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Management Board Cortado AG: Carsten Mickeleit (CEO), Charlotte Künzell (CIO), Bernd Trappe (CTO) and Sven Huschke (CFO)
Managing Directors ThinPrint: Frank Hoffmann (CFO), Charlotte Künzell (CEO), Bernd Trappe (CTO) and Thorsten Hesse (CPO).
Managing Directors Cortado Mobile Solutions: Armin Lungwitz (CIO), Mathias Pröhl (CTO), Sven Huschke (CFO),
Managing Directors Teamplace: Sebastian Hauser (CMO), Ole Raack (CEO), Benjamin Schüler (CTO), Karsten Contantin (CIO) and Carsten Mickeleit (CFO).
Cortado Corporate Server
iOS 8.1 closes a security loophole with app extensions that were able to bypass the secure business container.
Already today , and with iOS 8 extensions support even more convenient: Cortado Corporate Server enables easy editing of files and secure saving back to the corporate file system.
Companies significantly underestimating their mobile printing potential
Fast Enrollment: integration of mobile devices into the IT environment via QR codes
Flexible iOS printing for all scenarios
Microsoft SharePoint can be used just like a network drive
Smart Sharing: Cortado Corporate Server enables data-friendly file sharing
Defining managed apps with the Management Console of Cortado Corporate Server
Cortado Corporate Server enables implementation of a secure enterprise mobility strategy with iOS devices. Cortado is also releasing a version for iOS 7 that perfectly complements the Apple OS.
Cortado Corporate Server ensures the iPad remains secure.
Cortado Corporate Server offers administration per Windows PowerShell
Cortado answers the BYOD challenge
With the HTML5 client of the Cortado Corporate Server almost all browser-enabled devices can be integrated into IT.
Cortado Corporate Server allows cross-platform integration of iPhone BlackBerry® Android smartphones into corporate IT.
Cortado Corporate Server integrates iPads into corporate IT.