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Mobile Office vs. Onebridge

2 posts in General Discussion Last posting was on 2010-06-28 09:49:47.0Z
N.K. Posted on 2010-06-25 19:21:27.0Z
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Could you please in short list the advantages in Mobile
Office that could be used as an argument for using Mobile
Office instead of Onebridge.

Thanks in advance

Dirk Olderdissen Posted on 2010-06-28 09:49:47.0Z
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MobileOffice could be called "next generation Sync Software". :-)

The end user usability is very high as it "just works" from an end user
- Very easy to setup
- Even easier to use
- Good battery performance
- Very fast and fully transparent data delivery
- Great iPhone support

The administrator also has less work with iMO
- Server setup and configuration is easy
- Server administration is also fairly simple
- Individual user configuration is possible
- Roaming control
- Scheduled sync option or always on push selectable by user or admin
- Can use OneBridge DMZ Proxy (update needed) and Ports (no firewall
- No extra license fee (when under maintenace) for migration to iMO

MobileOffice reduces a lot of the complexities that you are used to in
OneBridge. In consequence, you may miss some of the flexibility of the
OneBridge system, but that has not proven to be a show stopper in the past.

The underlying core technology has been taken from OneBridge, so
MobileOffice could be seen simply as the next version of OneBridge, even
if the marketing name indicates some thing else.

iAnywhere Consulting TEAM EMEA, Germany

On 6/25/2010 9:21 PM, N.K. wrote:
> Could you please in short list the advantages in Mobile
> Office that could be used as an argument for using Mobile
> Office instead of Onebridge.
> Thanks in advance