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Certicom announces movianVPN for Windows Mobile 2003 for Pocket PC
Posted on 12-Dec-2003 08:06 | Filed under: News



Certicom announced the availability of movianVPN for Microsoft Windows Mobile 2003 Software for Pocket PCs. The software was developed to meet the IPSec standard. New to movianVPN is its interoperability with the Cosine IPSX VPN gateway and its support for the new Windows Mobile connection manager. This feature enables easy connection to a variety of networks. In addition, movianVPN for Pocket PC 2003 uses a new IPSec driver design that improves speed and enhances user experience.

movianVPN for Pocket PC 2003 extends support to the HP iPAQ 5400 series and 5500 series, and Dell Axim X5 and Toshiba E750 handhelds. With its support for the three leading operating systems (Microsoft Windows Mobile, Palm OS and Symbian OS) and the various versions of the platforms, movianVPN can be used with more than 50 handheld devices. It interoperates with more than 13 leading VPN gateways, including those from Cisco, Netscreen and Nortel. This interoperability enables enterprises to leverage existing VPN infrastructure and functionality, such as policy mechanisms, and thereby realize a better return on their existing security infrastructure investment.

movianVPN is part of a complete Certicom solution for wireless handheld security: movianCrypt secures the data on the device, while movianMail secures e-mail and attachments from sender to recipient. To make the creation and enforcement of handheld security policies easier with large deployments, Certicom offers movianDM, a deployment manager.


More information: http://www.certicom.com/movianvpn...







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