Microsoft SharedView is a fast, easy way to share documents and screen views with small groups of coworkers; anytime, anywhere. Use SharedView to collaborate - create, convey, and communicate…across physical boundaries, through firewalls, and down to the smallest details.
Every once and a while (ok probably more than that) I stumble upon a new application that I had not even considered thinking about. Creedo is that application of today.
This little application actually runs on an external USB drive and supports the mobile office (without a laptop concept).
If I take my tiny Segate 160GB drive with me to on a trip and don't carry my computer, I can literally plug this drive into any computer, run all of my documents AND APPLICATIONS and when I am done and log off there is no trace of my work left behind.
As glued to my laptop as I am I am not sure when I might use this (maybe when traveling if my laptop dies) but the concept is mind opening.
Actually I have been in presentations with professional speakers facing a failed laptop issue and by golly the above totally eliminates a part of that risk.
Some of you know that I am a bit of an application addict and as such I tend to be working with new applications on a regular basis. Today I organized all my download folders and was reminded of this gem. Perhaps an add-in you might want to roll out for 2007.
Are you one of those people who either CC's your whole mailing list or puts all your contacts in your TO field when sending an e-mail?
In general not many people want to see this so you might want to check out MAPILab's SEND PERSONALLY.You can then put as many people as you want in your TO field and yet the recipient will only see themselves.
Free resources to increase the capacity of the firm.
One of the most difficult problems a Microsoft partner has is sometimes finding what will help them from the hundreds (no make that thousands) of tools and solutions that are available through the Microsoft websites.
presents to us not only the way to reduce the task of proposals, but also a way to insure you have a successful sale. Tools to assess the network to insure that the business process software you might be installing will install successfully because the environment is not creating road blocks.
Within the last few months a local ISP (ValleyNet) was purchased. The company that purchased ValleyNet was SoVerNet, but SoVerNet was also purchased by Atlantic Tele-Network and the layers continued.
Now this is totally understandable and in reality I doubt that many people would have noticed BUT the community was e-mail spoiled.
You see ValleyNet offered spam protection as part of it's e-mail services. This meant that all the business and home users in the Upper Valley managed to get incredibly spoiled. They did not have spam issues! The offering was simply that good...