Nokia's new software enables WiFi, camera shutoff

In a bid to bolster its presence in the enterprise market, Nokia announced its latest version of its Intellisync Mobile Suite software, which includes the ability for IT managers to shut off the camera or WiFi connectivity of a mobile device remotely. In addition to control over the camera and WiFi functions, IT managers can enable or disable Bluetooth and infrared connectivity and memory cards. Users can't override the settings.

To read more about Nokia's new Intellisync Mobile Suite software:
- take a look at this article from Computerworld

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