AppGate Supports Windows Mobile 6

AppGate provides a truly mobile solution that enables users of mobile devices to securely access all resources inside an internal network

STOCKHOLM -- AppGate provides a truly mobile solution that enables users of mobile devices such as mobile phones to securely access all resources inside an enterprise’s internal network, not only email. The ability to access the Intranet, synchronise calendars and download attachments and connect to legacy applications in a secure way are among the features in the solution.

According to AppGate’s CEO Göran Marby, “AppGate is a unified access control solution. Instead of having different systems for different types of access depending on device, application and security demands, we have incorporated them all into one system. This makes it possible for system administrators to enforce security polices on all types of application access regardless of device or whether the user is inside or outside the corporate network. It makes it easier for the users as well, they will get access when they need it rather than just based on which platform they use.”

Key benefits with the AppGate system:

  • Makes it possible to integrate all types of access, mobile, PC, PDA in one single solution.
  • Does not compromise with security or functionality.
  • Possibility to specify detailed access rules for granular access when needed – no more and no less than what is needed at the time.
  • Download e-mail and synchronize calendar and contacts, execute the required AV software on the mobile device and get access to SAP and CRM system as well.

    On the mobile side AppGate supports all the leading Mobile Operating Systems including Nokia Series 60 3d edition and UIQ 3. This makes it possible for users to choose any smartphone suitable for their needs and still have the ability to secure all communications.

    AppGate Network Security AB

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