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GLOBO And Digital Management (DMI) Announce Strategic Partnership

GLOBO Customers Will Have Access to 24x7x365 Technical and Help Desk Support

NEW YORK and BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- GLOBO (LSE:AIM: GBO), an international leader and technology innovator delivering mobile, SaaS and telecom software products and services, and Digital Management, Inc. (DMI), a global leader in managed mobility services and mobile app development, today announced a partnership providing 24x7x365 customer help and technical support to GLOBO enterprise customers. The new partnership will enable GLOBO to better serve and expand its growing U.S. business by delivering top-quality service and support to the company's North American enterprise customers.

GLOBO with its GO!Enterprise platform, offers a complete, fully-secure mobility solution for enterprises and small to medium-sized businesses that need to mobilize their business operations to enhance productivity and to implement a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.

GO!Enterprise is the comprehensive Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) platform that covers all aspects of enterprise mobility including productivity and collaboration suite, development and management of business apps, and uncompromised implementations of BYOD strategy and policies.

DMI, through its subsidiary, Mission Critical Wireless (MCW), delivers a comprehensive set of managed mobility services, including 24x7 mobile help desk support, application management and device management services. MCW services ensure a seamless experience for user and IT support, system administration, monitoring and maintenance that results in improved uptime, and enhanced performance and security.

"As today's technology savvy businesses provide their employees with smartphones and tablets, MCW will be a trusted source to support business customers using GO!Enterprise's mobility software on a vast array of devices and operating systems," said Costis Papadimitrakopoulos, GLOBO's CEO. "2013 will be a historic year for GLOBO and this strategic partnership continues to solidify us as an industry leader in the enterprise mobility sector."

"Today's announcement with international enterprise mobility leader GLOBO represents a powerful opportunity for DMI and MCW to expand our exposure to a variety of mobile offerings," said Dan Croft, CEO of Mission Critical Wireless. "Not only does the partnership enable us to focus our combined energies to deliver industry-leading mobile management solutions, but it reinforces our commitment to support a broad range of the world's leading mobility management solutions."

About GLOBO
GLOBO PLC (LSE-AIM:GBO), is an international leader and technology innovator delivering mobile, SaaS and telecom software products and services. GLOBO has established itself as one of the market leaders in the ICT market, offering a wide range of products and services to the corporate, public and consumer markets. The Group operates internationally through subsidiaries and offices in US, UK, Europe, Middle East and South East Asia. For more information visit the company's website at www.globoplc.com.

About DMI
DMI is a leading provider of mobile solutions and services for smart devices. Our commitment to excellence in Enterprise Mobility and Cybersecurity Solutions, Strategic Consulting, Managed Services, and Application Development has resulted in dramatic growth and an expanding global client base that includes hundreds of commercial clients and all fifteen U.S. Federal Departments. Headquartered in Bethesda, MD, we have offices in New York, Barcelona, Chicago, Pune, London, and Washington D.C. We've been named one of the 50 Best Places to Work in the Washington DC area by the Washington Business Journal, and we were recently awarded Inc. Magazine's Hire Power Award as one of the Top 100 Job Creators in the United States. For more information visit the company's website at www.DMInc.com.

SOURCE GLOBO; Digital Management, Inc. (DMI)

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