Collaborate with Microsoft Tools on Any Device

— March 06, 2014, certified by all leading mobile device management (MDM) vendors, continues to expand its offering to meet the rising demand for enterprise-ready mobile collaboration solutions.

The new for Windows Phone solution extends collaboration across all of the Microsoft document and social tools (e.g., Office 365, SharePoint, Lync, SkyDrive, Pro, Yammer, email, phone) on any platform — desktop (Outlook, Notes), mobile (Android, Blackberry 10, iOS, Windows), and cloud (OWA).

The company, an enterprise mobile collaboration provider, launched its new product at the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. The addition of support for Windows Phone rounds out the offering and creates a mobile collaboration hub—a collection of connected apps that provides a single-screen experience for Microsoft-based enterprise collaboration.

“Tapping the enterprise mobile collaboration platform on iPads, we’ve been able to harness the power of mobile technology to streamline the collaboration and approval workflows for space operations documentation and significantly reduce the time it takes staff to work through previously tedious review and approval cycles—the results have been out of this world,” said Dr. Carmine Bailey, Director, Space Utilization & Operations for a contractor to a Federal agency.

The market need for mobile collaboration solutions is illustrated by comments from Gartner analysts Monica Basso and Bryan Taylor in the report, "IT Market Clock for Enterprise Mobility, 2013" [September 2013]. “People struggle with too many mobile communication applications, such as calls, email, IM, SMS and social networks.” was recognized by Gartner in the enterprise mobility report as a “selected vendor.”

“Global enterprises are embracing the mobile collaboration era – empowering their employees to get their jobs done more effectively, anywhere, anytime,” noted Yaacov Cohen, CEO of “We are driving employee productivity and collaboration in a complex, mobile-reliant business environment, and completing our mobile platform support with the addition of the Windows Phone was a critical step. This is a significant milestone as we continue to expand the reach of our collaboration offerings over time as customer needs evolve.”


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