Visto Corporation, a leading global provider of secure push E-Mail, today announced the availability of its Visto Mobile push E-Mail service on the Motorola Q, available exclusively to Telus clients across Canada. The combination of Visto Mobile and the Motorola Q provides business workers with a highly stylized device that delivers instantaneous access to E-Mail, contacts, calendar and other critical business data.
By collaborating with leading handset manufacturers, Visto supports the devices that represent the cutting edge of mobile phone design and functionality. With support for "true push E-Mail" on more than 100 of the world's leading handsets, Visto is opening up the mobile E-Mail market for today's on-the-go professional. Through its partnerships with mobile operators, Visto is able to provide a complete offering and simplified user experience that will entice more companies to take advantage of the productivity gains associated with mobile E-Mail.
"As we continue to see uptake of Visto Mobile with the world's largest mobile operators, device choice and an intuitive user interface have become the key ingredients for attracting and retaining business users,"
said Jean Tripier, executive vice president and chief operating officer of Visto Corporation. "The Motorola Q is the ultimate mobile E-Mail device that is high quality in both design and functionality and offers organizations a clear choice among this new breed of E-Mail-enabled handsets. By partnering with Telus and leading handset manufacturers, we are working to offer the ultimate mobile E-Mail experience in an all-in-one service offering."
In addition to secure access to E-Mail, calendar, contacts and secure corporate data, Visto Mobile works seamlessly with the applications that are native to the Motorola Q, providing full access to attachments as well as other key business applications. All data is communicated securely with Visto's end-to-end secure architecture based on AES and SSL encryption.
Business Inbox, powered by Visto Mobile is initially available from Telus on the recently launched Motorola Q.
Cheers ~ Arne