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WES 2010 BlackBerry Solution Showcase Spotlight Part II: Gwava, NeverFail, iSec7, TouMetis, Wireless Watchdogs and Grabba

By Kevin Michaluk on 4 May 2010 09:45 am EDT

Following up Part I of our BlackBerry Solution Showcase Spotlight at WES 2010, in Part II we visit several more of the companies that were on hand in Orlando. 

This time around we have Gwava, NeverFail, iSec7, TouMetis, Wireless Watchdogs and Grabba. You can watch the video above to learn more about what each of these companies offers in the BlackBerry space and click the links to jump over to their websites for more information.



Man when they say that BES has crazy security they really aren't messing are they :P

Always love being reminded why blackberry is the only choice for proper enterprise use. It amazes me just hwo much they can do with the api just through the BES server.

Oh and first :D


What the heck did iSec7 guy said? unhearable, new accent