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Vox Mobile Collaborates with NQ Mobile(TM) to Provide Enterprise Mobile Security

BEIJING and DALLAS, Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- NQ Mobile (NYSE NQ), a leading global provider of mobile Internet services, and Vox Mobile, a leading provider of managed mobility solutions for enterprise, today announced their collaboration to integrate and offer enterprise endpoint mobile security solutions to Vox Mobile customers globally.

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NQ Mobile's security features provide enterprise customers and their employees with the privacy and security features they need to protect their businesses by securing sensitive device data from mobile threats and unsecure mobile environments.

NQ Mobile's enterprise mobile security solution takes advantage of its proprietary, cloud-based security solution, which has been recognized by third-party testing facilities around the world as the most effective solution for detecting and combating mobile threats. With approximately 242 million user accounts in over 150 countries, NQ Mobile is the only mobile developer to approach security and privacy holistically; developing consumer and enterprise solutions that deliver complete protection for your devices, your personal information and your loved ones.

"As the largest global provider of mobile security solutions, NQ Mobile is pleased to announce our collaboration with Vox Mobile," said Omar Khan, Co-Chief Executive for NQ Mobile. "BYOD enterprise users are demanding endpoint mobile security and privacy solutions and our partnership with Vox Mobile enables us to jointly address this market need."

"As an effect of BYOD and workforce deployment programs, our enterprise clients believe that it is no longer a question of if they will add Android solutions to their mobile environments but a question of when. Given NQ's world-class security capabilities, 2013 should be the year that Android gains acceptance in the enterprise," offered Kris Snyder, Chief Executive Officer for Vox Mobile.

Capabilities of NQ Mobile's enterprise security solution:

  • Award-Winning Mobile Security: Fights malware, spyware, phishing, viruses, hacking, and more.
  • Privacy Protection:  Protects the data stored on your phone, ensuring that your social networking, email, and financial accounts can't be hacked and your  personal calls can't be recorded. Password-protects your confidential messages and call logs. Hides your private contacts and messages folder.
  • Anti-Theft/Anti-Loss:  Remotely locates, locks, or deletes information from a lost or stolen mobile device, and sounds an alarm to help you find it.
  • Backup and Restore: Safely and seamlessly stores your contacts so you can easily access them from any Web browser.
  • System Optimization: Provides control over running apps and power consumption.
  • Traffic Monitoring: Provides real-time updates on data usage and caps on maximum data usage.

About Vox Mobile

Since 2004, enterprises in North America and around the globe have come to rely every day on Vox Mobile solutions to ensure their mobile connected workforces are productive, their mobile data is secure and their business models are benefiting from business anywhere capabilities. Vox Mobile is a Gartner-recognized leader in Managed Mobility Services (MMS) providing world-class support and services to over 600 organizations throughout the US and Canada. Vox Mobile's six category-leading products include Advise (strategic consulting), Deploy (device configuration and deployment), Assist (24/7 Help Desk), Command (platform monitoring and management), Control (expense and program management), and Source (customized procurement portals and services). As a founding member of the Global Enterprise Mobility Alliance (GEMA), Vox Mobile provides global, follow-the-sun, in-country support in 41 languages. Vox Mobile operates 24/7 support centers in Cleveland, Ohio and Waterloo, Ontario and sales and consulting offices throughout North America. For more information visit www.voxmobile.com.

About NQ Mobile

NQ Mobile Inc. (NYSE: NQ) is a leading global provider of trusted mobile Internet services built on its world-class acquisition, engagement and monetization platform. The company was one of the first to recognize the growing security threats targeting smartphone users and now has about 242 million registered and 85 million active user accounts globally. NQ Mobile's cloud-based trust platform has been recognized by third-party testing facilities around the world as the most effective solution for detecting and combating mobile threats. NQ Mobile is recognized as a global pioneer in mobile innovation and technology leadership. NQ Mobile maintains dual headquarters in Dallas, TX, USA and Beijing, China. For more information on NQ Mobile, please visit http://www.nq.com

Media Contacts:

Jim Haviland
Chief Marketing Officer

Vox Mobile

+1 216 849 9963

[email protected]

Kim Titus
NQ Mobile
+1 972 841 0506
[email protected]

SOURCE NQ Mobile Inc.

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