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OneBridge Mobile Groupware lets companies support remote workers across multiple networks, hardware, and platforms.

David Ewalt

August 4, 2003

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Mobile information management software vendor Extended Systems on Monday released a product that lets companies easily support mobile workers across multiple networks, hardware, and platforms.

The OneBridge Mobile Groupware solution combines server software, a bridge proxy, and adaptors for different networks to send data between a central network and mobile devices. The technology supports multiple mobile operating systems, including Pocket PC and Palm OS, as well as multiple wireless networking technologies, including WiFi, GPRS, and Bluetooth. Using the software, businesses can easily push out data such as E-mails and system updates to wireless devices automatically. Mobile users don't need to log onto the system; the software pushes data out any time the user connects to a wireless network. First-time users generally use the system to deliver E-mail and calendar items, says a company spokesman, but it can also deliver software and security updates, as well as data to CRM and ERP systems. The software is available now. Server and license fees vary on the number of mobile users, but the company is offering a free 30-day trial on its Web site.

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