The Awingu cloud service provides a central workspace that requires no configuration or software installation on a mobile device.
Make room for Awingu, a Ghent, Belgium-based developer of workspace business software, which has become the latest option on Microsoft’s Azure cloud.The deal, announced July 14 at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando, Fla., brings the unusually named company to the North American market for the first time. Awingu—the word itself has no meaning in any other language— is only three years old but has already carved out a large cloud services market niche in Europe.
The Awingu cloud service provides a central workspace that requires no configuration or software installation on a mobile device itself. Users can create documents, images, video, spreadsheets or anything else in any app they want on any device they want to use. All that is required is a user, an Internet connection, and an HTML 5 browser.