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The NetMotion Mobility App Is Now Available on the App Store
NetMotion Wireless, provider of mobility management software and solutions, today announced the launch of the NetMotion Mobility App for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Mobility delivers secure, managed network access to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, giving enterprises the same industry-leading solution to ensure reliable and seamless connectivity. With this app, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users will enjoy a new level of productivity from the enhanced mobile network performance and data optimizations that has made NetMotion a market leader.
“With native support for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch on Mobility, enterprises now have the tools they need on the iOS platform to ensure improved productivity without sacrificing security or performance,” said Erik Prusch, NetMotion Wireless CEO. “The usability and security of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, combined with our software, ensures users not only stay connected while mobile but are shielded from the complexities of having to work over multiple networks.”
“Enterprises across multiple vertical markets are continuing to replace or consider replacing laptops with tablets like the iPad to offer greater flexibility in how and where their workers get their jobs done,” said Jean Philippe Bouchard, Research Director, Mobile Enterprise Software and Applications at IDC. “But this transition introduces an increased concern for connectivity and security, especially for regulated industries like healthcare, financial services and insurance. This shift has driven the rise of companies like NetMotion and other mobility management vendors.”
“Mobility signals NetMotion’s continued commitment to ensure its benefits are available to users on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch,” said John Knopf, NetMotion Wireless Vice President of Product Management. “For the first time, we’re also launching a time-limited, pricing promotion for our handheld products.”
The Mobility App sets the bar for performance, connectivity and security along with ease of use and management for mobile workers and the IT teams that support them. It is designed to ensure a consistent experience with secure connectivity to mission-critical applications that can be easily managed regardless of the supported platforms being used. More than just a VPN, Mobility can dynamically adjust to changing network conditions, allowing mobile workers to remain as productive as possible while administrators maintain the control they need to protect the enterprise.
Mobility protects against dropped connections and lost data, creates policy containers to address BYOD and cost management and keeps mobile enterprise applications running at peak performance while protecting against outside security threats. The software reduces data usage and offers improved performance over native cellular by compressing data up to 50 percent before transmission. With up to 300 percent faster download speeds than its primary competitor, Mobility enables mobile workers to spend less time waiting and more time serving customers.
To sign up for a trial or learn more about how Mobility can increase mobile productivity, lower operational costs and improve customer service in your organization, visit www.NetMotionWireless.com. To learn more about the pricing promotion and other licensing requirements, contact your NetMotion sales representative.
The Mobility App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or at www.AppStore.com
NetMotion Wireless develops mobility management software for organizations with mission-critical mobile workforces. The company’s products address the unique challenges created by these workforces by providing the security, visibility, and control that IT departments demand, while minimizing the connectivity challenges faced in the field, so mobile workers can be more productive. Thousands of enterprises around the world are using NetMotion products to keep millions of mobile workers connected to applications. The company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.