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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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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iPhone 3GS, Worth the Upgrade?

If you’ve been a user of the original Iphone, you might be wondering if the new Iphone 3GSs is worth the upgrade. With all of the mobile device boundaries broken by the original Iphone, what could they possibly do to make it better? Iphones already come with so much, including ActiveSync capabilities to work with hosted Exchange or hosted SharePoint, cut and paste, landscape mode and more. What’s left? Well, we’re here to take a look and examine the new updates.

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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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T-Mobile Dashes Towards 3G Smart Phone With Windows Mobile OS

T-Mobile and HTC have been innovating to offer consumers smart phones with cutting edge features such as synchronization with hosted exchange.  The T-Mobile Dash 3G made by HTC is T-Mobile’s first Windows Mobile smart phone with 3G capabilities.  Apps4Rent’s customers of hosted exchange services will be interested in what Information Week reports about the phone:

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Can Hosted Exchange Provide Push E-Mail without BlackBerry?

Buyers are often not clear about the relationship between hosted Exchange and BlackBerry when it comes to push e-mail functionality.  Hosted Exchange is the hosted version of the popular Microsoft Exchange product that is extensively used by companies for e-mail management.  BlackBerry client and BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) are products of Research in Motion.  BES […]

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