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December 28, 2009

CommonTime's mSuite Now Android Ready

By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor

CommonTime, a provider of mobile and wireless solutions for organizations worldwide, has announced the availability of its latest mobile enterprise solution release mSuite v5.11, supporting Android smartphones Acer Liquid, HTC Droid Eris, Motorola (News - Alert) Cliq and HTC Hero.

mSuite is a flexible, end-to-end solution designed specifically to help the mobile workforce have single-point access to a wide range of business applications and corporate data.
CommonTime said that its mSuite (News - Alert) software, which helps businesses to manage their mobile workforces easily, effectively and securely, is a perfect match for any organization wanting to offer Android (News - Alert) as an option to employees.
According to CommonTime, the desire to have one device to manage both business and personal life, and keep up with the latest technology, is becoming stronger all the time and businesses need to adjust quickly to attract the best employees. As devices develop to enhance the user experience, enterprise mobile working solutions need to keep up.
Recent reports indicate that Android is gaining 14 percent of the global smartphone market, second only to Symbian (News - Alert), used mainly by Nokia, which dominates the smartphone market outside of the United States.
Moreover, it is also accounted for 20 percent of mobile web traffic from smartphones in the United States. This latest version is said to extend compatibility to iPhone (News - Alert) OS, Palm webOS, Windows Mobile and selected Android and Nokia Symbian devices.
Moreover, this device compatibility, as stated, only adds to the complete mobile platform that mSuite equips organizations with, including enterprise-grade security, PIM and e-mail, device management and remote device control, database connectors, mobile business applications and more.

Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Marisa Torrieri

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