Mango Now Supported by SMEStorage Cloud File Manager for Win7 Mobile

This week it was announced that SMEStorage for Windows Phone 7 now includes support for the Windows 7 Mango update. Other new features include upload functionality, social network file sharing, more integration with Windows Phone Pictures hub and more.

Businesses and developers who are already using the SMEStorage Cloud File Server, which is used to unify information from 30 different sources, as well as those who have a heterogeneous mobile policy, will find the update to be especially useful. SMEStorage Cloud File Manager for Windows Phone 7 can be found at the Windows Market.

This week it was announced that SMEStorage for Windows Phone 7 now includes support for the Windows 7 Mango update. Other new features include upload functionality, social network file sharing, deeper integration with Windows Phone Pictures hub and more.

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