The Nokia N97 smartphone features a 32GB internal memory plus a microSD slot for up to 16GB of expansion. Its 3.5 inch slide and tilt touch-screen sits above a full QWERTY keyboard and D-pad to make navigation and typing quick and easy. The N97 also boasts a 5 megapixel Carl Zeiss camera, built in GPS and a range of connectivity options. Combined with the functionality of mSuite these features make the N97 perfect for a wide variety of mobile working requirements.
CommonTime’s mSuite solution offers mobile working capability far beyond personal e-mail access. mSuite provides a platform to create and integrate bespoke line of business applications into the functionality of mobile devices. With mSuite lengthy processes can be streamlined, greatly reducing required resources, time and costs. With a vast array of connectivity options, mSuite also grants users fast, convenient and reliable access to advanced multiple e-mail and PIM accounts on the move. Its 256bit end-to-end encryption secures data, while the fully-centralised control panel means deployment, upgrades and remote device management are easy. Referred to by its manufacturers as the most advanced mobile computer, the N97 runs on Symbian S60 5th Edition.
CommonTime’s mSuite is currently compatible with Nokia handsets running on Symbian’s S60 3rd edition operating system, including devices such as the E63, N91 and 5320 XpressMusic. mSuite will be fully compatible with the Symbian S60 5th Edition platform by the release of the N97 in the first quarter of 2009.
For more information about CommonTime’s mobility solutions and compatible devices, visit www.commontime.com.
Ten years of content creation, strategising and managing the big picture. I write across various subjects and media including print, online, documentaries, television, advertising and marketing-communication. Currently, as the editor of SME Advisor Middle East – a magazine for small and medium enterprises – I handle print, online initiatives, magazine events and business development. Prior to this, I worked with ZK McCann Tanzania, handling brand strategy and campaigns in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Malawi for clients such as Celtel (telecom), CRDB (bank), TANESCO (electricity), TTCL (telecom), PSI (Population Services International—an NGO), TCC (Tanzania Cigarette Company), TBL (Tanzania Breweries Limited), Mwananchi and The Citizen newspapers, Coke, Gapco (petrol), Hitachi, and more. In India, besides working with various publications, I was also a lead content developer with Tata Interactive Systems, an e-learning company that caters to top international clients. My job involved understanding instructional design fundamentals to design and develop educational and training content ranging across K-12, university, corporate and government lines of businesses.