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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.

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Cortado offers a secure 'cloud desktop' without unnecessary restrictions

Mark Bridge writes:

Security is often a balancing act - and security on mobile devices is no exception. If procedures and processes aren't tough enough, you'll compromise the security of the information you're protecting. But if your security is too tight or if it seems too complicated to an end user, that user is likely to find a way round your security by doing something else instead.

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Last week at The Fonecast: 7th November 2011

Mark Bridge writes:

I’m reminded of a sketch from BBC TV’s ‘The Young Ones’ in 1982. The four horsemen of the apocalypse are waiting around.

“What’s new?”, asks Pestilence. “Microchip technology”, replies one of the others. “That’s quite a new thing, isn’t it?”

Quite new. It’s probably the best description for much of last week’s mobile industry news.

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Podcast - 7th November 2011

As Cortado reveals a new HTML5 client for accessing cloud-based files, Mark Bridge talks to Cortado CEO Carsten Mickeleit about wireless printing and accessing the 'cloud desktop' on mobile devices.

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Motorola Mobility wins legal judgement against Apple in Germany

Apple appears to have lost a patent infringement lawsuit against Motorola Mobility in Germany, although the effect of this legal case is still unclear.

The ruling says Apple owes damages for infringing two Motorola patents and bars Apple from selling any devices in Germany that infringe those patents.

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