Cortado To Fully Support iOS 8 Enterprise Features
With iOS 8, Apple places an even greater focus on enterprise mobility, confirming Cortado’s strategy
(BERLIN/DENVER, July 29, 2014) Cortado, a leading provider of enterprise mobility solutions, today announces that its on-premises solution, Cortado Corporate Server, will fully support iOS 8, which is due later this year. After iOS 7 created a milestone and introduced the secure business container to companies, iOS 8 will offer further productivity and security enhancements, such as the ability to save documents to systems other than iCloud. Combined with Cortado Corporate Server as an enterprise mobility solution, iOS 8 creates the optimal strategy for any business.
With iOS 7, launched last year at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), companies already have a range of tools at their disposal to build a secure business container. The next step forward is due this year as iOS 8 will offer companies expanded MDM and collaboration features. These include numerous enhancements such as document provider APIs or the document push feature. With iOS 8, Apple takes a decisive step to becoming the standard OS for businesses.
Cortado views the announcement as confirming its strategy and as with iOS 7, will support the latest Apple OS, iOS 8, including all advanced features. With Cortado Corporate Server, companies not only have the ability to create a secure iOS 8 business container, but benefit from the easy management of existing and new users through full Active Directory integration.
“Just like with iOS 7, we were more than excited to hear what was announced at this year’s WWDC – it fits perfectly with our own approach with Cortado Corporate Server,” said Carsten Mickeleit, CEO at Cortado. “We are fully prepared to entirely support iOS 8 after its release later this year and have a number of highly productive features already lined up for future releases.”
More information on the current version of Cortado Corporate Server, 7.2 is available at: www.cortado.com/ccs.
This press release is available online and may be downloaded at www.cortoad.com/press.
Cortado – formerly ThinPrint – has delivered solutions for the modern working world since 1999. Enterprise mobility, printing, virtualization and BYOD are the main focus of the company. Cortado combines innovative devices such as smartphones and tablets with the customary requirements of office work, in teams and beyond space and system boundaries.
Easy for users, innovative, reliable, and with a high return on investment. These are the distinguishing features of Cortado products. No other company focuses so much on the issue of consumerization. By constantly evaluating feedback from users of its free cloud services available in all major app stores, Cortado continuously improves its products. These foundations allow Cortado to optimally implement an enterprise mobility strategy for businesses of all sizes.
Cortado established itself internationally with ThinPrint, the leading printer virtualization technology, which is used in 116 countries by thousands of companies. Even the biggest customers of Citrix XenApp and Microsoft Remote Desktop Services rely on ThinPrint. Via a long-term OEM partnership, VMware integrates ThinPrint technology.
The advantages of printer virtualization will only increase, also for cloud providers and in networks with physical desktops. Results are significant cost savings, immensely reduced helpdesk requests and noticeably more satisfied employees.
Over 20,000 enterprise customers with 5 up to 150,000 employees, as well as hundreds of thousands of individual users worldwide rely on Cortado solutions. As an internationally operating company, and founder of the Cloud Printing Alliance, Cortado employs over 220 highly skilled employees at its headquarters in Berlin, Germany and in its branch offices in the United States, the UK, Australia, France and Japan. Cortado was a winner of the 2013 and 2014 Great Place to Work® competition and is named as one of the “Best Employers in Berlin-Brandenburg”
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