Operations Manager for BlackBerry Enterprise Server correlates events from each part of the mobile ecosystem to help customers pinpoint potential issues and take corrective actions to remediate them. This single console reduces costs associated with monitoring multiple consoles and provides customers with a consolidated view into events, enabling them to manage performance and deliver optimal service levels for BlackBerry messaging services.
I checked www.Blackberry.com/hp/
for more information but I show that the page is non existance.