Nokia Configuration Tool graduates from beta
Nokia Configuration Tool, a Windows PC application for system administrators to manage the settings of Symbian phones through a USB cable or Bluetooth, has now graduated from Nokia Beta Labs and is formally available for enterprise users as version 6.3.
From the source blog post:
Nokia Configuration Tool is primarily designed for system administrators who configure phone profiles within an organization. With it you can configure various settings like WLAN, email, Internet access points, and VPN on a single phone or several phones at the same time. Files, contact cards, and applications can also be transferred from the phone to the PC and vice versa.
Published by Steve Litchfield at 10:59 UTC, January 5th