Unwired Revolution Unveils DocLink App to Deliver Mobile Content
Unwired Revolution, a leading mobile solutions integrator, launches Unwired DocLink - a mobile content delivery solution for the enterprise. DocLink provides access to SharePoint and other enterprise file shares that reside inside the firewall to iOS and Windows 7 devices without a VPN connection. Starting today, potential customers can take DocLink's easy to navigate end user app for a test drive.
According to a recent Gartner report, 60 percent of information workers will interact with content applications via a mobile device by 2015. For enterprises, most valuable and sensitive data lives on the network; however, allowing access to this content without compromising security has challenges.
"Although there are many cloud-based mobile content delivery options in the marketplace, most enterprise level organizations are not willing or able to move valuable content to the cloud," said Unwired Revolution Director of Mobile Products Matt Vlasach. "DocLink was built to securely and easily expose business critical corporate data stored in common on-premise content repositories, such as SharePoint and file shares, to on-the-go employees without having to force or duplicate data to the cloud. The overall design was to satisfy the stringent requirements of enterprise IT organizations, while giving users an intuitive and productive content access experience."
For the IT administrator, DocLink's Robust Active Directory integration enables immediate access controls and painless user registration. Complete end-to-end content encryption, secure access, and sharing (DLP) controls ensure content usage and dissemination is managed appropriately.
Employees can find and view documents easily with the app using DocLink's simple, instinctive interface and search capabilities from multiple mobile devices (laptop, tablet, smartphone). Favorite files and folders are automatically kept up-to-date and available off-line, enabling workers to be more productive while on the road.