Vaultus Enables Enterprise-Scale Mobility

By Shireen Dee February 25, 2009
Vaultus Mobile technologies, a provider of mobile applications technology, recently announced the launch of mobiScaler. The new application is a non-invasive plug-in to the current network system and operational platforms. It is expected to enable IT organizations and ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) to improve the service benefits of the mobile worker and consumer networks.
The new mobiScaler has been designed to improve mobile application performance, handset battery life, usability, security, and network bandwidth utilization. It has been created to be compatible with various mobile developer environments including RIM, iPhone, Microsoft Visual Studio, Eclipse and Symbian. Developers can build simple applications that are fast to implement with easy navigability via mobiScaler. It is anticipated that these applications will be scalable to many users and also be cost effective.
“Every aspect of work -- including analysis, decision making, and action -- is going mobile, and executives around the world recognize that mobility presents an opportunity to improve worker productivity and reduce IT support costs," said David Birnbach, chief executive officer at Vaultus.
"To realize these benefits, workers need to have anytime, anywhere access to their applications, and with mobiScaler, firms can deploy mobile applications and portals that are easy to use, quick to implement, as secure as enterprise applications, and cost effective with much lower support costs," he added.
mobiScaler is business mobility software with a single mobile communications channel. It has been designed to protect a company’s data center, application development and mobile infrastructure. It has the capability to provide similar security, performance and usability firms get with their enterprise network. On an average, mobile applications that have been designed with mobiScaler are expected to react more than 50 percent faster, extend handset battery life by 55 percent, and reduce carrier network data transfer by 90 percent.
Applications developed with mobi Scaler run faster, extend handset utilization by several hours, incorporate enterprise like security for all stored, optimize career network utilization, and work effectively on any mobile device. For I.T. organizations, it provides a single repository for all mobile applications, freedom to use any mobile development tool and strict security.
“The mobiScaler is a game changing product that complements and enhances existing investments in networks, platforms, and development tools," said Birnbach. "It's lightweight, cross-platform, device independent, and empowers IT organizations to extend the strengths and benefits of the enterprise network to mobile workers and customers."

Shireen Dee is a contributing editor for IoTevolutionworld. To read more of Shireen's articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Jessica Kostek

IoTevolutionworld Contributing Editor

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