Thursday, November 20, 2008

Contact syncing with BlackBerry devices now available

Posted by Jeremy Milo, Google Apps Marketing Manager

Work often needs to get done when you're not at your own desk or using your own computer. Software-as-a-service has a natural advantage here, because your information is accessible from the cloud anywhere, with any internet-connected device. Since we launched Google Sync for BlackBerry, for example, workers have been able to keep their mobile devices in sync with Google Calendar.

Calendar access isn't the whole mobile story, though, and today we're adding BlackBerry contact syncing to Google Sync. This improvement offers two-way synchronization between your BlackBerry's built-in address book and your Google Apps contacts automatically over the air.

To use Google Sync or upgrade from the older version, visit from your BlackBerry browser.

By the way, Google Apps supports mobile access on many different phones, so take a look at our other Google Apps mobile options.
[NFGB] Link - from Official Google Enterprise Blog
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