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Need Your Staff to Have Access to Email and Contacts on the go....but Can't Afford the Upgrades?

- Secure Efficient and Low-cost 'Push' Email, Calendar and Contact Information, in Real-time, Bespoke for SME Users..... And for Free!

LONDON, September 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Emoze, the world's leading low-cost 'push' mobile technology, is reinvigorating growth in the SME sector by offering all UK corporate customers a completely FREE 30-day (no commitment) trial of its services. There is no need to replace handsets, no data security risks, no costly corporate mobile tariffs, just your business email (including contacts and calendar) delivered to any mobile phone, anywhere and in real time.

Get your FREE trial at: http://www.emoze.com/en/products/enterprise.asp

Imagine how much more efficient your business will be if all your sales staff, secretaries, management, and even logistics had access to corporate email 24/7. Potential sales leads could be followed up in an instant, meetings arranged and cancelled from your mobile handset, and clients could be kept in touch no matter how busy your schedule.

Keeping your whole team in touch with clients and customers will be key to maintaining relationships, a steady flow of income and, say it quietly, bottom-line growth. With the UK's recession now looking to extend into early next year, banks still 'recapitalising' and refusing to lend to perfectly viable businesses, securing the necessary financing for infrastructure development, and cutting costs, are now the biggest challenges facing the SME sector.

It is no surprise, therefore, that many businesses have decided the cost of 'push' email services are for the moment, unviable. With emoze these financial obstacles have been removed, as there is no need to replace handsets, change mobile contracts, or pay costly service charges - and for those of you still uncertain you can now try the service for FREE.

"Good business relies on good communication, and managers are now able to extend employee's on-the-job experience from desktop to mobile," comments Eitan Linker, emoze CEO. "Email is a business critical tool for virtually every organization, but access need not be limited by distance from a computer. The modern business person is often on the move and does not want to carry around multiple devices. Emoze's Enterprise Edition allows them freedom of movement and communication, without the company needing to purchase special handsets or extra, expensive services. With the recession making every business wary of change, we are offering the Enterprise Edition on a free trial, as once you have emoze you can never go back."

What do you need to get started?

You can start using emoze now, if you have a basic data allowance or an ordinary data package for your managers and staff - often included as standard in monthly phone contracts - and because all emoze messages are 90% compressed, your data usage will always be very low.

What's the security of data like?

Security of data is a primary concern for any corporation, and emoze technology provides some of the most secure messaging on the market, with encryption on all emails and data as standard. With emoze, emails are 'pushed', real-time, without the need for any duplication or storage outside of the existing email server (which is a big security risk associated with Blackberry). What's more, should the handset be lost or stolen it can be easily remotely wiped in seconds from your own server, meaning that business sensitive data is never at risk.

Want In-house Management Control?

When communications controlled by your own people is an essential business need, companies can add a dedicated Enterprise Edition server, enabling management of information flow and control over data transfers based on your own IT policies. Users can be added or deleted easily too, through the simple-to-use management console.

"With an easy online installation emoze allows the business user to communicate securely, and do business faster and more conveniently," continues Eitan Linker. "We offer the perfect solution to those businesses that want the productivity and connectivity gains from 'push' technology without the cost or hassle of third party controlled services. We provide real added value services with emoze Enterprise Edition software and place management control where it belongs - with the corporate customer."


About emoze

emoze turns mobile phones and mobile devices in to fully functional personal communication devices with a single, simple and free download for the individual user. It delivers real-time, secure synchronization of emails, calendars, contacts and social community messaging - pushing data and updates to you anytime, anywhere using any mobile service provider network or WiFi and all leading brands of mobile device. Download, registration and use of emoze are all free for the individual user. Users need a data package from their mobile service provider. emoze supports all popular email data sources (e.g. Microsoft Outlook and Exchange, POP3, Web-Access and social community messages i.e. Facebook) and mobile device operating systems, and provides a simple user interface and high level security for emails and data. It is available for download through the Download! folder of all new Nokia N and Eseries mobile phones.

As a spin-off of Emblaze in 2006, emoze has users in almost every country worldwide. emoze is a subsidiary of the Emblaze Group (LSE: BLZ). For more information, please visit http://www.emoze.com. Stay connected with emoze - wherever you are!

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