TORONTO, July 13, 2016 – Awingu, a developer of innovative workspace aggregator software, today announced at the Microsoft Partner Conference taking place in Toronto the launch of Awingu 3.2, and the introduction of a new ‘All-in-One’ application for the Azure Marketplace. Awingu software aggregates all company files and applications into one, online workspace that is accessed from any device with an html5 browser. The web-based solution simplifies how companies use remote access and offers an affordable solution for BYOD and mobility trends in the workplace.
A key enhancement to Awingu 3.2 is the integration with a multitude of SaaS services (software as a service). While previous versions already had a unique ability to bring older, legacy applications to an html5 browser, Awingu 3.2 brings workspace aggregation to a new level by integrating popular SaaS services. Another benefit is only having to log in once into your Awingu workspace from any browser to be automatically signed into all your SaaS services or legacy applications.
To enable this Single-Sign-On (SSO) with a multitude of SaaS services, Awingu developed direct connectors into popular services such as Office 365, Salesforce and Google Apps for Work. Additionally, it smoothly integrates with leading IDaaS (Identify as a Service) solutions such as Microsoft Azure AD and Okta. Through these services, businesses can smoothly connect with over 4000 SaaS services from their online Awingu workspace.
“With Awingu 3.2 customers can now deploy a fully mobile workspace in a matter of minutes and we are excited that they are doing this by integrating with Azure AD and the Azure Marketplace,” says Steven Guggenheimer, Corporate Vice President & Chief Evangelist, Microsoft. Offering the ‘Awingu All-in-One’ on Azure marketplace will significantly shorten and smoothen the creation of a complete workspace environment in the Azure Cloud. Using a simple installation wizard, IT administrators can setup and configure Awingu and back-end applications servers in a matter of minutes.
“Since announcing our collaboration with Microsoft at the U.S. Microsoft Partner Conference last year in Florida, our relationship with Microsoft has become even more strategic, as seen today with the launch of the ‘Awingu All-in-One’ that was specifically built for the Azure Marketplace,” says Walter Van Uytven, CEO of Awingu.
Today’s office environment typically combines SaaS, Web, Windows Server, Desktop and older legacy applications. Awingu ‘aggregates’ all of these together in one single and user-friendly workspace in the browser. Businesses can build on existing investments and typically don’t need to change things to their current IT. Within a matter of hours, all company applications can be securely accessed from one online workspace from any device. This means big cost savings for businesses since they don’t need to change a thing to their current IT. To view a product demo or learn more visit www.awingu.com.
Awingu develops software to simplify enterprise mobility and liberate legacy applications. Our software aggregates all company files and applications into one, secure online workspace that is accessed from any device using an HTML5-based browser. Awingu mobilizes all company applications without disrupting how you run your IT and works with any cloud services. No agent is required on personal or corporate devices, and collaboration and file sharing are as simple as sending a URL. IT assets remain centrally secure and no data footprint is ever left behind for a safe way to implement BYOD. Awingu is headquartered in Ghent, Belgium with affiliate offices in New York and San Francisco. Visit www.awingu.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.