Ghent, Belgium (PRWEB) July 05, 2011
Five mobile apps developed by Nomadesk, a provider of secure file sharing, cloud storage and synchronization software and services, provide remote access to business files.
Nomadesk mobile apps — available for iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone — allow users to view, share and upload files to their own secure Nomadesk fileservers, part of the company’s cloud-based file sharing and backup service (also available via Windows and MacIntosh computers).
“Our customers told us that they need the flexibility of mobile, real-time document management but with the security that only Nomadesk provides,” said Nomadesk CEO Darren Trumeter. “These new apps give business professionals the tools they need to maximize their file management productivity, anywhere, anytime.”
Nomadesk’s mobile apps all include Theftguard® — a proprietary feature giving device owners the ability to locate lost or stolen devices on a Google Map.
The company’s solution provides unlimited storage space and lets users share access with an unlimited number of team members. The new Nomadesk mobile apps are available as part of the company’s subscription service, which includes use of all desktop and mobile apps. Prices start as low as $75 or €60 per year and a two-week free trial is available.
To learn more about Nomadesk and/or begin a two-week free trial, visit http://www.nomadesk.com. The mobile apps are available for download from the Nomadesk website and via their devices’ respective marketplaces.
Today’s business professionals are as mobile as nomads and that’s how Nomadesk got its name. The company — headquartered near Ghent, Belgium — provides secure cloud storage, file sharing and synchronization software and services. Nomadesk enables users to access, share, synchronize and safeguard files from any location, whether online or offline. Nomadesk helps businesses reduce document management costs and alleviate the hassles of “pay-per-byte” online storage offerings. The company’s customers include companies in more than 50 countries. Nomadesk was selected by Guidewire Group as "most promising European startup" during the Innovate! 2009 program and Red Herring named the company to its Top 100 Europe.