Unified Communications

TMCnet
ITEXPO begins in:   New Coverage :  Asterisk  |  Fax Software  |  SIP Phones  |  Small Cells
 
| More
› More Unified Communications Feature Articles

Blackberry Mobility Featured Article


January 06, 2010

CompanionLink Announces Two-Way Synchronization Software between PC and Nexus One

By Jai C.S., TMCnet Contributor


CompanionLink Software, a developer of data synchronization solutions for mobile phones and CRM software and services, has reportedly revealed two-way synchronization software between the PC and the new Nexus One - the Android OS-powered handset unveiled by Google (News - Alert).

 
The newly launched synchronization software will sync contacts, calendar, tasks, and notes from software like Microsoft Outlook, IBM (News - Alert) Lotus Notes, Novell GroupWise, ACT! by Sage, and Palm Desktop to Nexus One.
 
With the wireless sync configuration, CompanionLink syncs PC contacts and calendar to a Google account, which eventually will update the Nexus One's built-in contacts and calendar applications. Here, any changes to data made on Nexus One that reflect in Google will sync back to the PC.
 
With a wired USB sync configuration, the software can also sync PC contacts, calendar, tasks and notes to a separate application called CL USB Sync which will run on Nexus One.
 
Reportedly, CL USB Sync includes custom tasks and notes apps with categories, sort options, priorities, and search functionality.
 
CompanionLink's desktop solutions are available for a one-time license fee starting at $39.95. The company is also offering a 14-day evaluation version of the software.
 

Jai C.S. is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jai's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Stefania Viscusi


› More Unified Communications Feature Articles


 
| More