DejaOffice brings a complete CRM productivity suite to the NOOK Tablet and Color. With contacts, calendar, tasks and notes in one app, you can uncover the full potential of your data with color-coded categories, the ability to link contacts to calendar events and tasks, and advanced sort, view, and search options. And, of course, it all syncs with your existing CRM data via CompanionLink
Put simply, DejaOffice is the most powerful PIM available for NOOK. So go get it – it’s free!
Integrated CRM and PIM capabilities arrive for NOOK Tablet and NOOK Color was last modified: May 14th, 2012 by David Z
CompanionLink lets you sync your Outlook contacts, calendars, tasks, memos, and more to the One S. And you can customize this sync to your liking – from filtering specific categories to the direction each data type syncs. You can even choose from a variety of sync methods, including USB and WiFi.
Getting started is easy. We have a 14-day free trial, which you can download here. From there, just follow our simple setup guide for your preferred sync method and you’ll have your data on your new phone before you know it.
Questions? Comments? Shout them out in the comments below.
Sync the HTC One S with Outlook was last modified: April 25th, 2012 by David Z
Is the Nokia Lumia 900 the latest must-have Windows Phone? All signs point to yes.
Positioned as a flagship Windows Phone, the Lumia 900 has been making a big impression among many early reviewers. And with its 4.3″ display, snappy 1.4GHz processor, 8MP camera, and beautiful form factor, thesepositivereviews seem to be well-earned. The Lumia 900 is, by all means, a solid phone at a great price.
Despite the positive reviews, however, the Lumia 900 is lacking in one big area. Many business users want to know how to sync the Nokia Lumia 900 with Outlook. It will support Exchange sync out of the box, but standalone Outlook users must look elsewhere. CompanionLink offers two methods to sync Outlook contacts, calendar and tasks with the Lumia 900 – via Google or via Window Live.
CompanionLink works by syncing Outlook data to a Google account or Windows Live account. From there the Lumia can be configured to automatically sync with either account over its wireless data connection. For more information on how CompanionLink syncs Windows Phone devices like the Lumia 900, visit www.companionlink.com/windowsphone/.
Sync the Nokia Lumia 900 with Outlook was last modified: April 9th, 2012 by David Z
The HTC One X has made its official debut, and it’s earning its fair share of favorablereviews. In fact, it is quickly becoming a top contender for being the best Android smartphone on the market today.
The One X features a large 4.7” screen, yet maintains a rather slim profile and, as such, doesn’t feel abnormally large. It’s a good size, overall. The 1280×720 display is also one of the best smartphone displays currently available, making interacting with the device a pleasure. It’s also loaded with a quad-core (or dual-core, if you’re in the US) processor, 1GB of RAM, and 4G LTE. In short, the One X is a big, beautiful, and lighting fast smartphone. No wonder the reviewers love it.
Of course, when it comes to syncing the HTC One X with Outlook, or any other personal or professional CRM, look no further than CompanionLink. Our sync solution is primed and ready for the HTC One X. We offer a variety of sync methods, including a revamped USB sync called DejaConnect created specifically with Ice Cream Sandwich in mind.
CompanionLink works by syncing Outlook data to our free Android app, DejaOffice. DejaOffice offers powerful, business-class contacts, calendars, tasks, memos, and more, making it ideal for those who need to get work done on the go. And when you’re back at the computer, syncing any changes back to Outlook is quick and easy.
We’ve had our new iPad in the office for a few days now and have put it through its paces with DejaOffice and CompanionLink. I’m happy to report that everything is performing as expected. So don’t hesitate to download DejaOffice and start syncing that new iPad of yours.
On a related note, we are in the process of updating DejaOffice to take advantage of the new iPad’s Retina display. Expect a new version with crisp graphics soon!
DejaOffice On The New iPad was last modified: March 20th, 2012 by David Z
The Samsung Galaxy Note made it’s way to the US this week and has been greeted with mixed reviews. Some feel the 5.3″ screen makes the device too big, while others like the extra real estate it affords. How do we feel about it? Hear our thoughts in the video below:
No matter how you feel about the size of the screen, it’s hard to argue with the rest of the Note’s specs. With a 1.5GHz dual core processor, 1 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, 4G LTE, and more, the Note is easily one of the most powerful Android devices available today.
You just picked up your new DROID 4. You love the sleek profile, the powerful processor, the 4G speeds, and perhaps most importantly, the slide out keyboard. But you don’t love the fact that it won’t sync with Outlook. At least not out of the box.
You’re not alone.
There are a lot of people out there who need to sync Android with Outlook. And most phones don’t come with a built-in Outlook sync. So where to you go? That answer is easy: CompanionLink.
We make it easy to sync your data, your way. Whether you want the security and simplicity of a USB sync, the convenience and freedom of syncing with Google, or maybe something in between. We’ve got you covered. Or maybe you need to sync with something other than Outlook, like ACT!, Zoho, or Palm Desktop. We can handle those and many more.
Our goal is to work for you, regardless of your setup. So download your free trial today. Then head over to our Getting Started page and you’ll be syncing with CompanionLink in no time!
How to Sync the Motorola DROID 4 with Outlook was last modified: February 13th, 2012 by David Z
For power users who need to stay productive on the go, the ability to go a full day on a single charge with the Droid Razr Maxx is a huge benefit. In fact, the Droid Razr Maxx has many great features that make it a powerful phone for business users. But like its younger brother, the Droid Razr, it doesn’t offer built-in sync for Outlook, or any number of other popular CRM platforms for that matter. So how do you sync Outlook contacts, calendars, tasks, and memos with the Razr Maxx?
Sporting a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4.5” HD screen, 4G data speeds, and Android 2.3, the Nitro HD can compete with the best of them. While the Razr, Rezound, and Nexus are all Verizon phones, the Nitro HD brings its power to AT&T. Check one out in stores today.
If you’re thinking about picking one up, rest assured that CompanionLink will sync the Nitro HD with Outlook, ACT!, Salesforce, and more. And if you’re upgrading from an older device, just download DejaOffice to the Nitro HD and in one sync you’ll have access to all your contacts, calendars, tasks, and memos.
Questions? Comments? Shout out in the comments below!
Sync the LG Nitro HD was last modified: December 7th, 2011 by David Z
In anticipation of Verizon’s upcoming release of the Galaxy Nexus, I wanted to post a quick update. We actually got our hands on the UK model for testing and have had some time to play around with it. Check out our thoughts in the video below!
As for syncing the Galaxy Nexus – the situation is as we expected. Local WiFi, CompanionLink Secure Hosted, and Sync via Google all work as intended. The Galaxy Nexus does not have an external SD card slot, which means that USB sync will not work with DejaOffice on this device. That said, we’re already working on a fix, so stay tuned. In the meantime, sit back and enjoy the video we’ve made.
An Update On the Galaxy Nexus (With Video!) was last modified: November 29th, 2011 by David Z