Monday, 24 February 2014

EXO UI enables BYOD for corporate use

EXO UI enables BYOD for corporate use by providing:

  • A secure productivity and collaborative area for all the users,

  • A create once deploy to many platform for developers,

  • Management tools for the IT, whatever the device EXO UI is running.

User Experience

What people notice at first use is the responsiveness and how easy it is to interact with the apps, even if it is on a watch.

  • Latency free. Using local static data and vector graphics, free of any transition, the UI reaches a new level of responsiveness. It allows users to be fast, this is addictive.

  • 100% useful. Focus on reducing the transitions and the number of steps and the number of options without reducing the scope help to provide a refreshing and productive experience

  • Guidelines enforced with UI objects and templates. From the icon to the text in the title bar, everything is made to help the user focus on his individual and collaborative activities with limited risk of errors

  • The touch areas are mapped with the largest possible areas, reducing the need of precision, with a direct impact on the level of stress.

  • 100% vector graphics and flat design makes everything looks easier. Focus on reducing the number of options without reducing the scope also help to provide a refreshing and productive experience

Apps Store

The user can find apps in the corporate store to customize his home pages.


EXO UI comes with standard applications such as the web browser, as well as with corporate templates developers can easily adapt for a multitude of needs.

Local apps

Local apps works offline and provides the minimum latency to the end user. Using

Web and cloud integration

Any URL can be converted into an app to provide to the users a direct access to the online service.
Several specific features are provided such as instant sharing, sandbox container and credential management with auto-login.

Hybrid apps

Local application mixed with web based rendering.
In the following example, the application can manage the offline mode but will provide limited service, as the map part is online based.

Data driven apps

Local application synchronising data with a web server via web APIs.
The data driven apps use local storage for static resources, and the web for live data. However, a snapshot is permanentely stored on the local device to enable use in offline mode.

Process oriented apps

Developers and advanced end users can implement and deploy processes related to the operations or to a project, and share it with the concerned persons.
Each app can contain several processes with the approval workflow and the request forms.

Synchronous and asynchronous collaboration

Mix of synchronous and asynchronous helps support classic scenarios: liave collaboration followed by individial productivity.


The admin panel provides a full control on the EXO UI whatever it is a personal or corporate device.

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