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WIRELESS: message master Mobile Client finally released!
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 26.04.02 - 14:09:00 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 6848x
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Finally, it is there! Experience mobile communication with SMS and GPRS. Learn more on how the message master Mobile client reduces GPRS communication costs and can help to build powerful mobile enterprise applications including real-time access to SQL databases, your Intranet and SAP R/3. And the best news is: message master Mobile Client is available for free download!

Experience the freedom to go wherever you like and still stay put. The brand-new message master Mobile Client offers all of it, convenient SMS messaging and cost-efficient mobile information access - no matter where you are.

  • Comprehensive SMS messaging with an intuitive user interface
  • SMS messaging uses Outlook contacts for addressing
  • Mobile phonebook management with Pocket Outlook contacts
  • SMS weather information
  • Dialing of phone numbers from contacts
  • Mobile e-mail via SMS
  • Highly cost-efficient GPRS data access
  • Real-time field services
  • Download of GPRS applications
  • Sample news ticker via GPRS

SMS and phonebook management
Finally, sending and receiving of SMS messages gets easy. Create SMS messages on your Pocket PC and use your Outlook contacts for addressing your messages. Received SMS can be stored and managed easily. Working with templates makes SMS messaging even more convenient. And not to forget - message master lets you manage your mobile's address book through your Pocket PC.

Utilizing SMS message master also provides a convenient and cost-transparent way to send e-mails at any time and any place without need to dial into the Internet or your corporate access point.

GPRS data access to databases, SAP R/3 and Intranets
message masterâ„¢ offers cost-efficient and fast access to corporate data. In conjunction with a message masterâ„¢ server installation at your company your mobile workforce gets convenient access to databases, SAP R/3 and Intranet content. On top of real-time data access via GPRS you can also change data online, e.g. by adding new data to your databases while being on the road.

Your administrator can create new applications and publish them to your mobile workforce for GPRS download. A special GPRS software technology developed by Derdack guarantees low communication costs in comparison to HTTP or WAP.

A direct comparison between Web access, WAP access and using message master mobile client proved a significant advantage for message masterâ„¢. The message masterâ„¢ technology reduced the data volume by 86% compared to Web access (using an Internet browser on the PDA) and still by 14% compared to a WAP phone access. (Source: Derdack case study - Reading a single contact information from an Exchange server incl. secure logon).

How it works
message master takes into account the special GPRS network features and limitations by using a new software technology for fast and cost-cutting access to corporate data. Data compression and a methods for pure user data transmission make message master a solid platform for today and future mobile data applications.
Please, click the image to see a graphic of the basic functionality.

I've tested the new Derdack message master in a very early Beta stage last year and was very impressed what it delivered - on SMS as well as on GPRS. Find a review of the new version within the next few days here for sure!

Cheers ~ Arne

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