CM First has created a new product, CM WebClient Hsync, which allows you to store data on your mobile device when you are out of range of a cell or WiFi signal, then synchronize with your application when you’re back in range. Using REST-based web services, CM Hsync enables communication between the device and back-end database servers. With CM Hsync, data will be stored and work can continue, until such time as synchronization becomes possible.
CM First will attend SenchaCon 2015 to announce the product at this leading Mobility Conference, which draws Enterprise users from around the world. SenchaCon runs from May 7-9 2015, in Santa Clara, CA.

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CM First Announces CM WebClient Hsync at SenchaCon 2015

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