SOURCE: Stoneware, Inc.

September 11, 2008 12:01 ET

Stoneware, Inc. Makes the Dell Inspiron Mini Unbeatable With webNetwork and webOS

INDIANAPOLIS, IN--(Marketwire - September 11, 2008) - Stoneware, Inc. announced support today for Dell's new entry into the netbook market, the Dell Inspiron Mini. The Mini is a netbook designed around the concept of access and portability, providing students and mobile workforces with simplified access to applications and information. Stoneware's webNetwork and webOS create a secure web environment enabling the Inspiron Mini to access an organization's applications and information from anywhere, at anytime.

"We see the Dell Inspiron Mini as a 'Game Changer' in 1 to 1 computing," states Todd Gibbs, VP of Strategic Sales for Stoneware, Inc. "Schools want to move applications and data off of the end device and back into the network, or 'cloud,' where management costs can be reduced and the device can better meet the needs of the student. Dell has truly created a new market segment where the device is designed around accessibility and allows educators to level the playing field for all students."

Stoneware's webNetwork and virtual web desktop, webOS, create a secure web access environment which delivers enterprise services to the Dell Inspiron Mini. Services such as network file access, directory integration, security, reporting, remote desktop, and application publishing are just a few of the integrated features.

About Stoneware

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Stoneware is a privately held corporation providing innovative software that delivers "Universal Web Access" to all of an organization's applications and information through a virtualized web desktop -- webOS. The company services various sectors including education, manufacturing, medical, legal, and financial industries. For more information about Stoneware, Inc. and Stoneware products, visit, or call 888-473-9485.

Contact Information

  • For more information contact:
    Todd Gibbs
    Sales, Stoneware