Idokorro Mobile Inc.

Idokorro’s Mobile Admin Wins the 2006 Lotus Advisor Editors' Choice Award in the category of Administration Tools

 
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Ottawa, ON, Canada -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/29/2006 -- Idokorro Mobile, Inc., a leading solutions provider for mobile network management, today announced that it has won the 2006 Lotus Advisor Editors' Choice Award in the category of Administration Tools.

The awards program is based on an objective outsider's panel and their feedback on products they review at the annual Lotusphere event, where they look for useful and innovative products to help Lotus developers, administrators, and users do their job more easily and efficiently. The panel includes technical editors, industry analysts, and other experts in the various fields they judge.

This distinction was achieved through the participation of the company in Lotusphere® 2006 in Orlando from January 22nd to 26th where the latest versions of Mobile Admin and Mobile SSH were demonstrated.

The new version of Mobile Admin (version 3.1) now supports remote administration of IBM® Lotus® Domino® servers from a wide range of wireless handheld devices, including Palm devices (such as Treo and Tungsten), Nokia phones, and Microsoft® Pocket PC and Smartphones, as well as BlackBerry devices. With Mobile Admin IT administrators can use their wireless handheld to manage Lotus Domino, Windows, Oracle, Active Directory, SQL Server, Citrix, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, RSA, Novell and much more.

Other Developments

In addition to Mobile Admin, Idokorro Mobile, Inc. has recently launched two new applications for BlackBerry, Mobile Desktop 1.0 and Mobile FTP 1.0.
Mobile Desktop is a VNC client for BlackBerry devices. With Mobile Desktop users can create connections to almost any computer from a BlackBerry device, then view the screen and even control the keyboard or mouse of the remote computer. Mobile Desktop can be used to connect to practically any kind of computer including Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Solaris, Novell Netware, QNX, OS/2 and many more.
Mobile FTP allows BlackBerry users to access and manage files and folders on remote file servers. For example, web developers can use Mobile FTP to connect to remote web servers and edit web pages or deploy sites from their BlackBerry device.

About Idokorro Mobile, Inc.
Idokorro was founded in 2001 and is now the leader in providing mobile access solutions. Idokorro's products allow users to monitor, maintain, and manage their networks, computers, and other network devices from practically anywhere — streamlining operations, decreasing costly network down-time, and accelerating service responses. The company is self-financed and serves a global customer base of over 1500 corporations. For more information, please visit http://www.idokorro.com, or call 1(613)789.1818.