Blackberry monitoring service reporting

 

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The Ping Management Pack checks the status of your environment by means of ICMP ping. Using System Center Operations Manager’s built-in views, it provides the IT administrator insight in the root-cause of potential issues. OpsLogix ping MP provides comprehensive state and performance views.

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Blackberry monitoring service reporting

LAS VEGAS—The BlackBerry Mercury isn't a "real" phone yet. It hasn't been announced; that isn't even its name. But TCL started showing it off today at CES, and it's looking good, keyboard and all.

The Mercury, which has been leaked "about 600 times," according to TCL Communication North America president Steve Cistulli, is the new Android-powered smartphone running BlackBerry's software stack with the classic keyboard, complete with silvery frets between the rows.

TCL, which made the two previous BlackBerry-named handsets, the DTEK50 and DTEK60 , is finally taking over BlackBerry's handset marketing and sales operation, which can only be good for the brand in North America. Sales of BlackBerrys in the US have dropped to basically zero as carriers didn't pick them up.

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The Ping Management Pack checks the status of your environment by means of ICMP ping. Using System Center Operations Manager’s built-in views, it provides the IT administrator insight in the root-cause of potential issues. OpsLogix ping MP provides comprehensive state and performance views.

World leader in business-critical Native Management Packs. OpsLogix delivers solutions for System Center that helps businesses stay in control.

So you've been hanging onto BlackBerry for awhile, but you're ready to switch after seeing the shiny new iPhone SE , iPhone 6s , or iPhone 6s Plus . We can't blame you — iPhone is beautifully engineered and iOS has many great features, including a real focus on security these days. Plus, you can even get BBM on your iPhone these days. Right?!

The easiest way to transfer contacts, calendars, and notes is through a cloud service. If you're already using one of the many that are cross-platform, you can get your contacts over in just a few steps. If you're using Gmail as your primary account on BlackBerry, your address book and calendar should be ready to pull down to iOS with minimal effort - iCloud can handle all of that stuff too. If you're using contacts on another service, like Yahoo! or Exchange, the situation is similar.

If you don't trust Google or iCloud, you can also use a third party BlackBerry app like InTouch to upload and restore content between devices, though there's little reason to trust them any more than Google or Apple. Pictures, music, and other files can be shunted over through the native Box or DropBox apps on both handsets, or Google Drive if you grab PlayCloud 10 on BlackBerry .

BlackBerry Enterprise Server designates the middleware software package that is part of the BlackBerry wireless platform supplied by BlackBerry Limited . The software and service connects to messaging and collaboration software ( MDaemon Messaging Server , [1] Microsoft Exchange , Lotus Domino , Novell GroupWise ) on enterprise networks and redirects emails and synchronizes contacts and calendaring information between servers, desktop workstations, and mobile devices. Some third-party connectors exist, including Scalix , Zarafa , Zimbra , and the Google Apps BES Connector, although these are not supported by BlackBerry Limited.

Prior to version 4.0, BES was largely two separate codebases, with the 2.2 version for Domino and the 3.6 version for Exchange. In version 4.0 and beyond, much of the code is integrated, but separate distributions still remain for each supported mail platform. Beginning with version 4.1.2, the company introduced a new option, BlackBerry Enterprise Server for Applications, which provides a secure wireless gateway for BlackBerry devices without requiring the device owner to possess an email account. The latest major revision, version 5.0, was released in 2009 for Exchange and Domino; support for GroupWise was added in 2010.

BES 5 and below consists of a set of Windows services that carry out the basic operations of the system. These Windows Services can include (additional services may be installed depending on configuration):