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By Steven Rosenberg, Tech Talk I've never made a secret of my lack of interest in Google's Gmail service, even though I've made extensive use of the Internet giant's Docs, Groups and search services.
By Randall Stross Logging on to Gmail or other e-mail services has become a routine of daily life, completed without a thought.
Q. I switched to Gmail, and one feature puzzles me: I delete messages at one session, and when I log on again, the messages are back! They are like vampires that refuse to die. How can I drive a stake through unwanted messages? A.
NuVox, a US-based communication services provider, partners up with Google to deliver the Google Apps messaging and collaboration suite to its business customers.
GREENVILLE, S.C., Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- NuVox, a leading competitive communications provider, today announced it is teaming up with Google to deliver the Google Apps(TM) messaging and collaboration suite to NuVox business customers.
By DAVID SHAMAH Hard as it is to believe, there's news in the browser wars - and the news is not just about Google's new browser, Chrome.
Cemaphore Systems announced today that MailShadow(R) for Google Apps(TM) (MailShadowG) has progressed from beta2 to Initial Release Candidate. The robust product, which provides real-time synchronization of e-mail between Microsoft Outlook and Google Apps, now supports Windows Vista.
By Huff, Phil If you're a small to medium-sized mortgage company, I've learned first-hand about a way to reduce your yearly information technology (IT) investment while enhancing your team's performance.
MailShadow(R) for Google Apps(TM) (MailShadowG) is now available for purchase at a special discounted price from Cemaphore Systems' new online store at www.cemaphore.com.
In a move that expands the boundaries of E-mail Independence, Cemaphore Systems today announced availability of the Beta2 release of MailShadow(R) for Google Apps(TM) (MailShadowG), allowing organizations to move some or potentially all of their e-mail continuity and disaster recovery into the cloud, with zero infrastructure.
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