Visto supports corporate e-mail for Apple iPhone
Visto announced the support of corporate e-mail functionality for the Apple iPhone.
Through Visto, iPhone users will be able to experience secure mobile access to current and legacy versions of both Microsoft Exchange and IBM Lotus Domino corporate messaging platforms. Visto will enable access to implement and administer and will alleviate IT concerns regarding security and reliability. Visto Mobile will directly offer access to corporate and personal e-mail for the iPhone in the United States.
Visto Mobile for the iPhone will be available in late Q3 2007. iPhone users will be able to take advantage of a free 60-day trial of the Visto Mobile service. For more details and pre-sign up, go to http://www.vistomobile.com/iphone
Novell expands security management
Novell announced a solution to help organizations enforce security policies. Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management complements the existing Novell ZENworks product line by extending policy-based management to device security. The solution enforces security policies to control device ports, wireless connections and applications, as well as to guarantee data encryption.
ZENworks Endpoint Security Management automates the enforcement of corporate security policies, giving organizations control over their data and endpoint access while still allowing the safe use of removable drives and ensuring wireless security. It also includes a personal firewall, which controls the network traffic to and from a user’s computer based on security policies.
Additionally, Novell now offers the Secure Desktop Solution, a solution that combines the capabilities of ZENworks Endpoint Security Management with Novell ZENworks Asset Management and ZENworks Patch Management. This solution completes the security lifecycle by automatically auditing, measuring and mitigating desktop security risks on a continual basis.
Novell ZENworks Endpoint Security Management is available today from Novell for a list price of approximately $98 per device or as part of the Secure Desktop Solution for a list price of $170. For more information about Novell ZENworks, visit www.novell.com/products/zenworks/endpointsecuritymanagement.
Intermec delivers data collection applications
Intermec introduces the CK31ex, a handheld computer with integrated near-far area imaging technology that can read virtually any symbology from six inches to 50 feet. The CK31ex enables warehouse workers to consolidate their computing, data capture and documentation needs in a single device.
The CK31ex is the device to integrate the Intermec Intellibeam EX25 auto-focus near-far scan engine. It reads and decodes 1D and 2D bar codes as well as composite and postal codes, from near or far, in any orientation. It can also read bar codes printed on plain paper at long distances, eliminating the need for expensive retro-reflective label media.
The CK31ex also enables users to capture images suitable for proof-of-delivery and documentation of damaged, expired or unsealed goods. The handheld computer features a Microsoft Windows CE.NET operating system, optional factory-loaded terminal emulation support, a quarter VGA color touch display and a Cisco-compatible 802.11 b/g radio.
The RoHS-compliant CK31ex has multiple keyboard options to provide flexibility for applications ranging from shipping and receiving, to put-away, picking and cycle counting for the warehouse floor. An optional user-installable and removable pistol grip handle is ideal for highly repetitive scanning. It also supports Intermec’s SmartSystems Foundation.