Australian Consulting Firm Brings Sharepoint To Your Mobile

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Australian technology firm brings SharePoint to your mobile

Sydney, Australia – March 01, 2009 - Australian technology firm, Spyk Software has announced

the world’s first application allowing employees to browse and search all their company

documents from their iPhone.


iShare, released today on the iPhone App Store, connects to Microsoft's popular SharePoint

Server and provides secure access to company & team collaboration information including

documents, lists, announcements, tasks and meetings.


Tim Kremer, CEO of Spyk Software said in an interview:

"While email has emerged as a killer application on mobile devices, until now there has been

poor access to other essential enterprise collaboration tools."

“People want information at their fingertips” said Mr Kremer.

He also stated that the iPhone with its VPN (Virtual Private Network) connectivity, Exchange

push email and Remote Wipe capability is maturing into a true business-ready device.


SharePoint is Microsoft's fastest ever growing server product, with over 100 million licences

sold. Diverse functionality such as document management, content management, enterprise

search and collaboration means it is becoming a critical piece of business infrastructure.

iShare is also compatible with Microsoft’s new SharePoint Online platform.


iShare is now available worldwide for any iPhone user to download. Further information,


also approach Spyk for customisations and enterprise rollout support.


Spyk Software is an Australian based Microsoft Partner specialising in websites, portals and

document management solutions using Microsoft SharePoint, .NET and SQL Server.


Contact:

Tim Kremer

Spyk Software Pty Ltd

iShare@spyk.com

p: +61 2 9006 1173



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