HyperOffice has now added tablets to the range of computers that run its namesake software.
Founded in 1998, the SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) provider has offered communication and collaboration software designed for SMBs for years. This week’s release of HyperOffice for the iPad and Android tablets rounds out the company’s mobile offerings as it already runs on BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Mobile and Nokia devices as well as PCs and Macs.
HyperOffice says its customers can use any of these devices or computers to access and share corporate documents, calendars, contacts, tasks, manage team projects, corporate email and other information. In addition HyperOffice gives users the ability to push their email, contacts, calendars and tasks to native apps on their smart phones and tablets.
"There is no ideal device. What workers really want is flexibility. Some lean towards specific devices, while for others the choice is determined by their present context - whether at work, after hours at home, or on the road,” said HyperOffice president Farzin Arsanjani, in a release.
“It is our constant effort to allow knowledge workers to keep connected with work, and get the richest experience for the device at hand,” he added.
HyperOffice offers a 30-day free trial. A Core Collaboration version starts at $7 per user per month, while the Enterprise Collaboration version costs $15 / user per month and each requires as $49.95 setup charge.