Mobile Professionals Rejoice! LapLink Announces Next Generation Remote Access Software LapLink Everywhere.
BOTHELL, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov. 5, 2002
LapLink Inc., the recognized world leader in file transfer and synchronization, announced today the release of LapLink Everywhere(TM), the next generation of remote access software technology. LapLink Everywhere enables mobile professionals to have complete access to their desktop files and email from anywhere in the world--quickly, easily and securely.
"Up until now, individuals could purchase device specific software (like for the Blackberry) or application specific software (like Window's Outlook Web Access) to access limited information from their computers," said Mark Eppley, CEO of LapLink. "LapLink Everywhere offers the ability to access all of your information from up to three computers from any browser-enabled device--phone, PDA, Internet terminal, PC or an Apple MAC."
LapLink Everywhere offers "Zero Footprint" remote access to any Internet-connected PC from a laptop, another desktop, Web phone, PDA, Internet cafe, or airport kiosk--allowing confidential work from any device without leaving behind personal files on the device. As long as there is a fully functioning web browser, the operating system of the remote device or computer does not need to match the home/office based PC. File transfer options use the classic LapLink split screen design and transfer files of any size using a simple, but fast, drag and drop method. File updates are dramatically faster by employing LapLink's patented "SpeedSync" file updating technologies.
Remote access of Outlook and Outlook Express e-mail, calendar and contact files is a key feature, offering the ability to send and receive e-mail and also view attachments. In addition, LapLink Everywhere allows user sharing--offering the capability of allowing other people access to view information. Assistants can now access the same calendar while co-workers may be able to access working files. Some of the most sophisticated security features include "MD5" user name/password access, which denies unauthorized client access utilizing SSL and 128-bit advanced encryption standards.
"Digital River is excited not only to provide the e-commerce operations that support the launch of LapLink Everywhere, but also serve as a beta site. I'm a long-time LapLink user and was excited to test drive LapLink Everywhere," said Jim Biermeier, Sr. Director of Account Management at Digital River. "LapLink Everywhere provides a significant increase in the efficiency of mobile communications and could greatly impact the hectic lives of business professionals as it has mine."
LapLink Everywhere is available for $89.95 for 12 months of service ($7.49 per month) and can be downloaded from the LapLink website (www.laplink.com) or can be ordered by calling (800) 343-8080. To celebrate the launch of LapLink Everywhere, LapLink is offering a free 15-day trial.
LapLink Everywhere is also available in the LapLink Everywhere Deluxe Suite. This suite includes 12 months of LapLink Everywhere service, the LapLink Classic remote control and file transfer gold product with support for USB 2.0 cable transfers, and the new LapLink Remote Network Accelerator (available individually for $99). The LapLink Everywhere Deluxe Suite sells for $169.95 and is available in most retail and online software outlets.
About LapLink Inc.
LapLink celebrates 20 years as an established leader in the development of file transfer and synchronization technology. LapLink has earned the trust of more than 15 million customers worldwide who transfer millions of files per week. LapLink has released fourteen generations of award winning file transfer and synchronization products. In addition, LapLink is the developer and exclusive patent-holder of SpeedSync technology.
LapLink is a privately held company headquartered in Bothell, Washington with international sales offices in Europe, Latin America and the Asia-Pacific region. LapLink products are available through its Web site at www.laplink.com or most retail outlets including Best Buy, CompUSA, Staples, Office Depot, and Fry's Electronics.
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|Date:||Nov 5, 2002|
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