SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

In SharePoint 2010, there is an interesting feature called Client Object Model (Client OM) which is a unified model that uses the same or similar programming concepts as the Server Object Model (Server OM). The Client Object Model can be accessed via web services, via a client (JavaScript) API, and via REST. Why Client Object […]

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Motorola Droid X – Bigger and Better

Motorola Droid X After the much-praised Motorola Droid – a combination work of three giants, i.e., Google, Verizon, and Motorola – it’s now time to again treat yourself with a new release by these trio. Yes, Motorola Droid X is again an innovative launch designed by Motorola, built on Google’s Android platform and exclusively distributed […]

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SharePoint Benefits Enrollment

Ease the Burden on Human Resources Department by using Hosted SharePoint Services for Online Enrollment of Employee Benefits with Self-Service Portal Organizations offer a variety of benefits to their employees including medical plans, insurance plans, long term disability and others that may change from year to year. The Human Resources department holds the responsibility of […]

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SharePoint for Contact Management

In order to stay competitive, organizations need to increase efficiencies. This requires implementing systems that facilitate collaboration and effective information sharing through enhanced functionality. Organizations are looking at deploying easy to use systems with optimal costs and resources. Very often looking up information in an organization turns out to be an arduous task. Are you […]

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Cloud Computing: What Is It, And Why Use It?

You’ve heard the words, but have no clue what they mean. “Cloud Computing” might sound like something that would be used by meteorologists to predict rain, but it is really used to describe where computing technology is headed.

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T-Mobile HTC MyTouch 3G Android Based Phone Improves on G1

The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G, launching now improves upon the features of the carrier’s earlier android based phone, the G1.  It is a welcome addition to the still niche market of Google’s Android OS based phones.  The T-Mobile MyTouch 3G made by HTC not only offers everything the G1 does and more. Of course there are […]

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Nokia Devices Sync with Hosted Exchange through Mail for Exchange Product

Microsoft Exchange server is the hub for the numerous smart mobile phones and devices, including those made by Nokia, the world’s leading handset maker. A few years ago, Nokia licensed Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync technology from Microsoft, to expand the choices offered to its customers. This Exchange ActiveSync licensing effort yielded a product called Nokia Mail […]

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BlackBerry Tour for Verizon Wireless Melds The Best of Bold and Curve

Research in Motion recently announced the BlackBerry Tour 9360 smart phone for Verizon Wireless that competes well with BlackBerry Bold and BlackBerry Curve 8900 on other US networks.  This is meant to be a World phone as it can work on non-US mobile standards.  The Tour uses dual CDMA/GSM technology, which lets it work on […]

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MIT Migrates to Microsoft Exchange for Hosted E-Mail

When you think of MIT, you think of techies who are open source enthusiasts, with Unix  and open source systems being the backbone of campus communication  historically.  It may come as a surprise that the pragmatic staff that manages MIT’s e-mail systems have opted recently to Microsoft Exchange for hosted e-mail.  This is another sign […]

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Mobile E-mail Everywhere But The Smart Phone Battery Has No Life

So you have brought this cool smart phone- iPhone 3G, Palm Pre, BlackBerry or whatever is the latest fantasy mobile device.  Just when your mobile phone is synchronizing with your hosted Exchange server account with Apps4Rent for your valuable e-mails, the battery dies.  And you realize you are not carrying your mobile phone charger.  You […]

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