20:20 strikes distribution deal


20:20 Mobile has exclusively teamed up with Mobilise-IT to offer the Bayalink Liberty USB key through its partner channel.

The Bayalink Liberty USB key virtualises the functionality and tools of a user’s BlackBerry on any desktop. It securely allows BlackBerry users to access key functionality of the device with no digital footprint, as well as use existing applications on the desktop.

Designed to be “plug and play”, the Bayalink Liberty Key also enables BlackBerry users to use enterprise resources such as intranet applications and email attachments using the BlackBerry as the VPN (virtual private network) gateway.

20:20 and Mobilise-IT will work with distributors and resellers to ensure that the devices are integrated seamlessly into existing remote working infrastructure and enable greater productivity from users.

20:20 managing director James Browning said: “At 20:20 we are always looking at ways to grow our portfolio and with the convergence of mobile and desktop technologies, devices such as the Bayalink Liberty will become more and more popular.
“Working together 20:20 and Mobilise-IT have already had significant interest from both large enterprise organisations and also government agencies who recognise the value of mobile working as well as the secure functionality of the device.”