Monday, October 05, 2009

BlackBerry releases Mac-synching software, reports CNET News.

BlackBerry releases Mac-synching software, Oracle updates PeopleSoft Enterprise, and OSS organisations merge.

BlackBerry releases Mac-synching software

BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac allows people to sync data with Mac apps for contacts, appointments, tasks, and notes. The software also allows people to schedule back-ups, encrypt files, and perhaps most importantly, install software updates for their BlackBerry devices.

Apart from the business side of things, RIM said the software features BlackBerry Media Sync, allowing people to sync their iTunes music with their BlackBerry. According to the company, people can choose the playlists they want, and all the included tracks will be transferred to the smartphone.

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