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StoragePoint.com Creates File Manager for WAP

WAP phones have received a fair amount of mindshare for their ability to access the web and email services and their potentially powerful use within the enterprise. One Application Service Provider has created a service enabling corporate clients to use their phones to transfer file amongst one another.

StoragePoint., which already supports the Windows, MacOS, and Linux platforms for their file management systems, has branched out into the WAP enabled phone market, supporting most major vendors of WAP phones.

Their product WebDrive, a platform independent SAN, is now available for phone users.

Contact StoragePoint.com: www.storagepoint.com

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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