My Docs Online Introduces Wireless Fax Feature, Printing Files From Mobile Devices
Press release from the issuing company
NAPLES, Fla., July 30 My Docs Online, a leader in remote file access and wireless messaging solutions, today announced a feature added to its service that allows users to fax files and email attachments from their wireless devices. The new wireless fax service allows users to print their files stored at My Docs Online to any fax machine, send their stored files to a recipient's fax machine, and print email file attachments -- all from a mobile device.
"Mobile business professionals recognize significant payback in wireless, with immediate gains in productivity, more timely decisions, and increased efficiency when working away from the office or in the field,'' said Steve Dempsey, President of My Docs Online. "The addition of our new, wireless fax/print service further narrows the gap that exists between desktop and mobile computing. With My Docs Online, a mobile professional can access, view, email and now print important files and documents from his or her wireless device.''
My Docs Online's new wireless fax service, now available in the United States and Canada, supports a wide variety of wireless devices including Palms, Pocket PCs, RIM Blackberries, Web-enabled phones and Motorola 2-way pagers with vClient. File types currently supported include: MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat, PDF, WordPerfect, Plain Text, TIFF (Groups 3 and 4) Postscript (Apple Laser Writer Plus), RTFD, ASCII and HTML files. Pricing starts at $4.95 for 50 minutes of fax per month. Additional pricing options can be found at www.mydocsonline.com
About My Docs Online
My Docs Online, Inc., a leader in wireless messaging and virtual file access, offers a secure Web-based service for storing, accessing and delivering files on the Internet. Focusing on the needs of mobile professionals, workgroups and businesses, My Docs Online delivers "anywhere, anytime, any device'' file access. My Docs Online enhances the messaging capabilities of wireless devices, including Palms, Pocket PCs, RIM Blackberries, Web-enabled phones, and Motorola 2-way pagers equipped with Motorola's vClient. My Docs Online's products are available through www.mydocsonline.com, or through our partnerships with, AvantGo, Bell Mobility, Nextel, OmniSky and Palm.net. For more information about My Docs Online, visit our Web site at www.mydocsonline.com.
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