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DataMotion Releases Groundbreaking Mobile Email Encryption

SecureMail now integrates natively with all popular smartphone email clients

MORRISTOWN, NJ--(Marketwire - April 12, 2011) - DataMotion, Inc., a leading provider of secure email encryption solutions, today announced that its flagship product, SecureMail, now integrates natively with all popular smartphone email clients. The service is immediately available for all popular mobile devices, including the iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows Mobile and BlackBerry. SecureMail leverages a mobile device's existing email client without requiring an application or web browser access, making it extremely functional and easy to use.

"As smartphones and tablets such as Apple's iPad gain continued acceptance in the workplace, it is critical to ensure that sensitive email can be encrypted on these devices," said Bob Janacek, CTO, DataMotion. "We offer users a seamless experience, so sending and receiving secure messages is very easy to do, and keeps users in compliance with privacy regulations."

When using SecureMail on a mobile device, users can send and receive secure messages in plain text or HTML, just as they would on a desktop or laptop. There are no extra steps, no passwords to remember, no additional applications to install and learn, and no additional training required. Administrators can view all logged activity, from all devices, for all employees through one unified report.

All standard features of SecureMail are available for use on mobile devices including:

* Built-in tracking and logging of all messages; * Amazing ease of use; * File attachments up to 100MB per message; * Military grade encryption; and * Scalability and flexibility to organizations of all sizes.

SecureMail with mobile integration was released April 12, 2011. It is available free of charge to all current SecureMail customers. New licenses for SecureMail start at $99 per/seat with volume discounts available. To try or purchase SecureMail online, click here.

"For the past several years we've used SecureMail to exchange sensitive information via email with Board Members, the FDIC, the Federal Reserve and with our customers. We like the technology because it is easy to implement and easy to use, and we don't need to manage encryption keys, user names or passwords," said Anthony J. Patti, Senior Vice President/CFO/Treasurer, Reading Co-operative Bank. "Since many of us work outside of the office through our smartphones and other mobile devices like the iPad, we were thrilled to hear that SecureMail now supports these devices. Now we can be assured that all messages sent outside of the office containing confidential data will be sent securely."

To celebrate the launch of SecureMail on a mobile device, DataMotion is giving away an iPad 2. Visit http://www.datamotion.com/FreeTrialDrawing.aspx by May 15, 2011 to participate in this promotion.

To view a SecureMail demo visit http://www.datamotion.com/Resources/viewdemo.aspx

For a free SecureMail trial visit http://www.datamotion.com/Resources/FreeTrial.aspx

To follow DataMotion on Twitter, visit http://twitter.com/DataMotion, to follow on LinkedIn, visit DataMotion, Inc. and to follow on Facebook, visit DataMotion.

About DataMotion, Inc. (www.DataMotion.com) DataMotion, Inc. is a leading provider of secure email encryption solutions that enable businesses to safely and easily transact with partners and customers. DataMotion solutions leverage an existing IT infrastructure resulting in rapid deployment and a quick return on investment, with savings of as much as $5 for every $1 spent. Core applications include encrypted e-mail, compliance filtering, file transfers, electronic forms and programmatic APIs for integration. Solutions are available as hosted services or on-premise software. DataMotion SecureMail provides visibility, security, management and reporting to all data exchanges -- helping customers streamline business workflow and achieve regulatory compliance. For more than ten years, leading healthcare, insurance, pharmaceutical, financial services and government agencies have trusted DataMotion for safe data delivery.

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