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Accellion Launches kiteworks Team Starter so Mobile Teams Can Get Productive

Teams Now Able to Easily Get Productive With Mobile File Sharing Solution That Makes IT Happy

PALO ALTO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/14 -- Accellion, Inc., the pioneer in providing mobile file sharing and collaboration solutions to enterprise organizations that enable increased business productivity while ensuring security and compliance, today announced the launch of kiteworks Team Starter, the fastest way to get teams working productively and securely on mobile devices. Its mobile first design and pre-configured security and administrative settings enable mobile teams to quickly realize increased productivity, while letting IT teams rest easy, knowing that enterprise data is secure.

With kiteworks Team Starter, Accellion is bridging the gap between IT teams and end users, by providing a mobile solution that is easy to use, while ensuring data security. kiteworks Team Starter gets teams up and running fast, for secure mobile collaboration and file sharing across organizational boundaries and across devices. It was designed with a mobile-first perspective, so that the user's experience is seamless across all devices, from smartphone to tablet to laptop to desktop. It includes innovative, industry-first features such as the kiteworks Move Tray, which streamlines the way people share files via mobile devices, as well as an Activity Stream that lets users see at-a-glance which files have been shared, edited or downloaded.

"With the rapid adoption and proliferation of mobile devices within the workplace, IT recognizes the need to equip users with mobile solutions that enable productivity improvements, while also protecting data security," said Paula Skokowski, CMO at Accellion. "By using kiteworks Team Starter, users can quickly start sharing, editing and collaborating on files with internal and external team members, while IT is reassured by the pre-configured enterprise-grade security settings. It's a win-win solution for IT and users across industries."

Other productivity enhancing features included within kiteworks are an integrated set of tools for creating, editing and annotating Microsoft Office documents on mobile devices and features for file-centric collaboration, and the assignment and management of file-based tasks. In addition to the content capabilities, the kiteworks Team Starter solution provides a simple administrative dashboard that lets team leaders add up to 15 users. Team Starter comes pre-configured with Accellion's secure encryption and robust security capabilities, so that management of the solution is easy and efficient, and data remains secure and private.

To learn more about how the kiteworks Team Starter package can improve your team's productivity on mobile devices, visit our site: www.accellion.com/solutions/kiteworks-for-your-team.

About Accellion
Accellion, Inc. is an award-winning private company that provides mobile solutions to enterprise organizations that enable increased business productivity while ensuring security and compliance. As the leading provider of private cloud solutions for secure file sharing, Accellion offers enterprise organizations the scalability, flexibility, control and security to enable a mobile workforce with the tools they need to create, access and share information securely, wherever work takes them. More than 12 million users and 2,000 of the world's leading corporations and government agencies including Procter & Gamble; Indiana University Health; Kaiser Permanente; Lovells; Bridgestone; Harvard University; Guinness World Records; US Securities and Exchange Commission; and NASA use Accellion solutions to increase business productivity, protect intellectual property, ensure compliance and reduce IT costs. For more information please visit www.accellion.com or call (650) 485-4300. Follow Accellion's Blog, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

Accellion and kiteworks are registered trademarks of Accellion, Inc. in the US and other countries. All other trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.

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