Microsoft has purchased email startup Acompli, which makes iOS and Android mobile e-mail applications, for an undisclosed amount.
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HP's enhanced 3PAR StoreServ 7450 array aims to provide scalability and affordability that broadens its use to a wider range of mission-critical applications.
With the multitudes of accounts we have to deal with for email, social networking and other applications that require password authentication, we need a better solution.
Despite ongoing concerns over security, smaller companies are investing in a wider array of cloud-hosted business applications.
The dizzying array of cloud applications and services available to small businesses is overwhelming, but resources like Small Business Web and AppClick help companies sort through their options.
Rackspace plans to allow customers to integrate cloud email services into applications and Web sites without an email server.
This affordable utility provides an easier way to compress and email large files, and integrates well with Microsoft Office applications.
Although the enterprise cloud is well suited for commodity applications like email, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s ready for applications like email.
Yahoo! Marketing Dashboard includes applications for Web site traffic analysis, following a company's online reputation, and tracking email and SOC campaigns.
The quango that channels government loans and grants to UK students has launched an internal investigation after it attached the email addresses of more than 8,000 students to a mass email.The Student Loans Company (SLC) was emailing the students to remind them to complete their finance applications, but "mistakenly included a spreadsheet containing the 8,400 student email addresses [it was] contacting", the non-departmental public body admitted on Wednesday.
The British telecoms company will provide a secure intranet and platform for email, web hosting and applications for more than 600 public-sector agencies using the PSN
Opportunistic programmers are typically not interested in writing large office suites, web browsers and email programs. Instead, they like writing small, fun and useful little programs. Thanks to a tool called Quickly, the Linux development ecosystem should get a more diverse range of applications.
Come on now people, let the Palm OS apps go and move on to the future of mobile technology. I received an email notifying me that MobiHand and MotionApps announced the grand opening of the MobiHand Classic App Store that is dedicated to offering those ancient Palm OS apps to run in the MotionApps Classic Palm OS emulator. It seems a bit sad that there are still so few apps for the WebOS and Palm Pre while the Classic Palm OS emulator has to be promoted as the place to get applications.
Can we build our phone systems as standardized applications or services that will easily plug into the rest of our IT infrastructures?That's the promise of service oriented communications, which could convert communications and communications channels (voice, text, conference calls, email, IM) into software, so we can better integrate it into everything else we're doing.
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Matthew Miller: Welcome Palm Web OS, now what happens with Palm OS 5 applications?
One thing I like about current Nokia devices is that they are quite open to supporting a wide range of individual and enterprise needs with services and applications designed to help you out. I enjoy their support of Exchange ActiveSync on my E71 and other devices so I was pleased to hear the latest news on a conference call yesterday. Nokia and IBM announced today that they are partnering to bring enterprise users Lotus Notes Traveler to the S60 3rd Edition platform. Gartner data shows that IBM has a 40% share of corporate email revenue and now with Nokia's support of Microsoft Exchange, Novell Groupwise, and others Nokia supports almost all corporate email solutions with their devices.
Brendan Eich, CTO of Mozilla, says that people are communicating differently using less email and more text messaging. As Firefox evolves, he plans to build whatever features users need into the browser. Eich predicts that eventually email clients could be entirely consumed by the web.
I'm giving serious thought to switching our school to Google Apps from our current ISP's email system this coming summer. Only teachers and staff have access to district email right now; the switch would provide students, teachers, and staff with school email accounts and access to the suite of Google Applications, enabling easier integration of home and school work, as well as secure, archived communications (Google Apps can now provide FRCP-compliant archiving at $8.
One of my current activities include checking up on the Android Market offerings a couple of times a day because there is lots of activity going on there as developers roll out applications. However, I have several questions about how things are appearing in the Market (that were just echoed by a reader who sent me an email). I currently have something like 25+ applications loaded on the device (with only a miserable 12MB of memory left). When I visit the Android Market I like to view the By Date tab so I can see what has been added since I last visited. What appears though is not what was last added and I am confused about what is going on here.
Exchange and its cotierie is widely acklowledged as coming with an agilty deficit and at a premium TCO -- but with commodity-priced features and functions. For all intents and purposes, email, calendar, files foldering, and even unified messaging functions are free, or at least low-cost features of larger applications function sets or suites.
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