Vablet® and MokiMobility Partner to Create Content Management Solution for the iPad and Other Mobile Devices

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vablet® file management and MokiMobility device management platform integrate features to deliver the most complete mobile solution for corporate environments. The alliance enhances security of content and offers greater level of control over individual devices authorized for employee use.

AppSolutely Inc. vablet® iPad file management app

AppSolutely Inc. vablet® iPad file management app

The value of this strategic alliance is in the balance of efficiency and security that mobile users expect from their devices.

AppSolutely, Inc., developer of vablet®, an iPhone/ iPad file management solution targeting enterprise users, has signed a formal agreement with MokiMobility, a mobile device management platform. The alliance is intended to enhance security of content as well as a greater level of corporate control over an individual device authorized for employee use.

The vablet SaaS solution provides secure file access, distribution analytics, and a digital signage solution for iPad, iPhone and Android users. Its featured “push” technology puts content directly on to the mobile device, mitigating the need for an ongoing Internet connection to a corporate server or to a cloud. With MokiMobility’s platform, users have greater control at the device level, where they can remotely manage and customize iPads and Android devices as well as applications required to meet individual user needs. The combination of both technologies into one application, results in a complete and efficient solution for IT departments tasked with supporting the increasing number of mobile devices entering their corporate environments.

"The value of this strategic alliance is in the balance of efficiency and security that mobile users expect from their devices," said Paul Pacun, founder of vablet. "Corporations are the fastest growing user base because of the convenience these devices provide to their workforce, and our partnership with MokiMobility allows for a wider array of security options in one simple application."

According to recent IDC research, the total estimated number of smartphones and tablets sold will reach close to 700 million by 2015. This adoption rate is more accelerated than PCs, laptops, mobile phones and other wireless devices.

“MokiMobility and vablet have the same ultimate goal: to help companies manage the increasing number of mobile devices they’re encountering in the workforce in the way that works best for them,” said Ty Allen, president of MokiMobility. “By working together, these companies have far greater control over the mobile devices and the installed applications, letting them create new and engaging customer experiences.”

Vablet is currently available to download from iTunes and for Android devices through the Appaloosa Appstore.

ABOUT AppSolutely, Inc:
Based in Irvine, California, AppSolutely, Inc. is a leading technology innovator. Their flagship app, vablet, is a new container technology providing secure file access, document distribution and digital signage solutions for iPad, iPhone and Android users. Their enterprise-grade application is uniquely driven by a ‘push’ format, providing content management solutions that work directly with devices in addition to the convenience of a cloud. For more information, call at 1.800.615.4296 or go to http://www.vablet.com.

ABOUT MokiMobility +MDM:
Based in Lehi, Utah, MokiMobility enables independent software vendors (ISVs) and solution providers to build compelling solutions that include cloud-based mobile application and device management for the iPad and Android devices. As a result, developers have greater control over the complete experience, enabling more engaging and new customer experiences leveraging iOS and Android tablets in new ways. For more information, please visit http://www.mokimobility.com or follow us on Twitter at @mokimobility

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