Nokia-Microsoft Exchange Direct Access Email Boosting Global Businesses

Nokia today announced an update on the deployment of Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync for Nokia smartphones that shows it is gaining substantial traction among the world’s biggest operators and enterprises.

The solution – which delivers direct, secure access to email and personal information via organizations’ Microsoft Exchange servers – is now available for Nokia smartphones on more than 550 operator networks worldwide.

Nokia claims with Microsoft Exchange servers ActiveSync for Nokia smartphones, OnMobile India’s largest value-added services company for mobile, landline and media service providers, was able to speed up processes, cut response time and save money by introducing Nokia’s solution. Also, given that part of its workforce was already using Nokia smartphones, it was easy to set up Mail for Exchange without extra cost.

In addition, monthly mobile data charges were substantially lower for the Nokia solution, and this encouraged users of a rival solution to switch. In the six months following the deployment, OnMobile reported substantial time savings for engineers, a 20 percent increase in projects completed on time and a 30 percent decrease in travel expenses.

The solution enables employees to connect directly to the corporate mail server with their Nokia smartphone without the need for additional servers, and is fast becoming the solution of choice for businesses. In addition to accessing email, employees also enjoy direct access to corporate instant messaging through Microsoft Communicator Mobile, which was the first new application to be delivered by the two companies as part of their strategic alliance announced last year.

The Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync solution is supported by a wide range of Nokia smartphones available with different designs and prices, covering the entire business user market. In the first half of 2010, more than 12 million Nokia Eseries business smartphones were shipped, representing a growth of more than 50 percent compared to the first half of 2009. Nokia’s line-up of business smartphones is to be strengthened by the arrival of the Nokia E7, equipped with a full keyboard and 4-inch touchscreen featuring Nokia ClearBlack technology for improved outdoor visibility.

In addition to access to corporate email and infrastructure, Nokia smartphone users also enjoy access to maps, navigation, download apps and access other services through Ovi. The popularity of Business category apps in the Ovi Store, such as Worldmate, F-Secure Anti-Theft for Mobile, Boingo and Bloomberg, has significantly increased with some of the top downloading countries.

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November 9, 2010 4:35 pm 4:35 PM

Where can I get updated Mail for Exchange…..?????….I have version 3.00.050 ….

Manoj Thakur
November 9, 2010 9:42 am 9:42 AM

good move nokia…………

November 9, 2010 6:12 am 6:12 AM

Well said, you are bang on

I use Nokia E63 with all e mailing – I essentially started out with E63 as address book consolidation device, for which it helped a lot. Also I was able to sync with Thunderbird and G Mail

Having done that I would go ahead with any of the tablet devices, one of Apple and another of Android – no place for Nokia then

Also having used BlackBerry earlier to Nokia, BlackBerry is the best for Corporate e mailing – as it works fine even in low signal strength areas, apart from better security it provides