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Fixmo Partners With SmartOffice For Secure Document Management On iOS And Android Devices

Companies will provide end users at government and enterprise customers with the ability to securely create, edit, and manage corporate documents

STERLING, Va. & GLASGOW, U.K.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Fixmo, the mobile risk management (MRM) company, today announced a partnership with SmartOffice, a dynamic mobile solutions provider with document creation, viewing and editing solutions deployed in more than half a billion devices worldwide. Together, the companies will provide end users at government and enterprise customers with the ability to securely create, edit and manage corporate documents on iOS and Android devices within Fixmo's defense-grade secure workspace solution, Fixmo SafeZone.

"We are thrilled to be partnering with Fixmo to deliver a defense-grade, no-compromise solution for document management on the latest smartphones and tablets."

Fixmo SafeZone is the secure workspace that keeps corporate e-mail, browsing, documents and applications encrypted, contained and under IT control on both corporate-owned and BYOD mobile devices. Through this partnership, Fixmo will leverage the award-winning SmartOffice technology to enable high-fidelity document viewing, editing, and management within the Fixmo SafeZone secure workspace. Now enterprises and government agencies can offer their end users unprecedented mobile productivity while maintaining regulatory compliance and mitigating the risks of having sensitive business documents on smartphones and tablets.

"Through our partnership with SmartOffice, we are continuing to deliver on our promise of enabling a full business productivity experience on iOS and Android devices within a secure, contained and IT-controlled environment," said Bruce Gilley, President of Fixmo. "Together we're empowering business professionals and government employees to securely work with corporate documents on the go without compromising on user experience, corporate security or compliance."

"SmartOffice's solutions deliver a vibrant and visually stunning mobile experience that rivals, and often supersedes, the desktop PC experience," said Imran Khand, CEO of SmartOffice. "We are thrilled to be partnering with Fixmo to deliver a defense-grade, no-compromise solution for document management on the latest smartphones and tablets."

Pricing and Availability

The secure document suite powered by SmartOffice technology is now available as an integrated component of Fixmo SafeZone Workspace Edition for iOS, and will be available for Android devices by the end of third quarter.

About SmartOffice

SmartOffice Limited, a group company of Picsel International Limited, is a dynamic mobile solutions provider, whose pioneering software enables true office mobility, and other rich content enabled solutions. Key stakeholders, such as handset OEMs, Operators and now Enterprise solution providers, use SmartOffice's solutions to deliver vibrant and visually stunning mobile experiences that rival, and often surpass the experience of the desktop PC. For more information, please visit http://www.picsel.com.

About Fixmo

Fixmo Inc. is the mobile risk management company that helps organizations identify, mitigate and manage the risks associated with mobile devices in the workplace. The company's MRM solutions enable protected and compliant mobile computing, helping organizations embrace a wide range of mobile devices and applications while maintaining system integrity, protecting confidential data and proving regulatory compliance. Fixmo's MRM technology has been developed as part of a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA). Fixmo is headquartered in Sterling, Virginia and Toronto, Canada (http://fixmo.com).

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