OpenXML support for Mobile Devices from DataViz
I just installed DataViz's Documents To Go on my phone. It's very cool.
DataViz announced on May 15th that they've added support for OpenXML on Windows Mobile devices ...
Milford, CT, May 15, 2007 – DataViz®, Inc., the leading provider of Office compatibility solutions for over 23 years, today announced the release of Documents To Go® Premium Edition version 3 for Microsoft® Windows Mobile 5.0 Smartphone and 6 Standard devices. The latest version of the award-winning mobile Office suite enables users to open and view Microsoft Office Word and Excel 2007 files in their native .docx and .xlsx format on their devices. The new Open XML based file format, introduced in Microsoft’s latest productivity suite, Office 2007, was commercially released earlier this year. Documents To Go is available for a wide variety of Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6 Standard devices including the Motorola Q, Orange SPV E650, HTC S710 (HTC Vox), Samsung BlackJack, T-Mobile Dash, T-Mobile SDA, Cingular 3125, Cingular 2125 and more.
“As more and more businesses upgrade to Office 2007, the use of these files on mobile devices will become standard practice,” said Danny Tu, Documents To Go Product Manager, DataViz, Inc. “Documents To Go is ready to support these file types giving users the flexibility to access their sales numbers, contracts and other critical files on the go.”
But they also offer their product on Palm OS and will soon deliver it for Blckberry, Plus they're advertising Mac support too ...
This is cool - and it shines a bright light on some of the
fud uninformed comment I've been hearing recently.