Intermedia unveils mobile app to securely manage cloud services


Intermedia launched mobile HostPilot, a mobile app for
securely provisioning and managing cloud services, including hosted Exchange,
online backup and mobility.


The company’s HostPilot Control Panel is available as a
mobile app on Android 2.1+ and iOS version 3.0+ devices – including iPhone,
iPad and iPod Touch. It is also available as a web app on other platforms.


HostPilot Control Panel provides business owners and IT
managers with a single point of control over their Intermedia cloud services.
Its intuitive features enable technical administration to be delegated to
non-technical staff.


Using mobile HostPilot, account administrators can
securely perform many common and useful transactions on the go from their
mobile device, including: Creating new Exchange mailboxes, Resetting passwords,
“Wiping” a user’s mobile device — protecting the company in the
event the device is lost or stolen and Enabling secure instant messaging,
Online Backup and BlackBerry services.


The HostPilot mobile app is free to use and easy to set
up. It is available for current Intermedia customers using hosted Exchange 2007 and
Exchange 2010. Customers can go to the Android Market or Apple App Store,
search “Intermedia HostPilot,” download the app, and login with their
HostPilot username and password.


“Just like cloud services should be mobile, so
should cloud control panels,” said Manlio Carrelli, CMO, Intermedia.


Intermedia customers can securely access Intermedia cloud
services, such as email and voice, through any of the various devices they rely
on – from smartphones and tablets, to their home or work computer. Now, they
can do the same with HostPilot via our mobile app.


By Team

[email protected]



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