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With eVoice, small businesses can now make it simpler for customers or prospects to initiate a phone conversation.
In a surprise move Monday night, popular software blog Download Squad became the latest tech casualty in Huffington/AOL's so-called 'consolidation' of its content sites. In an end-of-the-day email, Download Squad's staff was told that the blog was closed and they were jobless, effective immediately.
Of late, many of my organisational computational tools are online (Google Apps for company email, contacts, calendar and presentations; WordPress, Eventbrite, MailChimp, Google Analytics, bit.ly, Vimeo, and DreamHost panel for my website; Remember The Milk todo manager, NetVibes feed reader, online banking, Flickr for my blog… you get the idea).
Google has introduced an email continuity package for organisations running on-premises email systems, promising to provide cloud-based synchronous back-up.The service, Google Message Continuity, was announced by Google Apps group product manager Rajen Sheth in a company blog post on Thursday.
Do suppliers now believe that posts on their blogs can replace direct contact with industry observers, industry influencers and customers? Microsoft seems to think so.
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Google's Postini security unit added two new features---Dual Delivery and a reporting addition dubbed Health Check---to its security services.According to a blog post, Google's Postini Services is adding Dual Delivery, which allows a copy of email to be delivered to two different mail hosts.
Yesterday was my first day writing for the Googling Google blog. Nothing fancy, just a "Hi there" and a Microsoft vs. Google piece. And next thing I know, I have an email from my mom saying, "You certainly received some negative feedback on the proxy post..."
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Had an interesting discussion the other day with PineApp, a company that builds email archiving systems for SMEs.It was a follow-up from a discussion started by my blog here about whether email archiving wasn't overkill for an SME.
Updated: Installing the Google Apps Sync plug-in apparently prevents Outlook to search your email data.According to Microsoft's Outlook blog, Google's much ballyhooed effort to sync Apps and Outlook disables Windows Desktop Search, which indexes your email data and searches it.
By Bill KallmanThis guest blog is penned by Bill Kallman, CEO of Scayl, a direct, unlimited secure email solution, a longtime VC and real estate investor. He was a founding director of Streamcast, one of the defendant's in the landmark MGM v Grokster ruling.
There have been blog subscription offerings on the Amazon Kindle since its launch a couple years ago, but the offerings were quite limited. I just received the following email for the new self-publishing tool, Kindle Publishing for Blogs Beta, that allows bloggers to get their blog onto the Kindle Store. I submitted my ZDNet blogs a long time ago and my submissions seemed to disappear into a black hole. Hopefully this program works better for bloggers looking to get onto the Kindle.
I get a lot of email from readers of this blog (and yes, I do read all of it, even if I never manage to get around to replying) and sometimes I get in a cracking question that's idea for a group discussion. Here's one from Lynne:In your experience which tech company offers the best and/or worst customer service experience?
My ZDNet Mobile Gadgeteer blog has thousands of RSS subscribers and I noticed that this still rather young Smartphones & Cell Phones blog has just a few of you subscribed to the feed. Thus, as a weekend public service announcement I wanted to make you aware that you can subscribe via RSS using your favorite client and know when I post new articles. Did you know you can also sign up for email alerts if you don't use RSS?
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft reboots borked Windows 7 BetaThe Windows Blog: Here's where we standJoe Brockmeier: Windows 7 as "Linux killer"?
Here are today’s notable headlines. You can get News To Know via email alert and RSS daily:Ed Bott: Six Vista annoyances fixed in Windows 7CES Coverage:Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft at CES: Zune Mobile, no; Win 7 Beta 1, yesLive-blog: Ballmer kicks off CES 2009CES 2009: Summing up Ballmer's first keynote [day 2]Andrew Nusca: CES 2009: Meet Samsung's iPod killer, the touchscreen P3 [day 2]CES 2009: New Samsung megazoom, 16.
I wrote about the Nokia Email client a few months ago and then last month at Nokia World they announced an updated version was coming. I just read on the Nokia Beta Labs blog that this updated Nokia Messaging version is now available to try out in beta form. There are a ton of improvements in this latest update, many directly addressing the concerns I had with things such as subfolders/labels in Gmail, syncing sent mail to your sent folder online, and faster performance.
Maybe you saw the IBM announcement or the NY Times blog posting on it. iPhone now can run iNotes, a lightweight application for access to Lotus Notes email, calendaring, and contacts.
After publishing a guest blog on enterprise communities, I received what appeared to be a cross between a sales pitch and cease-and-desist email from a branding business. How is this approach good branding?
Our old friend David Berlind is proposing that traditional Exchange/Notes email servers be banished in favor of Gmail, arguing that it is not a case of 'if' but 'when' enterprise starts shifting email (and calendaring) to the Internet cloud:It's only a matter of time before the remaining rub on Gmail is history and your CFO starts asking questions about that long-running cost center associated with your e-mail and calendaring systems.
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has admitted that some of its staff have been forwarding passwords with password protected material.An email that was leaked on the 'Dizzy Thinks' blog on Thursday from DWP said:"I have been advised of instances where password protected data has been sent out with the password being sent separately as detailed in Security Notice 02/07.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 Perfectly legal ways you can still get Windows 7 cheap (or even free)
- 2 How much does an iPhone 6 really cost? (Hint: It's way more than $199)
- 3 31 ways to improve your iPhone's battery life
- 4 Seven privacy settings you should change immediately in iOS 8
- 5 Review: Tile Bluetooth tag (verdict: Great)