DejaOffice App Secures Nexus 7 Tablet with Encrypted Contacts and Calendar, and Secure USB Sync with Microsoft Outlook

by | Aug 13, 2013 | IT

Mobile professionals need access to client data while on the road. DejaOffice delivers a full-featured offline Office App that hold data securely and discretely. 

August 8, 2013, Portland, OR – CompanionLink Software ships DejaOffice, the only Android app that includes Contacts, Calendar, Tasks, Notes, Journal and Categories for the new Google® Nexus 7® tablet.  DejaOffice features secure USB, encrypted Wi-Fi, and proprietary cloud sync to PC Outlook 2013, Outlook 2010, and Outlook 2007, Act!, and IBM® Notes.  Mobile professionals see this as an ideal solution to organize office phone numbers, weekly schedule, and critical tasks on a lightweight tablet.  DejaOffice also works on Samsung® Galaxy Tab®, Galaxy Note, iPad®, iPad mini, Xperia, and PlayBook and is compatible with all brands of smartphones.

“A business professional on vacation can an easier time relaxing if their office data is accessible,” says Wayland Bruns, CEO of CompanionLink.  “You may need to call a client or organize your task and calendar list.  But you also want to share your tablet with your daughter, or hand it to your spouse for a Google search.  When you encrypt DejaOffice, you unlock your data for the time you use it, and it will automatically lock in a few minutes. The built-in AES 256-bit encryption secures your data.”

DejaOffice is a free app in the Google Play store and Apple® App Store®.  For secure Outlook sync, you will need CompanionLink for Outlook, a $49.95 product from their website:  For those with Office 365 subscriptions, CompanionLink Software has published a How-To Guide to download and synchronize Outlook 2013 directly and securely to any tablet or phone.

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