Messageware's Outlook Web Access Enterprise Solutions Available To Federal Agencies

By PRESS RELEASE — June 04, 2010

Messageware, the world's leading provider of enterprise security, productivity and customization solutions for Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access and Outlook Web App (OWA), today announced their solutions are available under the NASA SEWP program.

U.S. federal agencies and their employees can now enjoy the benefits of browser email access and mobility that would not be possible without Messagware OWA security enhancements, and with the ease of a pre-completed contract. Messageware products are already being used by many agencies and departments within the U.S. federal and state governments, as well as a long list of G20 governments and agencies that need to secure and enhance their browser based email. With this award, Messageware has become the only SEWP participant to extend the value of Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access.

The NASA Scientific & Engineering Workstation Procurement IV (SEWP) contract vehicle provides the latest in Information Technology (IT) products for federal agencies. SEWP consists of 38 contract holders, including 21 small businesses and nine Veteran-Owned Businesses. These contracts offer a vast selection and wide range of advanced technology, including UNIX, Linux and Windows based computer systems and servers along with peripherals, network equipment, storage devices and other IT products and product solutions, to all Federal Agencies, including the Department of Defense, and their authorized contractors.

"One of our strategic initiatives this year is to expand our market share within the G20 governments," said Mark Rotman, President & CEO of Messageware. "Becoming a supplier under SEWP is one step toward achieving that goal in the world's largest economy."
Messageware OWA Suite consists of seven award-winning security and productivity applications, is available for all versions of Microsoft Exchange; Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, and Exchange 2003.

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