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Locate a lost BlackBerry smartphone by remotely locking it, initiating a loud ring, and displaying a message on the home screen.

Recently, RIM announced BlackBerry® Management Center – a free online service for small businesses to centrally manage company- or employee-owned BlackBerry® smartphones in the cloud and protect business-related content stored on the handsets. The service is designed for businesses with up to 100 BlackBerry smartphones that access email services from an Internet service provider (ISP) or Web-based email services like Gmail, Hotmail, and Yahoo!.

"We are pleased to introduce RIM's latest cloud service designed specifically for small businesses," said Alan Panezic, Vice President, Enterprise Product Management at Research In Motion. "BlackBerry Management Center is a free service and an effective way to centrally manage and support employees' BlackBerry smartphones in the cloud."

This slideshow highlights how small businesses can use the BlackBerry Management Center.

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