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Client install

4 posts in Trial Discussion Last posting was on 2007-04-12 18:29:39.0Z
"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-11 15:15:37.0Z
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For getting the OB-Client to the device we need to go visit a website on teh
device.

Is their really a need to install any OB software on the users desktop ?
Really would want to avoid such things as users increase it is going to
increase the support calls .. specially with users having different
operating ssytems from xp to vista.

So guess question is ... is the OB-Client a true OTA or is their something
that is needed to be installed/configured from the user personal desktop pc
where their lotus notes client lives.


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-11 22:06:48.0Z
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Robert wrote:
> For getting the OB-Client to the device we need to go visit a website on teh
> device.
>
> Is their really a need to install any OB software on the users desktop ?
> Really would want to avoid such things as users increase it is going to
> increase the support calls .. specially with users having different
> operating ssytems from xp to vista.
>
> So guess question is ... is the OB-Client a true OTA or is their something
> that is needed to be installed/configured from the user personal desktop pc
> where their lotus notes client lives.
>
>

OneBridge fully supports OTA. For evaluation purposes you can see our
OTA website at www.getonebridge.com. We have the ability to install and
configure the client on the device so that the user will only need to
sync manually once, providing their username and password for
authentication purposes to the OneBridge Server.

No desktop software is needed, although we do support a desktop
installation as well.


"Robert" <robert Posted on 2007-04-12 15:53:57.0Z
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>
> OneBridge fully supports OTA. For evaluation purposes you can see our OTA
> website at www.getonebridge.com. We have the ability to install and
> configure the client on the device so that the user will only need to sync
> manually once, providing their username and password for authentication
> purposes to the OneBridge Server.
>
> No desktop software is needed, although we do support a desktop
> installation as well.

How big is the install ? in MBs

Sounds encouraging. Desktop software in large deployments will be a
nightmare support-wise.

Is their a way to backup all this information to a SD card Or use the SD
card as a the data-store? With all the data on the native device how does OB
handle termination of employee and hence need to wipe out data from device
?? Will the admin able to send a magic bullet to flush all corporate data of
the phone.


Mark Wright Posted on 2007-04-12 18:29:39.0Z
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Robert wrote:
>> OneBridge fully supports OTA. For evaluation purposes you can see our OTA
>> website at www.getonebridge.com. We have the ability to install and
>> configure the client on the device so that the user will only need to sync
>> manually once, providing their username and password for authentication
>> purposes to the OneBridge Server.
>>
>> No desktop software is needed, although we do support a desktop
>> installation as well.
>
> How big is the install ? in MBs
>
> Sounds encouraging. Desktop software in large deployments will be a
> nightmare support-wise.
>
> Is their a way to backup all this information to a SD card Or use the SD
> card as a the data-store? With all the data on the native device how does OB
> handle termination of employee and hence need to wipe out data from device
> ?? Will the admin able to send a magic bullet to flush all corporate data of
> the phone.
>
>

For the palm devices the full install is approximately 800KB, for
Windows Mobile devices approximately 3 MB.

You can create a client install that can reside on an SD Card, this is
fairly easy to do. So if the phone is hard reset for any reason they
can install from the SD Card. As for the data being backed up to the SD
Card we provide data backup to the server, not to the SD Card. We can
do file transfers from server to the SD Card. Because OneBridge is
synchronizing PIM information, typically this data already resided on
the Domino server, so re-installing OneBridge and doing an initial sync
will restore their data from the Domino Server. I hope that this
answers your question, if not let me know.

As for a remote wipe, yes OneBridge supports what's known as a "Kill
Pill". If the device is lost or stolen, from the OneBridge
Administrator console, a kill pill can be sent to a group of devices or
a specific device and it will hard reset the device thus flushing all
corporate data.

For added security we do also offer Afaria Security Manager which will
allow for on device encryption. This gives you the ability to create a
power and password and also encrypt the pim stores and specific files on
the device, such as corporate data.

Thanks

Mark