In our fast paced world, it does make sense for you to have access to your server while away from your desk and on those few occassions when having a tablet with you might be a little awkward, access from your phone might be your best option.

Padersync is the best choice on the blackberry but at $7.50, it may be considered a little pricey.

Stumbled on BBSSH while hunting for a cheaper alternative. Not only is it cheaper, it is actually free. Point your mobile browser here to have a feel of the app.

Like the Padersync, the only snag to this exciting application is that it uses a separate data plan from your BIS plan. Might make sense to subscribe to a N1000 plan from any of the networks available in Nigeria instead of eating up your call credit.

Would give it a test over the next couple of days, hope the feedback would be good.

2 Responses

  1. Hi there, glad to see you’re trying out BBSSH – I’m the author/maintainer 🙂

    I would add that BIS (under most carriers) is all that’s needed for connecting, though of course using wifi will save you data usage. If you’re having specific troubles, I might be able to help you out

    I’d also add that BBSSH offers many features not available in PaderSync 🙂

    1. Hi marc, realy nice of you to stop by.

      Unfortunately, i have not been successful in connecting to my server either with BIS or WIFI.

      I get a connecting to IP Address:22…OK
      Notice: stream closed
      IN: 0 bytes
      Out: 50 bytes
      Total: 50 bytes

      Am i doing anything wrong?

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