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Message Continuity quietly replicates Exchange data to Google Apps

Are you administering an Exchange server at work? Constantly fretting over the possibility of unplanned downtime leading to a user revolt? Google's offering a new tool which could save your bacon. It's called Message Continuity, and it provides you with a Gmail fallback option should you experience an Exchange outage. Message Continuity replicates your Echange users' mail, calendar entries, and c...

Flattr is a groundbreaking micropayment service

Micropayments are the Holy Grail of online exchange. Being able to pay for the content you like, even if it's a small sum, makes a huge difference for both the viewer and the creator. There are numerous implementations of micropayment systems. Most people use PayPal; personally, I dislike it. They have something against my perfectly valid credit card, so I can never open an account; without an ac...

SEVEN on Android - Ah, push it - push it real good...

The SEVEN Beta setup is an interesting one. As a company, Seven (enough capitalising already!) sell their excellent push e-mail products only via mobile operator channels, however their Beta program is an excellent way for users on unsupported carriers (that's likely you and I) to enjoy their software. Available in a variety of editions on a variety of platforms, Seven's software allows y...

Apple announces MobileMe: Sync your PC, Mac, and iPhone

Apple is launching a new service called MobileMe that will provide push mail, contacts, and calendar data. In practical terms, that means you can synchronize your personal data across multiple computers and devices. And the service works with both Windows and OS X. In other words, you can synchronize your Mac, PC, and iPhone. The service works with Mac's Mail.app, iCal, and Address book. On Win...

Apple announces iPhone SDK and other goodies

So you may have heard, Apple threw a little press event today. And while we won't get into all of the gritty details (our friends at Engadget have already done a pretty good job of that), we did want to highlight a few of the more exciting announcements related to the iPhone SDK: Apple has licensed Microsoft's ActiveSync technology to enable Exchange synchronization. That means Push email, c...

Mozilla launches new e-mail initiative based on Thunderbird

We first heard that Mozilla might be ready to spin off Thunderbird as a separate corporation back in July. At the time, all we knew is that Mozilla wanted to focus on Firefox and allow Thunderbird to shed its overlooked stepsister status and get the attention it deserved. Well, it turns out that Mozilla has pretty big plans for the little e-mail client. The goal is pretty much to make Thunderbird ...

3rd party Microsoft Exchange service for iPhone now shipping

While the iPhone's place in the business world is an evolving story, Synchronica has added their own chapter by shipping v3.0 of their Mobile Gateway service, adding support for Apple's shiny new phone to synchronize email with Microsoft Exchange. This could allow many a corporate user to finally justify that iPhone purchase to their boss, now that they can both send and receive email on it withou...

Dev Chair : Geeks are not Apple's target with the iPhone

This last Saturday I had the good fortune of being in the middle of a passionate debate between Roy Singham and another ThoughtWorker over iPhone vs. other smartphones. Roy argued that the iPhone is not the game changing device that most people claim it to be because his Nokia N95E90 smartphones can do more and better. The discussion was cut short due to scheduling pressure but it got me thi...

9 ways ColdFusion 8 will rule web development

Ben Forta and Adobe are getting into full swing with ColdFusion 8 Scorpio Pre-Release tour. Last night Ben gave us in Seattle a taste of things to come. Here is why it will kick the tar balls out of everything else on the market. Built in AJAX widgets. Create AJAX windows, auto complete forms, calendar popups, grids, WYSIWYG editors, and much more. All using simple ColdFusion based tags and g...

Evolution: Outlook replacement, now for Windows

Evolution is a Personal Information Management program that has been popular in the Linux world for a few years. It looks startlingly like Microsoft Outlook, and in fact is intended as a replacement for Outlook. Evolution's claim to fame is the ability to connect to an Exchange server with most of the same functionality afforded to Outlook clients. And while I'm not sure how I feel about the blata...

Ron Markezich, Microsoft's Beta Tester General

BetaNews is running a profile and interview of Ron Markezich, a man sometimes referred to as Microsoft's "Ultimate Beta Tester." He beta-tests in The Octagon. Okay, not exactly. Markezich is Microsoft's CIO and head of the IT department, supporting Microsoft's 63,000 employees, but what makes him the ultimate beta tester is that he and his team start using Microsoft's products long before they're ...