ITmanager.net for BlackBerry 10 Supports SSH and Telnet Posted on Wednesday, July 24, 2013
ITmanager.net is continuing our support for BlackBerry by implementing SSH and Telnet features into the ITmanager.net 2.1 for BlackBerry 10 release. Use your BB10 to manage your UNIX, mainframes, routers or switches with our new SSH and Telnet features.
New SSH and Telnet Features for BlackBerry 10:
SSH with password or key authentication
Connect over the MDS connection of the BES server
VT100 and colour XTerm support
Extended 101-keys support on full touch and keyboard devices
Additional Management Features:
Assign Email Profiles to BES Users
Assign Software Configurations to BES Users
Create folders to group servers together
Many bug fixes and improvements
Learn more about ITmanager.net's newest features by visiting our SSH and Telnet page.
Our vision behind ITmanager.net is to create the best app for network administrators. The ITmanager.net team has already started working on VNC and RDP connections for our next BlackBerry 10 release.
ITmanager.net is a subscription based app that can be purchased for $99/year. The advantage of the subscription based model is that our customers will receive new features such as VNC and RDP for free as part of their subscription.
How to download ITmanager.net
Download your free trial of ITmanager.net by visiting your mobile device's app store.If your trial period has ended, update the app now and get 3 more days free to use all the features of the app!
About Smarter Apps
ITmanager.net was released in August 2012 by Smarter Apps Inc. The people of Smarter Apps are the creators of the first mobile network administration app, Idokorro Mobile Admin and also the creators of the BlackBerry App World storefront. Millions of mobile
users use apps created by the Smarter Apps team every day. To learn more about our management team, go to our company page.