VIAIR INTRODUCES WIRELESSINBOX 4.O WIRELESS EMAIL SOLUTION.ViAir has introduced WirelessInbox 4.0, the newest version of its popular wireless email Wireless Email or Push E-mail for enterprises is an email solution for small handheld platforms that is secure and managed centrally by enterprise server. Wireless technology adoption has seen a dramatic increase over the past few years. solution. Deployed by more wireless carriers than any other solution in its category, WirelessInbox provides wireless subscribers simple and secure access to their corporate and Internet email, calendars and contacts using their wireless device of choice. The new version of WirelessInbox offers powerful new features including real-time access to email, the ability to connect to corporate address information and send and receive file attachments See e-mail attachment. . WirelessInbox now provides mobile professionals with more freedom and flexibility to stay connected to critical business information without being tethered Attached to a data or power source by wire or fiber. Contrast with untethered. to their desk.
"From day one, we have had a vision to bring a desktop to every wireless device," said Bruce Chatterley, CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. , ViAir. "The rapid adoption of WirelessInbox by wireless carriers and their subscribers is a direct reflection of our demonstrated ability to deliver compelling features and functionality. With the success of our WirelessInbox technology, we have become a critical business partner for driving adoption of the wireless Internet and increasing wireless data revenue."
Available through the most innovative wireless carriers worldwide, WirelessInbox gives subscribers using Microsoft Outlook For the e-mail and news client bundled with certain versions of Microsoft Windows, see .
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Unlike any other solution, WirelessInbox offers unique convenience features such as the ability to set up and receive custom alerts, use pre-programmed responses to reply to emails and use one-click dialing to call the email sender or any person listed in contacts.
ViAir's superior security features also make WirelessInbox unique in its category. WirelessInbox never stores enterprise domain login Signing in and gaining access to a network server, Web server or other computer system. The process (the noun) is a "login" or "logon," while the act of doing it (the verb) is to "log in" or to "log on. credentials outside the corporate firewall. All communication between the device and data stored behind the corporate firewall is through secure encrypted en·crypt
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WirelessInbox includes the following new enhancements:
-- Real-time access -- Access to corporate and Internet email folders (Inbox, Sent and Deleted), calendar and contacts in real-time.
-- File attachments -- View, download and send file attachments.
-- Calendar invitations -- Accept and decline meeting invitations, as well as create and delete personal appointments.
-- Global Address List -- Access corporate directory in addition to personal and corporate address book.
-- Delegated connection -- Easily delegate remote access to maintain a secure real-time connection when a computer is turned off or disconnected from the network.
WirelessInbox is currently deployed on GPRS/GSM, Mobitex, TDMA (Time Division Multiple Access) A satellite and cellular phone technology that interleaves multiple digital signals onto a single high-speed channel. For cellular, TDMA triples the capacity of the original analog method (FDMA). , 1xRTT/CDMA and iDEN networks and available to more than 50 million wireless subscribers, in multiple languages including double-byte languages such as Chinese.
About ViAir, Inc.
ViAir works with wireless carriers to bring desktops to wireless devices, making millions of people's lives more productive. The company's wireless data applications fully integrate with the carrier's network to give wireless subscribers simple and secure access to their most valued information, using any Internet-enabled wireless device. ViAir's WirelessInbox, the wireless email solution, is available to subscribers through wireless carriers worldwide, including AT&T Wireless, Bell Mobility, Nextel Communications Nextel Communications, styled NEXTEL, (Former NASDAQ: NXTL) which is now known as the Sprint Nextel Corporation was a telecommunications firm based in the United States. Known for providing a nation-wide mobile communications system. , Inc., Rogers AT&T Wireless, VoiceStream and TELUS TELUS Telemetric Universal Sensor Mobility. ViAir is based in Seattle with European headquarters in London.
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