For the past Decade, Customer Relations Management has been transformed by SaaS providers so completely, that some people think CRM means Cloud. On-Premise CRMs that you can purchase for a one-time price have almost disappeared. The problem with the Cloud model is that every service provide aims to lock you in to monthly payments, slow loading web pages, and features that hide behind premium fees.
No one can predict what our economy will throw us in 2020. But it seems clear that the last 14 years of growth may soon level out or decline. When business gets tough, then the high monthly payments become a burden.
When CRM was new, back in the 1980s and 90s, the main business model was PC based software, PC based data, with sync services to handheld devices. CompanionLink was born in those years, and we retain that service model. More recently there is a trend to adopt personal CRM that cannot be ignored.
We have introduced DejaOffice PC CRM. This is a Contact Manager, Calendar App that runs on Windows PCs, Android Phones, iPhones and iPads. On each of these platforms, the CRM database is local to the device. This means that you gain speed and productivity compared to the browser based model. It also means that if you are disconnected from the internet, on your PC by a carrier outage, or on your phone by simply being in a parking garage, you can still work effectively.
Standalone: DejaOffice PC CRM Standalone $49.95 – A simple standalone Contact Manager for Personal or Small Business use. Track your Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes. This CRM can easily import all your data from Palm Desktop, Outlook, or Google. You can make mail-merge emails, letters and mailing labels. You can handle tasks and store notes. Automatic backups and privacy features are included.
Outlook: DejaOffice PC CRM for Outlook $99.95 – All the features of Standalone with the additional feature of an Outlook Add-In. You can easily drag and drop an email to create a Contact, Calendar Event, Tasks or Note.
Express: DejaOffice PC CRM Express $129.95 – Customer History and Follow Ups are the main features of the Express version. Easily see everything you’ve done for the customer, and everything planned for the future. The Express version includes the Outlook Add-In, but also adds a feature to automatically move Outlook Emails to Contact history.
Pro: DejaOffice PC CRM Pro $199.95 for 5-Users – Multi-User version with a shared database. No other CRM is as affordable. Every person can have their own schedule, with permission to edit other schedules. Everyone can share a Contact list so that your Company Contacts are always up to date.
Download a free trial today. As a part of this trial we will email you setup guides and we will help you get started. There is no risk. See how productive your day can be when you put Customer Relations back on your PC where it belongs!
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Why you need a PC based CRM in 2020 was last modified: September 14th, 2020 by Wayland Bruns
Thousands of people still use Palm Desktop as their primary contact management system. It has the essential features that people need, some of which are even missing in Outlook.
Some of the things found in Palm Desktop and no other PC application are:
Fast Loading – Loads in less than a second
Categories for Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes
Ability to make Memos private and secure
Easy printouts of Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes
Thorough implementation of Calendar repeats
Versions of Palm Desktop
In 2020, there are two effective versions of Palm Desktop. The earlier version, Palm 4.1.4 was released in 2004. it features Colored Categories for Calendar which were removed in Palm Desktop 6. The data file format is proprietary, based on the original serialized memory structures originally released in 1996. Palm 6.2 was released in 2008 using MDB (Microsoft Access Format) data files. The application features were similar, but the database structure was brand new. Palm Desktop was too early to be converted to Unicode, but special language versions were created for specific markets. Notably Big5 and GB3212 versions were released for China, and JIS version for Japan.
Download Palm Desktop
You can download Palm Desktop from the CompanionLink Support forums. Both Palm Desktop 4.1 and 6.2 are found there.
Problems on Windows 10
Starting in 2019, updates of Windows 10 appear to be interfering with Palm Desktop’s ability to save data files. Notably, if you have Palm Desktop open and your PC reboots (because of a Windows 10 update), the file gets erased. Most commonly this is the last file you added or edited. Palm Desktop does not make automatic backup files, so the data is commonly lost.
For those that use CompanionLink to sync Palm Desktop with Android, and Palm Desktop with iPhone, the Sync Software does make backups of all data files when you sync. So these files are recoverable.
New Alternative to Palm Desktop
We have introduced a new Alternative to Palm Desktop on your PC. It is called DejaOffice PC CRM Standalone. This software has many of the same features as Palm Desktop:
Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Memos
Very fast load time – loads in seconds.
Full featured Calendar and Task lists
Hidden data for private notes
All the same tables and fields as Palm Desktop
In addition, DejaOffice has some new features
Native Windows 10 Compatibility (also Windows 7, and 8)
Automatic file backup
Built-In Sync with Android and iPhone via USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and DejaCloud
Container-based microservices architecture is a widely popular DevOps trend. This technology has significantly changed the way operations and development teams create, test, and deploy modern software.
Enterprises and developers love it because it helps make application development faster and simpler. However, by creating a completely new infrastructure ecosystem, the use of containers has also introduced new complexities and challenges.
With more companies—both large and small—deploying thousands of container instances every day, they need to find a way to manage this complexity of scale. This is where Kubernetes comes in.
But what is Kubernetes, and where does it fit into the container and cluster management space?
The Importance of Containers
Software developers must ensure that the application will still run reliably when migrated from one computing environment to another. An example of this is when moving an application from an on-premise server to a virtual machine (VM) in the cloud or from a staging environment to production.
However, applications that come from different environments have different security and network requirements, making them incompatible with each other.
Containers are designed to address this problem.
All components of the application in the development environment are bundled up into one package, creating environmental consistency. This allows developers to deploy applications faster and more reliably, regardless of the deployment environment.
So, by using containers to package the application platform and its dependencies, the differences in the environment and underlying infrastructure, as well as the operating system distributions, are resolved. In fact, you’ll hardly forget about the infrastructure when you use containers.
Additionally, modular containers that make use of executable standalone software packages include every element and component required to execute an application. Organizations that are interested in a multi-cloud strategy can greatly benefit from using containers..
Implementing new applications or updating existing systems isn’t as easy due to software version and environment incompatibilities—even with DevOps. Containers make it easier to execute DevOps implementation, helping organizations enjoy its promise of rapid and efficient delivery. Containers help organizations avoid the headache of having to start over every single time they need to upgrade or update their applications.
However, you need the right tools to execute this DevOps approach effectively to application development and manage container platforms and technologies at an enterprise level. This is where container orchestration or container cluster management comes in.
A Closer Look at Container Orchestration
Containers have revolutionized the entire process of developing, deploying, and managing software.
The different services that make up an application are packaged into individual containers and deployed in a collection of virtual or physical machines in a containerized architecture. This article about kubernetes architecture describes this process in details. However, managing and scheduling separate containers of applications within multiple clusters have proven to be a challenge—giving rise to the need for container orchestration.
Container orchestration makes it easier to manage and schedule individual containers by automating the whole process. These orchestration platforms are based on open-source versions like Docker Swarm or Kubernetes.
What is Kubernetes?
Originally developed by Google, Kubernetes is an extensible, portable, open-source platform designed to automate scaling, deployment, and management of containerized workload and services. It also helps facilitate both automation and declarative configuration. It has a rapidly growing ecosystem that has widely available services, support, and tools. The Kubernetes project was open-sourced by Google in 2014.
In practice, Kubernetes is often used with the most popular containerization platform, Docker. However, it can also be used with other container systems, as long as they conform to the Open Container Initiative (OCI) standards for container runtimes and image formats. And, since this is an open-source technology, anyone who wants to run containers can freely use it—whether it’s on-premise, on the cloud, or both—with relatively few restrictions.
Choosing the Right Kubernetes Management Platform
Here are a few things you need to consider when choosing a Kubernetes management platform for your organization.
Production-readiness. How ready is it for production? Product-readiness is a vital component of any technology, and that includes Kubernetes. So make sure that the platform you choose has all the features your organization requires to easily and effectively automate Kubernetes configuration. You also need to consider if it can automatically take care of all the management tasks in the cluster—as well as its ability to provide self-healing and scalability for your applications.
Future-readiness. How ready is it for the future? When choosing a Kubernetes platform, make sure that it has features that will allow you to run your applications practically anywhere without the need to adapt to the new hosting environment. This way, you can easily configure them anytime you need to do so in the future.
Ease-of-management. How easy is it to manage? Check if the Kubernetes platform includes automated intelligent alerts and monitoring. You should also make sure that the platform you choose provides you with a better way to view system status, events, errors, and warnings.
Support and training. As much as possible, choose a Kubernetes management platform provider that can give you round-the-clock support and training.
When a provider, it’s vital that you choose one that offers a production-ready and cost-effective platform that streamlines and accelerates both the set-up and management of the Kubernetes clusters. This way, you can easily migrate your legacy systems to the cloud, while allowing you to seamlessly rebuild, replace, and maintain them in the background.
Kubernetes is a great DevOps solution for the automation of scaling, deployment, and operation of application containers—when implemented correctly. But if you get it wrong, you’ll end up adding an extra layer of complexity and cost to your infrastructure management.
This is because Kubernetes, for all its advantages, doesn’t come cheap. So save yourself the expense and headache by leveraging automation tools that provide future-readiness, production-readiness, ease-of-management, and the right support you require to use Kubernetes—minus the management overhead.
So, as your organization ramps up its container strategy, you need to educate yourself about all the possible difficulties and challenges—including misconceptions—regarding Kubernetes. Do a lot of research and compare different Kubernetes management platforms.
Mobile application testing is evolving with the rapid development in mobile technology. The device manufacturers are coming up with new features and new operating system versions. All the new features and functions are creating challenges for the testers to perform functional testing and non-functional testing. Let’s have a look at some of the challenges that the testers face while testing an app.
Context can influence the operation of an app or its
functions with data from its environment. Applications can be in different contexts
with different data which creates a problem in the entire testing process.
Also, smartphones rely on constantly
changing environments and usage patterns that impact the context.
When it comes to testing an app on cloud-based devices, private cloud is much more secure rather than the public cloud. A secure private cloud will have an extra layer of enterprise-level security. Although the public cloud is also safe to use for testing the apps, the better option is to go for private cloud to avoid any high-level data breach.
Operating System versions
OS fragmentation is an issue that worries most of the testers. Apple has launched iOS 13 and that
means that the new apps need to be
compatible with the currently popular
versions including 10, 11, and 12. Although when it comes to Android, the
problem is much severe. Android has 29 API levels and at least 9 API levels are
still widely used by the users. There is a great percentage of users who still
use Android 6. So the testers need to make sure that all the functionalities
work fine on all the devices irrespective of the OS version.
Device Screen Sizes
The mobile device manufacturers are upgrading their screen
technology and coming up with larger and better screens. There are devices with
different screen sizes like 5, 5.5, 6, 6.3, 6.5 inches, etc. This creates problems
for testing as the app should be tested on a variety of devices to be
compatible with different screen sizes. Now there are foldable devices in the
market which means there is a need to test the app for foldable screens too.
Enterprises are looking to automate most of the testing to
increase productivity. Although parallel
testing is not practiced in most of the cases. It means that the test scripts are not
executed on multiple devices all at once. Users can test a device with an Android
operating system, and a device with an iOS running on it at the same time to
maximize the test coverage.
It is required to perform mobile testing at a scale to assure quality. Users can connect with tens or hundreds of devices using appropriate tools. It’s better to record the test script and run it on multiple devices using the right automation testing tool. Users can also opt for a performance testing tool to simulate network condition. If required then use a load testing tool to test the functions for performance under difficult conditions. This enables users to expand test coverage.
Challenges in Mobile App Testing and their Solution was last modified: October 21st, 2019 by Balamurugan
In March 2019, Google announced a new policy for Geocoding – Map Lookup. We use Google Geocoding for the Address Lookup feature in our PC, Android and iPhone Apps.
The change is significant. After providing us this service for free, Google is now proposing to charge $0.05c per lookup. There are complexities in the lookup on whether it is just text, or whether we download the map picture and the location picture. Overall, our DejaOffice users do about 50,000 lookups per month.
Not wishing to get a $2500 bill, we are moving to other options. For DejaOffice for iPhone we have switched to Apple maps which are being supplied for free.
For DejaOffice for Android we tried using Bing Maps, but they wanted to give us a $5000 bill because they count lookups differently than Google. Also their Geocoding library is not nearly as complete. We have moved to OpenMaps, but they immediately issued us a warning that we have too many customers trying to map at the same time.
So we are now playing with a hybrid solution. We feel the real culprit for us is just a few people who are mapping their whole database on a regular basis. So we have slowed down that process and shunted it to OpenMaps. You can still do it, but the Map process is slowed to one lookup per second, so a 3000 record database will now take more than an hour to look up.
We have reverted Contact and Calendar location mapping to Google – because it’s just a much better service – as long as you do it one at a time.
We still expect a bill from Google. But we are hoping it is small enough to just absorb so we don’t have to create a billing system.
DejaOffice changes for Mapping and Location was last modified: September 23rd, 2019 by Wayland Bruns
To answer the title question – Yes, a CRM is absolutely necessary for every small business. The only question a business should have is how much to pay on a one-time, monthly or annual basis.
CRM Stands for Customer Relations Management and it is the primary system a business has to track its prospects and customers. Every time a customer calls, emails, texts or visits a business, the nature of that interaction should be recorded in company records. Later, this information can be used for marketing new products, or renewing agreements, or engaging the core sales cycle of the business.
Without a CRM you are blind. Every customer interaction is done without context, or understanding the past relationship. This leaves your customers open to your competitors, and you lose your niche.
With a CRM you have effective communication. Your customer remembers you, and you can do the courtesy of remembering the customer. If your business can survive on 300 customers, how much better will it be with 600 customers or 900 customers. The purpose of computer automation is to delegate the responsibility for remembering the details to a proper database and not just carry it in your head.
Gene concludes with the question: “Wouldn’t just a simple, inexpensive system that enables your group to share accurate contact, history, notes and calendar information take be sufficient?” and answers with ” For many, it just may. And for $200 (and a few bucks extra for support), it could be worth the try.”
There are multiple aspects to keeping a laptop
safe. It does you little good to encrypt your laptop against malware if you
conduct actions which leave it wide open to thieves, and vice versa. Here are a
few tips to help keep your device safe and your trip relaxed.
Your laptop is probably the most expensive thing
on you when you are traveling, and yet it is incredibly fragile. Few things can
ruin a vacation faster than losing your laptop to theft, viruses, or other
threats, especially if you are in an area on the globe where you may be unable
to easily obtain a new one.
Get a New, Padded
A good laptop backpack is a major first step towards protecting your laptop from bumps, falls, water, and other damaging things. PC Magazine has a list of good backpacks, though you can check Amazon or any office or electronics store in the area.
When you are selecting a backpack, prioritize
checking its padding above anything else. Also look for multiple compartments
so that you can store just the laptop in a single compartment instead of
squishing it alongside clothes and wires and other things. Go for functionality
over style, as the only people you will end up attracting with a cool backpack
Note that you should try to get a backpack
instead of a briefcase or messenger bag. A briefcase is a clear sign to
unsavory individuals that something valuable is inside, and is easier to rip
away from you than a properly secured backpack. It is also easy to carry a
backpack on a long hike instead of awkwardly shifting a messenger bag from
shoulder to shoulder.
If you leave your laptop unattended in a public
space for a minute or two to use the bathroom, you may as well kiss it goodbye.
Laptops are prime candidates for thieves, whether it is for the value of the
data in the laptop or for the device itself. And while you can lock your
computer or even put a cable lock around it to deter thieves, your best weapon
against them is constant vigilance.
Take your laptop with you wherever you go,
instead of leaving it in the hotel. But also keep it out of sight when you can.
Keep it in a backpack, or cover it with a jacket. The less people know where your
laptop, the less likely anything bad will happen to it.
Backup your Data
You should be regularly backing up your data
already, but it is important to do a full backup right before you go on a trip.
Store all of your important data on an external hard drive or in the cloud so
that you do not lose any critical data on top of losing your computer. Create a
log of passwords outside the computer so that anyone who gains access cannot
access personal records.
Also consider backing up your data while you are
on the trip itself. If you have created any documents or files on the trip,
store them on a CD or USB drive in your hotel at the end of the day and put
those things in a secure place.
Use a VPN instead of public Wi-Fi
Sitting in a café in some foreign land and connecting to the Internet may seem like the epitome of how globalization brings us together, but doing anything on a public Wi-Fi can be extremely dangerous. The problem is that as CSO Online describes, hackers can easily position themselves between yourself and the connection point. This gives them access to any data you send out, such as your email passwords, business data, and credit card data. Even if you are just logging into some internet forum or checking sports scores, they can use any information to deduce personal information about you. Furthermore, hackers can also send data back and infect your computer with malware.
Consequently, you should be looking to connect
online as little as possible. If you are in a situation where you absolutely
must connect, use a trustworthy VPN which will encrypt your data. If you are
not sure what a VPN is, cooltechzone has an excellent guide on what they are and how to set one up.
Note that a VPN will not make your data
completely hackproof. But the hacker will likely not want to make the effort
when there are other computers sending unencrypted data. Your company should
provide you with a VPN you can use when traveling abroad. Also make sure to
turn wi-fi off when not using it, as the computer is still transmitting data
when it is on.
Should You Leave
Your Laptop at Home?
Your laptop will face numerous threats when
traveling that it will never have to deal with if you leave it at home. So
maybe you should not take your laptop at all.
This is especially true if you are on vacation. You are traveling to see the world and explore new sights, not stay hooked to the Internet like you are on most days. And even if you want to stay connected to some degree, Trip Savvy points out that a tablet or phone can serve just as well for someone just on vacation. The only major reason to bring a laptop along is if you may have to work when traveling.
If you really, truly, absolutely must bring a
computer along, consider bringing in a cheaper laptop. Do you still have that
old, slow, dying laptop lying around which you replaced with your brand new
device? Take the old one instead. You may be frustrated with longer loading
times, but you will not have to be looking over your shoulder all the time out
of fear of losing or damaging it.
How To Protect Your Laptop While Traveling was last modified: July 11th, 2019 by Steve Jones
While on your Computer or mobile device, you notice an
annoying pop-up advertisement, and regardless of how often you close it, it
keeps reappearing. Chances are its Adware.
Adware is short for advertisement and Software. It is an
advertising-supported Software. It is the name given to programs that are
designed to display advertisements on your Computer, redirect your search to
advertising websites, and collect data about you. For example, it receives a
history of sites the user visits, and this sends this information back to the
ad company. The information collected is often used to deliver custom
advertisements to you.
Adware is a financially supported Software, and most times,
developers bundle them with other files that you’ve downloaded. They might be
malicious in nature so you must run a scan using Adware Removal tool.
Sometimes they are not harmful, but they have the potential to be, and users
see them as an invasion of privacy and distraction.
How Adware is Installed
Are you in a situation where specific advertisements keep
showing up on your Computer, whether in any of your browsers or sites you’ve
never seen ads before? If you answer ‘yes’ to this question, your system might
be affected by Adware that injects ads into websites as you browse.
Aside from getting rid of Adware; a big question you might
be asking is how did it get there initially?
Adware overtime has been responsible for many successful and
prevalent programs including AOL instant messenger, Endora and many more. A
method in which Adware can get into your system is when you download a free
program. Other times, producers of software bundler pay for ads to appear when
you search for specific Software. These adverts lead you to download a software
bundler instead of the free, neat Software you were hoping for, leaving you
with many ad injections.
Another method which is as well insidious occurs when you’re
visiting a website. It doesn’t matter if it’s a trusted site or a sketchy one.
Whichever way, your device can be infected with Adware. This way takes advantage
of the vulnerability of your browser. The Adware burrows in, start collecting
information, redirects you to malicious sites and pop up more advertisement.
How Adware affects your Computer
Sometimes, adware fall under the category of malicious software
‘malware.’ Adware is often harmless, but are now used in bad manners to exploit
your system. Below are ways Adware can affect your Computer.
Slows down your Computer
The first warning of malicious Adware is the deterioration
in your Computer’s performance. Adware has a reputation of engaging resources
and in turn, hurting performance and speed.
Adware runs continuously in the background without your knowledge and
uses valuable resources such as memory processor speed.
Increase Bandwidth Usage
Adware does this by downloading unwanted stuff. When you
authorize the download of Software, new Software is downloaded and installed
simultaneously. Many adware programs enter into your Computer unknowingly.
These programs invade your Computer and run in your Computer’s background,
eating up bandwidth. If you notice a constant use of your internet, but you
can’t find any program regularly using this bandwidth on your Computer. It is
Make Computing Experience Worse
Adware is an annoyance to most computer users. For the
majority of people, the primary problem with Adware is its ability to display
advertisements in a pop-up form whenever it wants. These adverts grab your
attention, and if you click on them, they install Software on your system
without your permission. These installed Software keeps displaying adverts
related to whatever you have clicked before. This pop up over a user’s work can
plague the user.
Shopping is now a lot easier with the availability of online
stores. The idea that one can buy anything from the comfort of their home is
soothing. Right products, reasonable prices, and new offers/discounts are some
of those things that make online shopping attractive. However, there are dangers
associated with online shopping. Adware throws fake advertisements for an
online store at a user. These ads are illegitimate, and most times, they offer
a ridiculously low price of an item or a service that is hard to pass up on.
Once a user clicks on it, a malicious user can steal their info (credit card
info, for example).
Another negative side is an invasion of privacy. Some adware
programs can download and install spyware. These programs can capture user
personal information, and they send confidential information to advertisers or
criminals. Additionally, they can collect browsing history and send it to ad
How to Get Rid of Adware
Look out for suspicious/unknown name in installed programs and remove it.
As discussed earlier, most pop-up ads install a program on
your Computer. Though not as a general rule, you’ll need to check for malicious
programs to remove it.
Navigate your way to the programs screen and scroll through
the list of currently installed programs. Look for recently installed unknown
programs, any other unwanted or unknown program and uninstall from your
Depending on what application has installed the adware
infection, the program may have a different name on your Computer. If you
cannot find any unwanted or unknown programs on your Computer, then you can
proceed with this next step.
Look out for suspicious/unknown name in installed browser extensions and
Adware generally bombards web browsers with ads. An
important step is to look out for unknown extension and uninstall it.
Besides, you can reset Internet Explorer settings or other
browsers to return them to the state they were in on the first installation on
your PC. This reset feature fixes many issues while saving essential
information like bookmarks, passwords, web form auto-fill information, browsing
history, and open tabs.
As easy as the above steps look like, things are not
completely easy in most cases. There are situations in which these programs
might be hiding deep in system setting and prove challenging to remove.
In cases like this, it is reasonable to scan the system with
adware removal tool like MalwareFox. MalwareFox performs deep cleaning,
detects, and cleans Adware; removing annoying ads, toolbar, and search in a
Additionally, MalwareFox restores performance by deleting
adware infections which engages resources. With this method, there’s a gain of
lost power of the computer system.
How Adware Affects Your Computer was last modified: June 18th, 2019 by Shawn Abraham
Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently opined that “privacy cannot be a luxury good offered only to people who can afford to buy premium products and services” (NYT – May 7 2019). This bears a look at whether privacy is free, or something to be paid.
Read the comments of the article to see through the statement. Google claims to respect privacy, at the same time as working hard to undermine it. No one is fooled when it comes to Google and Privacy; if you use their free services, you have no right to stop them from monetizing that service by selling your data.
Pay for Cloud, Pay for Privacy
At CompanionLink we offer DejaCloud as a paid service. As a paid service, our sole source of income on DejaCloud is the money that is paid. We also offer Software as a paid service. And our only source of income is what people pay to us.
The has come an expectation from some people that software should be free. Vendors like Google and Facebook push free service as a model. But they would not be corporations if they had no income, so you need to watch carefully where that income is coming from.
At CompanionLink we have a simple love for how software used to work. You buy it, you own it. No one should have ulterior motives in selling your data. We make upgrades available and send marketing to our customers as a way to keep our revenue stream steady and provide needed support to our customers. When they get a new PC or new phone, they may not need to pay at that time for an upgrade. But the average of all upgrades has to be there for our team to be able to provide the needed products and services.
At least with CompanionLink and DejaCloud, your data is secure, and not being sold to the highest bidder. We hope through our basic product revenue to stay that way for the future.
Is Privacy a Luxury Good? was last modified: June 2nd, 2019 by Wayland Bruns
DejaOffice App on the Pixel works like Outlook on the PC
To sync Outlook to Pixel 3a, and have Contacts, Calendar, Tasks and Notes all one one spot, you can use the DejaOffice App.
From Google Play Store, install DejaOffice on your Pixel 3a or Pixel 3a XL
On your PC, download CompanionLink for Outlook on your PC.
Configure both for DejaCloud Sync
Watch your Outlook Contacts and Calendar appear on your phone.
DejaOffice is Free. CompanionLink runs on a two-week trial.
Samsung Pixel 3a is the latest flagship from the world leader of Smartphones. There’s nothing faster or more effective. Here I have an argument with Apple. With iPhone there is no Widgets, and Widgets are so useful, you’ll never catch me using a phone without them.
What is a widget? A widget shows App information on the phone desktop. A widget allows me to quickly see my day view, and my contact list – without opening an app. I can quickly tap on the location and get to my next appointment. No search, no scroll. Just one tap and I’m in maps. One tap and I can call or sms. Automatically updated all day.
Special features of DejaOffice:
Time zone management, so when you land your Calendar doesn’t go wonky
Calendar Colors that match Outlook
Templates that save time entering new Appointments and Tasks
Persistent alarms to be sure I don’t miss anything.
Recurring tasks compatible with Outlook
Optional: Franklin Covey task priorities A1, B2, C99
Works same on Android and iPhone, Phones and Tablets.
How to Sync Outlook Contacts with Android: Use CompanionLink for easy and secure sync from Outlook to your Pixel 3a phone. This is a better system than Google, who sells your data, or Microsoft who hosts your data on their exchange server. Here are some setup guides for CompanionLink sync: