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MobileFrame Engineering is proud to announce that the release candidate for MobileFrame 4.7 is now available.  If you are a current beta program participant you can find the release candidate in the My Downloads section of our support site.  If you are not a beta program participant and would like to get the release candidate, contact your sales representative and they’ll be happy to assist you.

This release includes features like built-in and automatic version control, the all new Project Publisher, full 64-bit support, and many other significant improvements further fortifying MobileFrame as the best and most complete solution for enterprise mobility.

In order to ensure the best quality experience for our users, Engineering has released a maintenance update to the MobileFrame 4.6 release.  If you’re a current customer or partner using MobileFrame 4.6, you can get the maintenance update file from the “My Downloads” section on the support site.

This optional update includes fixes for several minor issues reported by our customers and partners.  Read the release notes included in the download to see exactly what was addressed.

Note that you can apply the update to an existing MobileFrame 4.6 installation only.

MobileFrame will be exhibiting at the Motorola Road Show to be held at the Chicago Hilton on October 28th and 29th. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with MobileFrame Business Development Manager, Bruce Redke and witness firsthand a live demonstration of MobileFrame’s patented 100% Code Free platform. Bruce will be demonstrating MobileFrame’s soon to be released version 4.6.

MobileFrame will be exhibiting at the Motorola Government Solutions Showcase Event to be held at the Renaissance Hotel in Denver, Colorado on October 22.   Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with MobileFrame Executive Sales Representative, Dave Butler and witness firsthand a live demonstration of MobileFrame’s patented 100% Code Free platform.

MobileFrame will be exhibiting at the Motorola Prime Time Now Orlando Event to be held at the Omni Orlando Champions Gate Resort on October 21 – 22.   Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with MobileFrame Executive Sales Representative, Scott Manoff and witness firsthand a live demonstration of MobileFrame’s patented 100% Code Free platform.

Google Map Upgrades!

Posted by  on Oct 9, 2009

If you’re a customer or partner in the United States and you use MobileFrame’s GPS Tracking and Mapping functionality, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has just upgraded their United States maps.  They’ve updated them so they’re more accurate and they’ve added more detail around things like campuses and parks so that trails and walkways are now shown.

Since MobileFrame partners with Google to provide the maps for our geocoding and mapping functionality, our customers will automatically benefit from these upgrades without having to do anything.

For a complete run-down of the changes you can view the announcement in the Google LatLong Blog.

The candidate release of MobileFrame 4.6 left engineering last night and is now available.  MobileFrame 4.6 is the next version of our premier mobility solution  for small, mid-sized, and enterprise-class companies.  This release has many features including GPS tracking and mapping, vastly improved remote device management (including device interrogation and taking remote control of the device), enhanced authoring tools, and improved Administrator tools.

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The MobileFrame 4.6 Sneak Peek video is now available to customers via the MobileFrame Support Site.  Engineering produces these videos with each release as a way to give our customers a tutorial of the new features and enhancements to the MobileFrame product line without having to read the release notes.  Enjoy!

Please Note:  you must have a MobileFrame Support Account to view these videos. If you are a Pro Suite user, please contact your MobileFrame Sales Representative to learn more about obtaining a MobileFrame Support Account.

I received an email last week from one of our international partners that included a video of an HTC device running MobileFrame 4.6 (beta) on the Windows Mobile 6.5 OS.  Although unconfirmed by MobileFrame Engineering (since we can’t seem to get our hands on a WinMo 6.5 device), the video shows that it’s working great.  We didn’t anticipate any issues but it’s nice to see confirmation nonetheless.

Thanks to Xenacom (www.xenacom.com) for sending us their findings!