Aligo is bringing enhancements to its Mobile Access offering, a mobile groupware application for email, contacts, calendar and tasks. The new release of Mobile Access supports a variety of devices ranging from basic Internet enabled phones to intelligent devices such as Windows Mobile Pocket PCs, Palm, Smartphones, and RIM/Blackberry.
The company says that this release of Mobile Access aims to make mobile access to emails and calendar a standard business productivity tool for all employees of the enterprise. These are some of the features available on Mobile Access now:
Use speech recognition to create meetings and tasks in Microsoft Outlook when away from a computer. By placing a call from any phone, Mobile Access figures out what was stated and enters a new task, meeting, or note to remember into Outlook automatically;
Deliver standards-based security using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Virtual Private Network (VPN) technology to enhance encryption and ensure authentication, fully integrated and certified with RSA SecurID;
Provide integrated access for multiple groupware applications such as Steltor Calendar and SunOne Messaging running on Solaris, Linux or Windows to multiple devices including RIM/Blackberry, Palm and Pocket PCs within the enterprise.