Gotta luv them computers!

If you’ve been curious about where the news has been these past few days, we’ve got the answer for you. Our internal email server took a dive (apparently Windows 2000 Server isn’t quite as rock solid as the marketing hype would have you believe), and we’ve been working hard getting things back into gear. If you’ve tried to send us an email and haven’t gotten a response, it’s not because we’re ignoring you. It’s likely the server ate it. Please resend anything you consider important for which you have not gotten an appropriate reply

Posted on: February 7, 2002 9:00 am

GoAmerica supports Palm i705

GoAmerica, Inc. announced plans to support the new Palm i705 wireless handheld from Palm, Inc. The Palm i705 handheld features always-on "push" secure end-to-end email for corporate email accounts. GoAmerica’s Mobile Office solution will complement Palm’s latest offering by providing enterprises with the ability to access proprietary corporate data and applications on the new device.

Posted on: January 31, 2002 9:00 am

VizSync Address Book beta

VizMotion Inc. announced the availability of a beta version of the VizSync Address Book for Mac and PC. VizSync Address Book is designed to give users the ability to build an enterprise-wide system that can interface with Palm OS based handhelds. This can allow companies who are using FileMaker Pro database systems to make their solution mobile.

Posted on: January 31, 2002 9:00 am

Copytalk and the Palm i705

Copytalk announced that it will be the first third party to provide support for the push capabilities of Palm.Net wireless service, allowing email and other information dictated to Copytalk to be sent automatically to the new Palm i705 wireless handheld from Palm, Inc.

Posted on: January 31, 2002 9:00 am

HanDBase Sync Exchange for Filemaker

DDH Software, Inc. announced the release of its entirely new HanDBase Macintosh/Filemaker Pro conduit for Palm OS users, titled HanDBase Sync Exchange for Filemaker. This add-on tool enables Macintosh HanDBase users bi-directional synchronization between their Palm HanDBase data-files and Filemaker running on a Macintosh desktop or notebook computer.

Posted on: January 31, 2002 9:00 am

Create your mobile radio show

American Management Association (AMA) and MobileSoft announced that AMA will offer its members and customers the opportunity to create their own mobile radio show that they can download from the Internet. Through MobileSoft enterprise software and professional services, AMA customers will be able to customize a daily audio program by selecting the latest business news and industry information that interests them. Their individual programs, which can be timed to the exact length of their commute, can be downloaded from the Web to all major brand MP3 players, Palm handhelds, and CD Players.

Posted on: January 31, 2002 9:00 am

Palm i705 review available

PalmPower’s Enterprise Edition kicks off Monday morning with a comprehensive review of Palm’s i705. Read it today!

Posted on: January 28, 2002 9:00 am

PalmPower’s Enterprise Edition i705 coverage

The February issue of PalmPower Magazine Enterprise Edition is online featuring a comprehensive, hands-on review of the Palm i705.

Posted on: January 28, 2002 9:00 am

AOL functions with Palm i705

Palm, Inc. is delivering AOL’s AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) service and a host of other AOL services on the new Palm i705 wireless handheld. Palm i705 users will receive access to the AIM service, including the Buddy List feature, and additional AOL services for no additional charge when they subscribe to the Palm.Net service. The Buddy List feature lets users immediately see when colleagues, friends and family are online and available to exchange instant messages.

Posted on: January 28, 2002 9:00 am

Palm i705 Wireless Messaging Solution

Palm, Inc. introduced an enterprise-class, end-to-end, behind-the-firewall, wireless messaging solution, based on the new Palm i705 wireless handheld. The Palm i705 Wireless Messaging Solution directly addresses the manageability, support, and security concerns of IT managers who are deploying handhelds to large numbers of mobile workers.

Posted on: January 28, 2002 9:00 am