CommonTime has announced that its mNotes version 4 software is ready to mobilize Lotus Notes devices designed to run Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0
CommonTime believes that the Smartphone and PDAs will continue to build on their success and popularity with enterprise users. To date over 40 device-makers are shipping innovative Windows Mobile-based products with 68 mobile operators in 48 countries.
Designed to be user-friendly, easily managed and quick to deploy by IT personnel, the latest edition of mNotes version 4 will allow Smartphone and PDA users or IT administrators to deploy Lotus Notes applications on their devices.
"In the past five years, there's been a profound shift in the kind of data and services people access on their mobile devices - from multimedia to business applications," Bill Gates said. "Windows Mobile 5.0 enables our industry partners to develop exciting new hardware designs and solutions that will revolutionize how customers use mobile devices."
Mobile work forces are becoming the norm in many corporations around the world. As such, these businesses require mobile computing solutions which are secure, dependable and as cost effective as possible We can provide this and more with mNotes v4, commented Nigel Mackrill, CEO of CommonTime.
mNotes v4 provides Lotus Notes users with the customary reliability and quality now synonymous with CommonTime and this, together with the improved email push technology, allows us to provide a first class product to our customers, added Nigel.