30
Jan
08

The iPhone is now ready to do business

Take the great leap forward. With HyperOffice.  hologothumb

Connect your iPhone to corporate email, contacts, calendars, tasks and notes. Collaborate  with clients, business partners, employees, suppliers. Communicate, plan projects, share and edit documents, schedule meetings, manage information – from work, from home, while traveling.

 

 

 

HyperOffice synchronizes your iPhone email client with Microsoft Outlook at your desktop, and with Microsoft Exchange at the server, giving your business wireless access to secure corporate messaging and collaboration tools, anytime, from any Internet connection.

You can now use your iPhone as an effective business collaboration tool to:

  • Update personal and group calendars, contacts, tasks and notes
  • Manage projects
  • Share calendars, contacts, tasks and notes
  • View and Edit personal and shared documents
  • Send and receive Email
  • Manage internal teams and intranets
  • Manage mixed teams and extranets

Take Outlook on the road and break free from Exchange.

Do you live and work inside Outlook at your desktop or on your corporate Exchange server? We have great news. You can now use your iPhone to access your email, update your personal and group calendars, contacts, tasks, documents and notes — whether stored on a local drive or on an Exchange server.

Mobile professionals using the iPhone can use HyperOffice to send and receive corporate e-mail without having to install any software on the device or behind the corporate firewall. You can also access, update and manage your calendar, contacts, projects, documents and other information residing on an Exchange server.

Click here to learn more. http://hyperoffice.com/learnmore/outlook.cfm


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