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RIM Announces Blackberry Software for Small Businesses

Smaller businesses are getting more attention than ever from vendors that used to steamroll by them on their way to enterprise customers with big bucks. The latest such vendor is Blackberry maker Research in Motion.

Smaller businesses are getting more attention than ever from vendors that used to steamroll by them on their way to enterprise customers with big bucks. The latest such vendor is Blackberry maker Research in Motion.Research in Motion (RIM) today announced BlackBerry Professional Software for small businesses and midsize businesses.

The software, which installs on the same server as a company's email system, integrates with Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino.

And while BlackBerry Professional Software is targeted at small companies with up to 30 wireless users, RIM has loaded the application with the same security architecture and encryption system that the big boys get on their BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

Pricing starts at $499 for 5 users.

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