Visto, a provider of secure and easy-to-use mobile email for business and consumers, has announced that it will provide access to corporate mobile email on the Apple iPhone across Europe. Closely following on the heels of the availability of Visto Mobile for the iPhone in the US, the company has extended its support to those regions that are actively selling and promoting the iPhone.
Using Visto Mobile, iPhone users will be able to securely and easily access push corporate email without downloading any additional software to the iPhone or requiring any changes to security policies or corporate firewall settings.
“The iPhone has come out of the gate faster than any other smartphone in history and has broadened the market extensively with a form factor and user interface that provides a better “all in one” experience than anything else on the market today,” said Brian Bogosian, president, chairman and CEO of Visto, in the press release. “For business users whose personal requirements and tastes extend beyond the Blackberry device, we have enabled a solution that marries the demand for corporate email with all the advantages the iPhone brings to an individual.”
Visto Mobile takes advantage of the iPhone user interface so that users will be able to send and receive attachments, receive rich HTML email and view emails as they were originally sent. And with the corporate directory search capability, individuals can search for any contact and either place a call, send an email or obtain driving directions by selecting the contact’s phone number, email address or physical address.
Visto Mobile for iPhone is available on Friday for both individuals and enterprises and is free for 60 days. European pricing will be announced shortly.
Video Demo of Visto Mobile for the Apple iPhone:
Direct link via YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEO93-1aeVE
More info here.
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