Moesion, the Revolutionary Mobile Platform for Enterprise IT Server Management, is Now Available for Free on Your First Three Servers

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Tellago Studios, the creator of Moesion – the first truly mobile platform for management of enterprise IT servers from a smartphone or tablet – has announced today a new pricing model that offers the entire Moesion feature set to an organization’s first three servers for free. Should a company wish to manage more than three servers with Moesion, they can add additional servers for a standard rate of $10 per server per month.

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Our new pricing strategy is designed to help us achieve our goal of making Moesion accessible by every IT organization, big or small

Moesion (http://www.moesion.com) is a cloud-based solution that enables the management of IT systems from a smartphone or tablet without the need to install expensive software or be on a computer with corporate network access. Running on Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, iPad or Android tablets, Moesion allows IT professionals to work directly in each application’s native interface to diagnose and fix problems.

Launched just over 6 months ago, Moesion has already passed 400 customers and has established partnerships with some of the largest enterprise software companies in the world. Moesion brings IT system management to the era of enterprise mobility by providing a mobile interface to manage a rapidly expanding technology portfolio including products from Microsoft, Citrix, and VMware among others. Moesion is a constantly expanding platform, enabling IT Pros to use and share their own scripts to manage their infrastructures.

With Moesion, Tellago Studios is moving forward with its goal of making enterprise software simple, social, secure and mobile. No enterprise mobility strategy is complete without enabling the organization’s IT professionals to be more efficient through mobile access to their job tools.

“Our biggest asset remains the great customer community we are building. Our new pricing strategy is designed to help us achieve our goal of making Moesion accessible by every IT organization, big or small,” says Co-Founder and President Elizabeth Redding.

With a strong and growing customer base, Tellago Studios is also on the verge of releasing its first major enhancement for the Moesion platform – enterprise notifications…or what it calls Twitter for your IT systems.

“Monitoring and managing an IT software or cloud service shouldn’t be harder than following a person on Twitter or friending somebody on Facebook.” says Co-Founder and CEO Jesus Rodriguez. “We are close to releasing a super-cool new feature that allows you to subscribe to well-known events in your IT systems directly from your smartphone or tablet. We are using advanced data processing techniques to process and classify events using terms that make sense for your IT organization. The notification features of Moesion will bring this already revolutionary platform to a whole new level to enable our customers to be more productive – and in greater control – of their IT systems.”

You can find blog posts with tons of information and several informative videos at http://www.moesion.com.

Better yet – Sign up now at http://www.moesion.com and start using Moesion on your first three servers for free!

About Tellago Studios:

At Tellago Studios, we are focused on developing innovative and useful enterprise software.

Tellago Studios is a software company founded in 2010 with a simple but powerful idea: Make enterprise software modern, simple and sexy again. We go to work every day to build awesome software that makes our customer successful by bringing the best of modern technology paradigms into the enterprise world. Currently, we are immersed in innovating using revolutionary technology movements such as cloud, mobile and social computing to reinvent enterprise software for the next generation of IT.

For more information please visit http://www.tellagostudios.com.

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