(Ping! Zine Web Tech Magazine) – H3 Solutions, Inc., industry leaders in SharePoint mobility, today announced the rollout of their cloud mobile solution for Microsoft Office 365 to all Microsoft Technology Center locations worldwide. Mobile Entrée 365 provides the most complete mobile solution for access to SharePoint in the cloud from any smartphone or tablet.
Available from the Office Store, Mobile Entrée 365 is one of the first commercially available SharePoint Apps to be included in the MTC Envisioning Center demonstration platform. At $1.49/month per user, Mobile Entrée 365 is a compelling solution for businesses of any size to get more out of their Office 365 investment by facilitating mobile access to SharePoint for users on the go.
“H3 Solutions has been a great partner for us for the past 3 years,” said Lew Wagner, Worldwide Microsoft Technology Center Director, “This latest rollout aligns perfectly with our cloud-first, mobile-first initiatives and we are excited to share it with customers as part of our Envisioning Center experience.”
The Envisioning Center demonstration shows the art of the possible through “day in a life” scenarios of an organization using Microsoft and partner solutions. During the course of the demonstration MTC Architects highlight a variety of solutions that benefit the customer’s organization by enabling worker productivity through collaboration, search, mobile and disconnected information access, real time communications, data analysis, and enterprise content management.
About H3 Solutions
Founded in 2006, H3 Solutions is known for its expertise in Microsoft SharePoint technologies. A Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, H3 Solutions provides consulting for clients in both the public and private sectors. H3 Solutions is likely best known for the creation of the mobile application framework for SharePoint, Mobile Entrée® (the industry’s first SharePoint-integrated development platform for mobile applications that allows cross-device deployment). H3 Solutions is based in Virginia, and is privately held.