On-premises BlackBerry servers won't connect to Microsoft's Office 365 at launch

By , Network World |  Cloud Computing, BES, BlackBerry

"With Office 365 for enterprises, customers will be able to utilize RIM's newly announced BlackBerry cloud-based service," Microsoft said. "This will replace the existing Microsoft-hosted BlackBerry enterprise service that is available today for Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) -- Standard."

Holleran added, "As we transition from MAPI to latency-tolerant solutions we expect the ability to connect from on-premises into the cloud as well." But no timeline for on-premises to cloud connectivity is being revealed.

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