Today, harmon.ie brings Office 365 to the mobile enterprise. With harmon.ie 4.0 for mobile devices, companies can be afforded the security and offline support for Office 365 file sharing, as well as complete access to SharePoint, Yammer and Office apps.
Productivity is King
It’s no secret the enterprise is expanding. From desktop to laptop to smartphone and tablet, being mobile is more than just a device, it’s state of mind. And regardless of what screen through which you’re accessing email, documents, and social collaboration tools, it’s expected that you should have complete access. By integrating Yammer, SharePoint, and Outlook into an employee’s daily work experience means that productivity is king.
With harmon.ie 4, users can stay up-to-date with conversations, collaboration and the contextual preservation of documents, no matter where they are without needing to jump between windows, disparate interfaces, or apps.
Features of harmon.ie 4.0 include:
SkyDrive Pro offline support -- synchronize Share Point libraries directly from harmon.ie and have the libraries content available even when offline
SkyDrive Share capabilities (Ad-hoc sharing) -- attach documents from SkyDrive to an e-mail message and the documents can be automatically shared with the e-mail recipients.
Yammer social interactions -- Yammer social interactions can be accessed directly from within the users email window.
Yammer micro-blogging -- engage and view group conversations, preview documents, and mention colleagues (@mention) in order to include them in the discussion
Stay Connected, Even When Mobile
With so much time spent within our email (3 out of 4 people use their smartphone for email) Harmon.ie makes it even easier to be productive, even when accessing and editing attached documents. Harmon.ie 4.0 allows users to edit directly within the Office 365 interface, eliminating time wasted fumbling with third-party applications that aren’t always compatible or easy to use.
Available for Android, iOS and Blackberry, harmon.ie 4.0 unifies the social business experience for the enterprise. Being mobile no longer means being unable to fully collaborate and participate at the speed of business; instead it means business as usual.