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Zamzar launches free file conversion via email

The Zamzar website, which converts files between formats, has launched a new service: it will now convert files submitted by email. This could be particular useful to smartphone users who are often emailed files that their device is unable to display.

February 10, 2012 by

India still demanding RIM BES email access

The Indian government has not blocked BlackBerry Enterprise Server services within the country, even though Research In Motion did not meet the 31 January deadline to comply with its demands.The Indian authorities are still demanding that the BlackBerry maker provide access to corporate email services that use BlackBerry Enterprise Server, according to The Economic Times of India.

February 2, 2011 by

Documents to Go update supports Palm Desktop for Vista beta

We talked about Palm Desktop support for Vista in MobileTechRoundup show #106 and I just received an email from DataViz announcing that Documents to Go 10.001 now supports the beta Palm Desktop for Vista. Documents to Go is an essential application for Treo and Palm device users who need to take and access their Office documents on the go so this was great news that comes closely on the heels of the Palm Desktop for Vista beta release. Documents to Go 10 also supports the Office 2007 file formats, as I mentioned back in April.

July 31, 2007 by

Documents To Go for Palm supports Office 2007 file formats

Back in December I posted the news that Office 2007 native file formats were incompatible with all mobile device operating systems. You could always have people save the documents in Office 2003 and earlier format and then email the document to you, but that isn't an efficient way to work. DataViz is the first mobile software developer to release an updated product that supports these new Office 2007 native file formats. Documents To Go 10 Premium Edition for Palm OS is now available for those of you with Treo 700p, Treo 680, Tungsten X, and other Palm devices.

April 3, 2007 by

ComputerWorld: IBM Workplace Client to Support Open Document Format in ´06

IBM officially announced support for OpenDocument Format in Workplace Managed Client 2.6....Inan announcement Sunday in India, IBM said it will add ODF support to theclient software to give customers more flexibility, since the standardallows files to be compatible with any office productivity suite or otherapplications that support the standard. Workplace Managed Client 2.6 willsupport Version 1.0 of the ODF standard, which is XML-based and was recentlyratified by Organization for the Advancement of Structured InformationStandards. IBM is a member of the OASIS technical committee that developedthe standard.  ... "I think it's something that will make life a lot easier for users,because they won't have to worry about proprietary file formats,"said Peter O'Kelly, an analyst at Midvale, Utah-based Burton Group. "Anyvendors using ODF make it easier for users; they won't be beholden to anybody."You'll find similar articles on a dozen other publicationsso far.  Good news. Link: ComputerWorld:IBM Workplace Client to Support Open Document Format in '06>

December 7, 2005 by

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