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    Acronis Access, previously known as mobilEcho, provides simple, secure, and managed files access for Android users in businesses, schools and government agencies. Acronis Access empowers mobile users with anytime, anywhere access to their important files, delivering the full promise of mobile productivity and collaboration.

    Acronis Access allows access to files residing on Windows file servers, SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 & 365 servers, Acronis Access servers, and most other file servers and NAS devices.

    NOTE: The free Acronis Access app is used to access to your company's Acronis Access servers. Please contact your company's IT organization for details on setting up this app.

    Acronis Access empowers the Android users to:
    - Securely browse files located on enterprise file servers, SharePoint servers, NAS, and Acronis Access servers
    - Edit & create Office documents within the secure Acronis Access app
    --- Supports: DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX
    - Annotate PDF files within the secure Acronis Access app
    - Access their network home folder
    - Access files on Distributed File System (DFS) shares
    - Store files & folders locally on the mobile device for anytime, anywhere access
    - Automatically 1-way or 2-way sync folders and files from server to device
    - Print documents to network printers
    - Open files in other apps for viewing or editing
    - Receive files from other apps for saving to a server or storing locally
    - Copy or move files and folders between a server and mobile device or to another server
    - Create, rename, and delete files and folders on a server

    Acronis Access secures your organization’s files:
    - Encrypts all files stored on the device within the app
    - Encrypts all network communication with the secure HTTPS protocol
    - Enforces your organizations established access rights with Active Directory integration
    - Optionally prompts for an application password

    Your IT staff configures and manages Acronis Access:
    - Configure the Acronis Access app over the air (OTA) with policies for Active Directory users and groups
    - Set policies that can configure every aspect of Acronis Access, including app security settings, the servers, folders and home directories presented to users, and the enabling or disabling of app functions
    - Regulate access to Acronis Access using per-device app enrollment
    - Track the status of each device accessing Acronis Access
    - Selectively remote wipe all app configuration and in-app files on lost or stolen devices

    NOTE: This application uses a legacy menu button that can be accessed via a long press on the multitasking or back button on some modern devices.

    Tags: logo mobilecho , mobilecho , mobilecho miscellaneous fixes and improvements , mobilecho konfigurieren

    Users review

    from 164 reviews

    "Great"

    8.2

    Users comments

    Bentley Whitman

    by Bentley Whitman

    Jan 20, 2017  |  "OK"

    Allows fairly reliable access to files kept on my corporate server but being ambushed by random updates that delete server settings and require the app to be set up again is a real pain (this happens fairly regularly and you only find out when you really really need to get to a file). Also, sharing a file to my secure corporate Outlook app as an attachment to an email message ALWAYS results in a corrupted file structure that others can't read, so sharing is a major fail. I only use this because my company forces me to.

    Hernan Lara

    by Hernan Lara

    Feb 26, 2016  |  "Poor"

    No add button

    Carla Hawkins

    by Carla Hawkins

    Jan 04, 2016  |  "Poor"

    No menu button pops up

    Steve Banham

    by Steve Banham

    Jul 20, 2015  |  "Poor"

    No menu button to add server. Sort it.

    Tony Moore

    by Tony Moore

    Jun 24, 2015  |  "Poor"

    No menu button to add servers

    Jason Hidden

    by Jason Hidden

    May 18, 2015  |  "Good"

    Annoyingly associated with any file type - some files are unknown and Access attempts to open it.