On Monday, Research in Motion (RIM) launches the new BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 designed to adopt large-scale enterprises workforce.

The BE Server 5.0 is the next generation push-based server software for BlackBerry business users which could boost work performance and more IT administration controls. The server better integrates between RIM push technology and IBM Lotus Domino, Microsoft Exchange and Novell GroupWise.

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 significantly raises the bar for advanced IT manageability, high availability, system monitoring and reporting, RIM president and co-chief executive officer Mike Lazaridis said in a statement.

The new software has also been designed to focus on advanced security features and administrative tools such as e-mail, organizer data, instant messaging and enterprise applications that simplify the management and use of the BlackBerry within the enterprise.

It has undergone testing in real world environments for over a year and is available now for customers. Lazaridis said

The BE Server 5.0 underwent testing like deployments at organizations in North America and Europe for more than a year before its wide release.

The BE Server 5.0 has a rating of 4+ (EAL4+) under Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level certification, an international standard for evaluating security products.

The proclamation has been made at RIM’s eighth annual Wireless Enterprise Symposium in Orlando, Fla.