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CREDANT(R) Technologies and CommonTime(R) Sign Agreement to Provide Integrated Security for Mobile-Enabled Enterprises

CREDANT(R) Technologies and CommonTime(R) Sign Agreement to Provide Integrated Security for Mobile-Enabled Enterprises

DALLAS, April 26 /PRNewswire/ -- CommonTime(R), a global leader in the provisioning of handheld computing solutions, connected or wireless and CREDANT(R) Technologies, the market leader in mobile device security, have agreed to integrate their respective products, CommonTime mSuite(TM) and CREDANT Mobile Guardian. Under the agreement CommonTime and CREDANT Technologies will jointly assist enterprises in complying with industry regulations and drive a balance between security and productivity for their mobile workforce.

"With the CREDANT solution, we are combining security to protect data that resides on mobile devices with our own trusted security. This enables us to protect mobile data against loss or regulatory breach; whether due to accident, negligence, or malice," says CommonTime CEO Nigel Mackrill. "CREDANT Technologies is recognized as the leader and most reputable security provider in the mobile space. Together, CommonTime and CREDANT Technologies provide the partnership that leading enterprises that are serious about security and productivity deserve."

The proliferation of handheld devices used to access corporate e-mail, store sensitive data and run critical business applications such as sales force automation drives the growing concern over security. That is why CommonTime, a global leader in the provisioning of handheld computing solutions, and CREDANT Technologies are working together to deliver an industry-leading solution for the enterprise. The combined solution provides a synchronized connection to Lotus Notes/Domino(R) and other critical applications while securing information stored on the mobile device to ensure regulatory compliance.

"A huge part of the wireless revolution comes from untethering the most powerful communication tools of our time -- smartphones and PDAs," said CREDANT Technologies President and CEO Bob Heard. "As the leader in mobile security software for the enterprise we will continue to move the market forward world-wide by supporting solutions that help to mobilize business processes, while mitigating risk and ensuring compliance through partnerships with industry leaders like CommonTime."

The combined solution, available now to CommonTime customers, is designed for departments and specific initiatives within large organizations as well as small-to-midsize enterprises with limited IT resources that need to minimize risk while providing centralized policy definition and creation for mobile workers.

About CommonTime Ltd.

CommonTime(R) is a global leader in the provisioning of handheld computing solutions, connected or wireless. Their products and services enables businesses, large and small, to harness the potential of mobile computing, for the lowest possible cost of ownership. The company has developed mobile Notes messaging solutions, and has mobilized core business applications in numerous major industries for leading companies. CommonTime is trusted by the world's leading enterprises including: Paramount, Daimler Chrysler, Rolex, Ernst & Young, and Vodafone. With the release of mSuite(TM) CommonTime(R) will provide corporations with the complete mobility solution, specifically designed to maximize business benefits and minimize costs. Partners include IBM, Lotus, palmOne, Symbian, Nokia, SonyEricsson, HP, Motorola, Sprint, Orange, Microsoft and Certicom. http://www.commontime.com

About CREDANT Technologies

CREDANT(R) Technologies is the market leader in providing security software that enables organizations to protect and control mobile devices throughout the enterprise. With CREDANT security, organizations minimize risk and ensure regulatory compliance while benefiting from the increased productivity mobility provides. CREDANT Mobile Guardian protects corporate data on smartphones, notebook computers, tablet PCs and PDAs with directory-integrated and centralized security policy management. Strategic partners and customers include Global 2000 companies such as Cisco Systems, CommonTime(R), CUNA Mutual, EDS, Extended Systems, Good Technologies, HP, IBM Global Services, Intel, Intermec, Microsoft, PalmOne, PalmSource, Schindler Elevator, Symbol and U.S. Army Medical Command. CREDANT is recognized as the visionary leader in mobile data protection and has been selected by Red Herring as one of the top 100 privately held companies and one of the top 100 Innovators for 2004. Austin Ventures, Menlo Ventures, Crescendo Ventures, Intel Capital and Cisco Systems are investors in CREDANT Technologies. For more information, visit http://www.credant.com .

CREDANT, CREDANT Technologies, the CREDANT Technologies logo, and the Be Mobile Be Secure tagline are trademarks or registered trademarks of CREDANT Technologies. All other names, brands or products referenced are the service marks, trademarks, or registered trademarks of their respective companies.

Contact: Mary Van Zandt Michelle Owens CREDANT Technologies M/C/C for CREDANT Technologies +1-972-458-5408 +1-972-480-8383 [email protected] [email protected] Web site: http://www.credant.com http://www.commontime.com

CREDANT Technologies

Mary Van Zandt of CREDANT Technologies, +1-972-458-5408, or [email protected] ; or Michelle Owens of M-C-C, +1-972-480-8383, or [email protected] , for CREDANT Technologies

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