NetQin to Demo Latest Mobile Security and Productivity Apps at 2011 Mobile World Congress
NetQin Mobile Inc., a major player in mobile security services will exhibit the latest mobile security and productivity applications including NetQin Anti-virus, NetQin Mobile Manager and NetQin Mobile Guard at Mobile World Congress 2011.
The applications are based on NetQin's cloud-client computing platform.
Mobile World Congress (News - Alert), running since 1987, is one of the most important dates of the year in regards to mobile technology. The 2011 Mobile World Congress will include a world-class thought leadership conference; an exhibition with more than 1,300 companies displaying the cutting-edge products and technology that will define the mobile future; an even bigger App Planet with the new Centre of the Apps Universe and an awards program that highlights the most innovative mobile solutions and initiatives from around the world.
The products that NetQin will showcase at the 2011 Mobile World Congress include: NetQin Mobile Anti-Virus; designed to protect mobile devices against viruses and malware, featuring "cloud + client" twin-engine scanning and real-time monitoring; network firewall protection; data backup & restoration and phone theft & loss protection.
Also feature is NetQin Mobile Manager; blocking unwanted calls and filtering spam SMS; backing up contacts; concealing contacts and communication, as well as protecting from distractions while on the road, the app allows the users more control of their phones.
NetQin Mobile Guard will also be featured, designed to optimize system performance while minimizing the power consumption, featuring Optimized system settings; cloud scan & online analysis; call rejection & SMS filter and network usage monitor.
In other company news, NetQin Mobile’s CEO and founder, Dr. Lin Yu, recently participated in an interactive discussion of 'What does the world really need to know about modern China?' at World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011 in Davos, Switzerland.
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Edited by Janice McDuffee