06.17.2008 08:00 AM
FusionOne platform protects licensed mobile content transfer

Answering the need of the mobile phone users whose phones are stolen, lost or damaged to restore their personal applications and content on replacement phones, mobile phone backup and migration services provider FusionOne has introduced a new platform for backing up and migrating licensed mobile content for wireless devices.

The Mobile Content Transfer Solution is built on FusionOne's MightyBackup Premium, which arbitrates the digital rights issues associated with moving licensed content from one mobile phone to another. MightyBackup affordably ensures that personal information, subscriptions and credits are automatically transferred to a new device.

For more information, visit www.fusionone.com/news/viewPress.php?pressID=164&year=2008.



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