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Symantec's fourth quarter was solid as was its outlook relative to expectations, but a new management team said more efficiency is needed.
Xobni, which already offers rich contact management to Outlook users, unveils its first client and plug-in for smartphones
Remember when I talked about how U.S. government employees throw out millions of pages every day? Well, on a more hopeful note, I came across a CMSWire article from earlier this year about the impact the new Obama administration may have on records management in the future. Marisa Peacock speaks of the document management industry’s bright outlook
There's a lot to like in the first beta of Exchange 2010, from storage improvements to new high availability tools and better integration with the cloud, not to mention Outlook Web Access support for Firefox and Safari. But not everyone will be impressed by the lack of a 32-bit GUI management client.
At the Greentech Media and Groom Energy, Enterprise Carbon Accounting Summit in Burlingame, Calif., venture capitalists discuss the outlook of investing in smart grids, carbon management, and energy-monitoring tools.
It could be corporate policy or personal preferences that pushed you to use Microsoft Outlook. Whatever the reason is, your Outlook...
At the Greentech Media and Groom Energy, Enterprise Carbon Accounting Summit in Burlingame, Calif., venture capitalists discuss the outlook of investing in smart grids, carbon management, and energy-monitoring tools. At debate is how to invest capital in an efficient way.
Small businesses seeking robust, powerful and affordable CRM software will find that ACT! by Sage 2009 fits the bill perfectly.
"As a user of Evercontact for Outlook I'm pleased with its automation and accuracy. But most of all, I get peace of mind knowing that...
I don't think that IT as a corporate resource can continue to avoid the huge opportunity for providing value to the corporate leadership by being the automated and integrated means to execute on the outcomes from various disjointed facets of business management. Some day, perhaps, to manage the SOA is to invoke change and agility across IT resources comprehensively, top-down and bottom-up.
Mindjet has just announced a new webinar event featuring Nick Duffill of Gyronix who will demonstrate how his company's ResultsManager add-in for MindManager can be used to implement a GTD-inspired time and task management system based on dynamically generated mind maps that can optionally synchronize with your Outlook data. I've used this combination to manage important projects and found it a very useful way to maintain perspective on the status of the project and its milestones and communicate that information to my team in a very visual and compelling way.
ClearContext Inbox Management System, an add-in for Outlook that performs some serious Inbox magic, has been released with full support for the new Outlook 2007 release. ClearContext uses a combination of filters, toolbars, and behavioral learning to sort the contents of your Inbox to put the most important messages front and center for your review and action.
Melissa Macbeth has posted a terrific guide to setting Outlook 2007 up for GTD use on her Time and Task Management blog.
Exciting news for e-mail overload victims from ClearContext. Brad Meador reports that the company is hard at work adapting their Information Management System to the new user interface and capabilities in Outlook 2007 and that they are planning a major release while Outlook 2007 is still in beta.
Melissa Macbeth of Microsoft has been blogging on the topic of time and task management in Outlook - a subject near and dear to my heart. I co-wrote a training class for Microsoft Learning on the topic with Jeremy Wright last year and have been discussing Outlook as a productivity platform for years.
At the When 2.0 workshop, Open Source Application Foundation Chair Mitch Kapor addressed the status of Chandler, OSAF's evolving Personal Information Manager (and answer to Microsoft Exchange and Outlook) that will integrate calendar, email, contacts, task management, notes, and instant messaging.
Optus has reassured acquisition target Alphawest it is "very much interested" in its information management arm, allaying the IT service provider's concerns over the outlook for the business under the SingTel-owned carrier's stewardship, a senior Alphawest executive said.
Last week I went to the Churchill Club panel discussion, "Buy, Sell or Hold: The Outlook for Technology Stocks," at Ricky's Hyatt in Palo Alto. The A-list tech investor panelists were Matt L’Heureux of Goldman Sachs, Roger McNamee of Integral Capital Partners and Michael Murphy of Murphy Investment Management.
Do you have so much e-mail you don't know how to cope? Or are you tired of watching the clock every time Outlook searches your inbox? These four e-mail management applications can help.
The decision of which e-mail client to use is critical for many businesses, since this is the most commonly used (and depended upon) application in the office. From a management perspective, Outlook 2003 offers some valuable new features, but you’ll need to consider carefully the cost of those features when deciding whether to upgrade.
One of the most versatile contact managers on the market, GoldMine 6.0 should be considered by individuals as well as companies of all sizes.
ACT! 6.0 adds a bevy of new features, including integration with Outlook. For first-time customer relationship management users, it's a solid and usable choice, but GoldMine remains the more powerful program.
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