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ZDNet: Exchange files from phone to phone

Apr 20, 2000, 01:49 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Charles Babcock)

"A new online service lets cell phone and other wireless users share files quickly and securely from any location or email files to each other."

"StoragePoint.com, in San Diego, has launched wireless access protocol (WAP) support for its WebDrive file storage and exchange system. In addition to cell phones, handhelds from Palm can also use the service, if they have been equipped with Ericsson's WAP browser."

"The file storage and exchange service has been available for desktop users of Linux, Macintosh and Windows since late 1999. With usage of mobile phones growing, a key constituency is the mobile worker wanting to link to their corporate data centers. "Extending the service to cellular phones and other wireless devices will be key to meeting the information needs of employees on the road and other mobile workers," said Scott Zimmerman, chief executive of StoragePoint."

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