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Symphony Teleca unveils m-Suite

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Posted on -Friday, May 11, 2012    By VARINDIA Correspondent
  Symphony Teleca unveils m-Suite 

Symphony Teleca Corporation has unveiled m-Suite, the enterprise mobility industry’s first complete, managed solution to create, deploy and manage mobile enterprise applications. m-Suite fully integrates an advanced application development environment, enterprise application store, mobile device management, analytics and expense management into a single solution driven from a common management system.

Paul Chapman, Vice-President - IT, VMWare, said, “The biggest IT challenge today in enterprise mobility is the fragmentation of the various software, tools, services and management systems required to deploy even the simplest of solutions. Clearly, there is a significant market need for solutions like Symphony Teleca’s that simplify the mobilization of the enterprise.”

Keerti Melkote, Chief Technology Officer, Aruba Networks, said, "We see enterprise mobility and the recent, intense phenomenon of ‘bring your own device (BYOD)’ as having profound impact on enterprise IT strategy and resources. The critical requirement is simplicity in the face of rapidly-changing device and application demand. This extends from the network that securely connects these devices to application management. Aruba Networks and Symphony Teleca share this common vision, and we applaud the introduction of Symphony Teleca's Mobility-as-a-Service solution."

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