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Motorola Offers New Mobility Services Platform With Remote Management

The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola, Inc. has made available version 3.2 of its Mobility Services Platform (MSP 3.2). The tool offers enhanced management capabilities to maximize mobile device uptime and utilization among mobile workers, Motorola said. The mobility-management platform can control up to 100,000 mobile devices across a company's global network. It provides secure management architecture to easily add new rugged mobile computers, digital assistants or barcode scanners on the network. Administrators can wirelessly provision mobile computers from virtually any location, without having to physically handle devices when updating operating systems, firmware, applications and security. For devices that are lost or stolen, MSP 3.2 can lock down or wipe the device of key information based on local policy, or remotely from the management console. MSP 3.2 also offers issue-management capabilities, to monitor the health and performance of devices. It collects a variety of device metrics, including available memory and storage, battery usage, power cycles, scans and wireless network signal quality. In addition, IT managers can deliver customized messages to end users, alerting them to issues and providing instructions for fixing or updating applications. MSP 3.2 is part of Motorola's Mobility Suite.
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The Enterprise Mobility business of Motorola, Inc. has made available version 3.2 of its Mobility Services Platform (MSP 3.2). The tool offers enhanced management capabilities to maximize mobile device uptime and utilization among mobile workers, Motorola said. The mobility-management platform can control up to 100,000 mobile devices across a company's global network. It provides secure management architecture to easily add new rugged mobile computers, digital assistants or barcode scanners on the network. Administrators can wirelessly provision mobile computers from virtually any location, without having to physically handle devices when updating operating systems, firmware, applications and security. For devices that are lost or stolen, MSP 3.2 can lock down or wipe the device of key information based on local policy, or remotely from the management console. MSP 3.2 also offers issue-management capabilities, to monitor the health and performance of devices. It collects a variety of device metrics, including available memory and storage, battery usage, power cycles, scans and wireless network signal quality. In addition, IT managers can deliver customized messages to end users, alerting them to issues and providing instructions for fixing or updating applications. MSP 3.2 is part of Motorola's Mobility Suite.
http://www.motorola.com