Mobile Fusion

RIM has released the first service pack for BlackBerry Mobile Fusion today. The update includes enhancements to better manage devices on Mobile Fusion. Updates include BlackBerry Device Service 6.1, Universal Device Service 6.1, and BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Studio 6.2. New features include:

Universal Device Service

  • Improved iOS 5 support, including new features for Wi-Fi, VPN, Microsoft® ActiveSync, and managed app distribution
  • iOS enterprise app distribution via web client
  • Simplified error messages and notifications for updates
  • Enhancements to iOS device enrollment
  • iOS 6 compatibility
  • Touchdown email configuration for Android devices (requires update to the BlackBerry Mobile Fusion client from Google Play - available today)

BlackBerry Device Service

  • Over The Air (OTA) enrollment directly from a BlackBerry® PlayBook tablet. Once enrolled, enterprise configurations such as email, Wi-Fi, VPN profiles, and enterprise applications can be wirelessly pushed to the device
  • Full device encryption option as a new IT policy (including personal and work areas)
  • Developer mode can be disabled on enterprise-connected BlackBerry PlayBook tablets
  • Support for Microsoft ActiveSync certificate-based authentication

Users can grab the latest update to BlackBerry Mobile Fusion at the link below.

Download BlackBerry Mobile Fusion Service Pack 1 update