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Hypori Introduces Seamless App Mode in Latest ACE Product Suite Release

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With version 3.1 announced this week, virtual mobile infrastructure innovator Hypori is unveiling the new “Seamless app” mode of its Android Cloud Environment (ACE). The technology gives users secure, on-demand access to hosted Android apps, while allowing icon shortcuts to be presented as they ordinarily would be. This ensures that users of other platforms and operating systems remain in a familiar environment.

“Users enjoy the same look and feel they are accustomed to and see only the hosted apps, regardless of the OS they have chosen,” says Brian Vetter, Hypori CTO. He called the technology “another example of our dedication to user experience.”

“We want to make it easy for any IT admin to dynamically provision seamless apps to users,” added company CEO Justin Marston.

See Hypori’s ACE Product Suite 3.1 interface in the video below.

Seamless apps have the same security reliabilities as a full virtual device, including two-factor authentication, FIPS compliant TLS 1.2 encryption, and no data-at-rest on the end point. The platform also keeps the apps and its back-end services protected by keeping everything behind the enterprise network’s firewall.

Developed in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Defense, Hypori’s Virtual Mobile Infrastructure helps enterprises accommodate mobile devices and BYOD policies by separating physical devices from potentially sensitive apps and data. The platform gives users access from their iPhone, iPad, or Android mobile device to a secure, virtual mobile device in the cloud.

Hypori raised more than $7 million early this year, and more than $6 million in March, for a total capital of more than $14 million. In April 2015, Hypori announced that its ACE Client had been approved for use with classified data by the National Security Agency (NSA). In May, Hypori earned the 2015 Mobility Tech Zone Product of the Year Award from TMC, and in June, the company announced that its VMI supported Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

The Austin, Texas-based company formerly known as DroidCloud was founded in 2012. Hypori will demo its technology live in New York at FinovateFall 2015. Early-bird savings are still available, so visit our registration section today.