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Israel : SOLUTO enters in the field of MOBILE.

The new service by the Israeli start-up company Soluto is enabling a small business to check remotely whether, for example, an employee's iPad or iPhone has a passcode. The company is now moving in the field of mobile, with its network software allowing remote support for iPhones and iPads. The backing up will aid both private users and IT managers in small and medium-size businesses to update applications, to check battery levels and free storage space, and, no less importantly, to check the device's security status, such as the use of a suitable passcode and so on, all remotely.

Additionally, it is possible to influence whether the device will allow call roaming and surfing through a mobile connection overseas, as well as to set the time interval after which the device will be locked, and whether it can be wiped clean remotely if it is stolen.

It has been disregarded the security for iPhones and iPads in some cases. 37% of the employees in the small businesses that are Soluto customers have no basic protection on their mobile device at the level of a simple passcode in practice.

It is enabled by the new service the IT managers to admonisher and handle the devices utilized by the workers in their enterprises, while private customers can manage their own devices and those of their families or friends.

It is made vivid by the Soluto that the service preserves users' privacy, and so there is no access to personal items such as pictures, contacts, and messages.

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