Code 42 Software to Present at MobCon 2012

Company to discuss cross-platform mobile development and enterprise mobility

Minneapolis — Nov 13, 2012 

Code 42 Software Inc., developers of award-winning, private and public cloud-based endpoint backup solutions for consumers, businesses and the enterprise, today announced it will present and exhibit at MobCon 2012. MobCon is the premier annual mobile conference giving top mobile and IT executives, strategists and organization leaders the opportunity to meet and share ideas regarding mobile technology, marketing, implementation and growth strategies. The event starts today and runs through Nov. 14, 2012 in Minneapolis.

“Mobile is a critical component of our go-to-market strategy for protecting and managing the world’s information,” said Matthew Dornquast, chief executive officer, Code 42 Software. “Code 42’s ability to develop and execute best-in-class apps across all mobile platforms simultaneously is something we’re very proud of.”

Justin Grammens, vice president of engineering at Code 42 Software, will take part in the “Cross Platform Mobile Development Tools: Panacea or False God?” panel discussion today from 2:30 – 3:15 p.m. CST. Attendees will learn how and when cross-platform environments help or hinder mobile efforts. Grammens will be joined by Nathan Clevenger, chief technology officer at ITR Mobility, and Stephen Fluin, chief security information officer at MentorMate, on the panel moderated by Liz Spolyar, project manager at MentorMate. Grammens leads Code 42’s mobile solutions team and also is the lead producer of the Mobile Twin Cities User’s Group and Mobile March, an annual conference targeting mobile business and development.

Also today, Code 42 client software architect Damon Allison will take part in the “Enterprise Mobility” panel discussion from 11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. CST. Allison joins Thomson Reuters’ senior systems engineer of mobility Ben Schleuss and David Mortman, chief strategy architect at enStratus Networks, on the panel to discuss potential solutions that combat cost and security risks while addressing the mission-critical nature of mobility for security, application management and financial management. Allison leads Code 42 Software’s iOS and OS X development team where he has written iOS applications for companies including Best Buy, General Mills, Cisco Systems and United Health.

Code 42’s CrashPlan PROe is the only enterprise backup solution that runs continuously; gives enterprise IT a single, powerful disaster recovery solution that’s easy to manage; and empowers end users with easy, self-service access to backed up files from any computer or mobile device. The CrashPlan PROe Mobile secure file retrieval app enables users to easily and securely access, download, view and share files backed up with PROe from any mobile device. Specifically, users can:

  • Instantly access downloaded files on the device, even when offline
  • Easily browse through files and folders – simply touch a file to download; touch additional files to place them in the download queue
  • View downloaded files right within the app – or open them in another compatible app – then share via email
  • Get the latest version of all downloaded files using One-Touch Update, which notifies a user when a newer version of a file has been backed up
  • Be certain access is secure since PROe Mobile supports all of CrashPlan’s robust encryption key options

To learn more or to register for MobCon 2012, visit