The Year In Review

2011 was a big year for CompanionLink. We added numerous new features to our mobile CRM app, DejaOffice, while surpassing 100,000 active installations globally. We rebuilt our website from the ground up to make it even easier to find the sync solution you need. We released CompanionLink 5 with new features and a refreshed interface. And we’ve released new software, as well – CompanionLink for Windows Live.

But 2011 wasn’t just a big year for us – it was a big year for mobile technology! All year long, we worked hard to support some of the best phones and tablets yet: from the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S to the DROID Bionic, DROID Razr, Galaxy S II, and Galaxy Nexus to name just a few!

While the past year has certainly kept us busy, we’re not taking a break anytime soon! In fact, 2012 is already shaping up to be our biggest year yet. What can you expect from us in the coming year? A completely revised look for DejaOffice, an entirely new cloud sync service, support for even more great phones and tablets (think the rumored DROID 4 and iPad 3), and CompanionLink 6! We can’t go into the details on these things just yet, so be sure to watch the blog for updates!

All of us at CompanionLink want to thank you for helping make 2011 a great year. As you head out this weekend to ring in 2012, we wish you a safe and happy New Year. See you in 2012!

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  • Kije

    Congratulations on a busy year.

    I am a newbie to the win7 phone and a longtime outlook (not exchange) user.

    Trying to find an effective way to synchronize Outlook to the phone has been a, er, “journey”

    I gave up on Windows Live; I was unable to find contact, calendar and task sync other than via Exchange.

    I turned to Google, who are similarly Exchange and domain oriented solutions. I did find their standalone calendar sync, and a third party contact sync but I was unable to sync tasks.

    I found and installed CompanionLink and got the whole sync-thing working for eight email accounts from end to end, in both directions without a hitch in less than a hour.

    Thanks for getting it right.

    Liam

  • Mvo

    well dosnt work with live calender, if you delet an apointment in live it wont be deleted in outlook, i will look for a program that offers real 2 way updat

    • http://www.companionlink.com David Z

      It should be syncing both ways. The first thing I’d suggest is checking the Applications tab in the Advanced Settings to ensure two-way sync is enabled (see: http://www.companionlink.com/support/kb/Advanced_Settings_Tabs#Applications).

      If that doesn’t work, let me know and we’ll go from there!