emoze Launches First-Ever Free Global Service for Push Email without Server Side Software
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Press release date: March 27, 2007
Technological Breakthrough Broadens Delivery Options for Consumers and Enterprise Users Without the Need for IT Intervention or the Need to Keep Their PC or MAC Always on
ORLANDO, Florida and RAANANA, Israel, March 27// -- Further expanding the convenience and broadening the appeal of its free mobile push email and data synchronization service, emoze has launched a new global service that doesn't require users to leave their PCs on.
emoze is the first company to offer a central server solution with a seamless connection via an Outlook Web Access (OWA). The expanded service offering is completely free of charge to consumer and businesses. The announcement was made here at the CTIA Wireless 2007 exhibition (booth # 1493).
"Our mission is to help democratize the use of mobile email and synchronization services for the mass market, so that everyone has full access to their corporate email account as well as internet accounts," said Benny Ballin, emoze's chief executive officer. "By using the emoze web-access central server, our customers no longer need to turn on their PC to enjoy the benefits of free push email service. This new option is suited for everyone - including corporate employees and laptop owners - giving the mass market the opportunity of living a Fortune 500 company lifestyle using a regular, supported mobile device."
"The launch of our central server solution is also a great breakthrough for all MAC users who have Outlook Web Access, and can now connect directly to our central server and begin synchronizing emails, contacts and calendar information," continued Mr. Ballin.
The process for using the central server is simple. When downloading emoze at www.emoze.com, users are given a choice of using their own PC as a connector; or the central server. If the user chooses the central server, they will have to install the emoze mobile client and will then be prompted to provide their OWA credentials which are encrypted and stored locally on their own mobile device. The new option is particularly suited for those not wishing to leave their PC running to enable push email and personal information management (PIM) data. Both the PC connector and central server options are highly secure, leveraging efficient encryption mechanism, decryption and data compression technologies. Future central server upgrades will handle connections to Lotus web-access Gmail, Yahoo! mail and other popular email services.
The emoze Central Server, combined with push technology, is a unique solution that provides the mass market with real-time push-email and PIM data synchronization without the need for any additional components either on the PC or corporate ends. All users need is a compatible phone and a data package from a mobile operator.
Most importantly, with emoze, emails, calendars, tasks and contacts are only routed from the user's email program and mobile device. In other words, in order to increase users' security and privacy, there is no duplication or storage of any data. emoze delivers data to and from all leading brands of mobile devices including Motorola, Nokia, Palm and Samsung. It supports all popular email data sources including Lotus Notes and Domino Servers, Microsoft Exchange, Outlook and OWA (Outlook Web Access), POP3, Gmail, Hotmail and Yahoo!, and all popular mobile device operating systems including Symbian and Windows Mobile.
emoze turns mobile phones and mobile devices in to fully functional personal communication devices with a single, simple and free download for the individual user. It delivers real-time, secure synchronization of emails, calendars, contacts and tasks - pushing data and updates to you anytime, anywhere using any mobile service provider network or WiFi and all leading brands of mobile device. Download, registration and use of emoze are all free for the individual user. Users need a data package from their mobile service provider. emoze supports all popular email data sources (e.g. Lotus Notes and Domino Servers, Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, POP3 and Web-Access) and mobile device operating systems, and provides a simple user interface and high level security for emails and data.
As a spin-off of Emblaze in 2006, emoze has users in almost every country worldwide. emoze is a subsidiary of the Emblaze Group (LSE: BLZ). For more information, please visit www.emoze.com. Stay connected with emoze - wherever you are!
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