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Sunday, November 6, 2011

Cortado launches HTML5 version of cloud desktop service

Cloud desktop specialist Cortado has announced an HTML5 version of its Cortado Corporate Server product line, offering even more availability for its services.

Cortado Corporate Server already provides desktop-type functionality on Apple, Android and BlackBerry devices, enabling users to remotely access documents for editing, sharing, emailing and printing. The new HTML5 client now makes the service available to PCs, Macs and other web-enabled devices as well.

Carsten Mickeleit, Cortado’s CEO, said “Cortado’s cloud desktop services with HTML5 is the only solution that concentrates on providing the business class of desktop services in a flexible and secure cloud environment. It offers a radical new approach to remote access that is faster and less consuming than other solutions because it uses the local intelligence and software licenses of the devices. Companies of all sizes need an easy-to-use, powerful, secure, manageable and cost effective solution to enable business use of personal devices and Cortado is the answer.”

The HTML5 client will be available by the end of this year as a corporate solution, as a license for cloud storage providers and as a free Cortado Workplace version for individual users.

We’re talking to Carsten Mickeleit in today’s podcast, which includes details of Cortado’s new HTML5 client and its cloud-based services. You can listen to the full interview on our website, via iTunes or by downloading the MP3 file.
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