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  • Are there multiple people who need to view or update an executive's diary?
  • Is there a need for an executive's calendar to be accessed on more than one mobile device?

mobileX for the Smartphone allows an executive's staff or another executive to access the executive's existing Microsoft Exchange® or IBM Lotus Domino® calendar on their mobile device.

Secure

Access to mobileX for the Smartphone is very secure. In typical deployments the mobile devices must be ones which can the organisations internal network, such as BlackBerry® smartphones. Access to the executive's diary can be limited to only those staff who require access. There are a number of access and visibility levels so that the executive can feel safe in the knowledge that their data is secure.

All changes to appointments are audited in an audit log stored in each appointment, this log is also available on the mobile device.

Read Only

By default mobileX for the Smartphone operates in a "Read-Only" mode. Staff can access the executive's calendar to keep informed of the executive's movements.

Update

mobileX for the Smartphone can be set to allow those staff members who have access to update the executive's calendar to update the calendar from their own mobile device. Staff member who do not have access to update are only able to read the calendar.

Last minute changes to the executives schedule can be updated while a staff memeber is away from the office. Staff and the executive will see these updates in mobileX and the executive's existing Microsoft Exchange® or IBM Lotus Domino® calendar immediately.

Invitations

mobileX for the Smartphone allows a staff member with appropriate access to view, accept or decline electronic meeting invitations received by the executive directly from the staff member's mobile device.

Contacts

mobileX for the Smartphone also includes the ability to share a set of office contacts and corporate contacts. Rather than the executive and all their staff requiring their own copy of common contacts, these contacts can be kept in a single repository accessible by all staff members who have been granted access.

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Testimonial

We love it. It is the best for a Executive’s diary. MS Outlook is OK for your own bits and pieces but not for the working diary of a Executive. …go for it. Avoid Outlook. PA to Senior Federal Cabinet Minister