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HOBLink Mobile for Android Now Available in Google Play Store

HOB, a market leader in pure software-based remote access solutions, today announced the availability of HOBLink Mobile for Android in Google Play, Google’s online store for purchasing and downloading Android apps.

Now available in Google Play, HOBLink Mobile for Android is an app that provides secure remote access to emails, calendar, contacts and notes in the corporate network. The app offers the ideal solution for ensuring secure BYOD policies, as corporate data can be accessed from the app, but is never downloaded to the user’s device because it remains stored on the company server. IT administrators can rest assured that sensitive business data will remain inaccessible to unauthorized users even if a device is lost or stolen.

Companies participating in the mobile workforce enjoy a competitive advantage through several benefits including increased productivity, streamlined workflow and revenue growth. In the recent past, the use of personal smartphones for business purposes has increased significantly, and it is now considered commonplace to use iOS and Android devices to access corporate applications. HOB CEO Klaus Brandstätter explained, “To succeed in the digital age, companies must be agile and provide their employees with a mechanism for secure remote access that satisfies the employees’ preference to use personal devices and the IT administrators’ mandate for security. HOBLink Mobile for Android does exactly that.”

The HOBLink Mobile client on an Android device communicates with the HOBCOM Universal Server, which is stored in the corporate network. A proprietary HOB communication protocol is used for the entire data exchange, providing a fast, reliable and secure connection. The HOBLink Mobile app is also available for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and will soon be available for mobile devices running Windows and Linux operating systems.

“We are very excited about this development,” said Klaus Brandstätter. “HOBLink Mobile was created specifically to provide a high level of security, convenience and ease of use for the end user. Having undergone an extensive product development phase and quality testing process, we are thrilled to have yet another channel to service new and existing users of the mobile workforce.”

More information on the Android and iOS version can be found on the HOB website.

To download HOBLink Mobile for Android visit the Google Play store.

About HOB, Inc.

HOB, Inc. is a fully owned subsidiary of HOB GmbH & Co. KG. It was founded in New Jersey in April 2000 and is currently headquartered in Hawthorne, NY. HOB GmbH & Co. KG is a German medium-sized company, developing innovative and multiply rewarded software solutions that are marketed worldwide. The core competencies of the successful company HOB, founded in 1964, comprise server-based computing, secure remote access, VoIP and virtualization. HOB products are deployed in small, mid-sized and large enterprises. Further, some HOB products are certified according to Common Criteria. HOB remote access solutions received the quality mark from TeleTrust “IT Security Made in Germany.”

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