Displaying items by tag: Contacts

GUEST OPINION: The road to the cloud follows two common paths: via economical first-party migration tools from public cloud providers or third-party solutions from specialist vendors.

Published in Guest Opinion

Austrian open source software development company grommunio has announced that its groupware, of the same name, can be used to replace Microsoft Exchange.

Published in Business Software

Mobile virtual network operator Boost Mobile says Telstra, whose mobile services it resells, is working on a major shift in implementation of a new digital stack over the next 12 months for Boost.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 10:13

Finding a business card in a Haystack

An Australian startup thinks it has figured out how to do electronic business cards properly.

Sunday, 18 May 2014 10:40

Review - CardNet for iOS

Easily store and organise business contact information with this handy organiser, that includes business card scanning and OCR functionality.

Published in Software
Monday, 21 October 2013 13:12

HealthShare selects Oracle for growth

The services delivery arm for NSW Health, HealthShare NSW, has selected Oracle systems to deploy a new technology platform to assist with the organisation’s strategic growth program.

Published in Deals
Friday, 15 February 2013 09:04

Brewster fills iOS contacts with social scrapings

Brewster Address Book combines contact details stored on an iPhone or iPad with Internet sources and displays the information dynamically.

Published in Mobility
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Wednesday, 15 December 2010 10:48

Google Contacts gains Mulligan option

One of the problems with synchronising data between devices is the opportunity it presents for a major foul-up. Recognising this, Google has added a 'do over' feature to Google Contacts.




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