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We Love To Share With You, And This Is Where

Posted by Mike, May 17th, 2010
Filed under: Collaboration, Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Community, Event, Changing Face of IT, cloud computing
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Talk, talk, talk … it’s all we seem to do. Well, to be honest we aren’t a company that lifts girders, lays concrete or paints walls so talk is a lot of what we do. Not as much as we listen though. Dave will be talking at the SharePoint Conference held here in glorious Wellington [...]

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Harmony, A Great Way to View Google Docs from Outlook

Posted by Dave, March 10th, 2010
Filed under: Google Apps, How To
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We are constantly looking for ways to make Google Apps and other cloud services work with you and your business. There are many people who prefer to use Outlook as their client of choice. Other tools like Offisync have integrated Microsoft Office and Google Docs, and you can sync outlook with Google Mail using the [...]

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1 Reason You Shouldn’t Care About Microsoft vs Google In Cloud Approaches

Posted by Mike, February 22nd, 2010
Filed under: Google Apps, Changing Face of IT, cloud computing
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Having read the ReadWriteWeb’s article on the YouTube posting from Microsoft of their differences between Microsoft vs Google with their online apps offerings (one tried-and-tested, the other still in beta) we tend to agree that it is a little “defensive”. It does go to show, however, that Google is slowly coming under more and more [...]

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On Being An “Insert technology here” killer

Posted by Dave, December 15th, 2009
Filed under: Changing Face of IT, Enterprise 2.0, Google Apps, Changing Face of IT, Open Source, Changing Face of IT, cloud computing
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All the mainstream tech blogs are going nuts about the recently revealed Google phone and touting it as “An iPhone killer”. This happens whenever there is a dominant technology or brand in any given marketplace. iPod killer was the previous notable one, i have heard twitter killer, and many many others. The problem with this [...]

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Around The World With Google Apps: Sites, Coding, Reviews, Microsoft Office 2010 …

Posted by Mike, November 20th, 2009
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A few Google Apps links we discovered during the week that we think you’ll get a kick out from around the world: RWW: Google Sites Offers Templates; Claims It’s Easier Than Sharepoint Code Labs: Closure Tools Closure is a set of individual JavaScript tools that are also designed to help developers build complex web applications, [...]

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