Today, I would like to share some letters we will be receiving shortly from customers. Because once they take advantage of exciting new centralized provisioning capabilities just rolled out on harmon.ie Mobile products, specifically automatically making important SharePoint documents available to employees offline, we are sure they will be thrilled... So enjoy the letters.
It’s been just a few short weeks since harmon.ie for Android was released, but the praises for the new Android product of harmon.ie continue to roll in. This blog post will highlight some of the most influential reviews that appeared in the last few weeks.
As the industry is moving BeYOnD BYOD, from just bringing devices to work to actually using devices for work, I decided to write down my top harmon.ie features. The ones which really enable me to do some real work on my iPad such as reviewing and modifying documents, spreadsheets and presentations. Yael, our amazing design director, decided to turn the list into a nice-looking infographics.
harmon.ie Mobile has been flying off the virtual shelves ever since it was released late last year, first for iOS and then for BlackBerry 10. The demand for native access to Office 365 and SharePoint while on the go has even exceeded our own ambitious projections.
Just in time for the July 4th, a new service pack for harmon.ie 4.0 is available for download. What’s new? Lots of good stuff. First of all, there is enhanced support for Yammer groups. Users can view and share updates with specific groups and also view and share updates with external networks. Cool.
This week’s launch of harmon.ie 4.0 was a smash success.
The pent-up need for secure mobile access to documents and colleagues from iPads and other mobile devices is apparent from the outpouring of interest in harmon.ie 4.0. And the new harmon.ie for BlackBerry 10 app is ‘on fire’ - the buzz around harmon.ie at this week’s BlackBerry Live event in Orlando was ‘off the charts.’
To stay abreast of exciting coverage and amazing feedback from industry pundits, follow the links listed below:
The prayers of millions of mobile workers have been answered. harmon.ie 4.0 delivers native Office app experience to iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices.
The rumors mills have been working overtime concerning Microsoft’s intention to release Office apps for the iPad. But none other than Bill Gates himself put the kibosh on that one in a recent CNBC interview where Gates said:
Blackberry has just released the new BlackBerry Q10 – you know, the one with a keyboard. Personally, I have the Z10 and just love the sleek keyboard-less interface. But there are a lot of existing BlackBerry users who won’t be able to live without that QWERTY keyboard as part of their device experience. So, for them, this release is a godsend.
Expectations have been building up since Microsoft acquired Yammer last summer for a stunning $1.2B. For many harmon.ie customers, the combination of Office 365 and Yammer sounds like a smooth and safe move to a Microsoft-powered social cloud. That’s why at harmon.ie we have been focused on bringing Office 365 and Yammer to iOS and BlackBerry 10 devices. Also we have worked with Microsoft to bring Yammer and SharePoint 2013 to the Outlook 2013 interface both for the Web Application and the rich client.
The way Microsoft uses the word “SkyDrive” these days, it’s not impossible to have up to 7 or more things in your life with that label spread across multiple services and devices! You’d certainly be forgiven for getting mixed up about what’s what, so let’s briefly try to clarify each one.