Email & Instant Messaging

OnePlace Solutions has launched a new add-in for Microsoft Outlook on Android that enables Android users to seamlessly connect Outlook to Microsoft SharePoint.  

Encrypted messaging app SafeSwiss claims to have done away with email attachments being sent to the wrong person, with its new ‘push-to-delete’ feature allowing users to securely delete sent messages (along with pictures, documents and videos) from both a sender’s and recipient’s devices.

Haven't we all been in that position at work when we are performing a task and we think to ourselves, “why isn’t there a quicker, better way to do this?” But we push on and continue to do the same long-winded process to achieve the same outcome; day after day, thinking everyone is in the same boat.

Findex, an Australian provider of integrated financial advisory and accounting services with, will be rolling out iManage Cloud to 3000 users within the next 6 months.

iManage says its acquisition of RAVN Systems, UK-based experts in Artificial Intelligence (AI), will lead to a revolution in the way companies find, extract and act on key information from documents and emails

Organisations as diverse as Amicus, Blackmores, Objective Corporation, Readify and RSL Queensland are some of the first Australian users of Microsoft’s new chat-based workspace in Office 365, Teams.

OnePlaceMail for SharePoint Online, a new application from OnePlace Solutions available from the Microsoft Office Store, solves the problem of ensuring important corporate information can be easily stored and retrieved from SharePoint instead of being trapped inside personal inboxes.

iManage has released iManage Work 10, an update to its document and email management application adding powerful new features.

When it comes to electronic communications at work, email is the seasoned old-timer. Everyone uses it, and for decades it’s been the default method of communication at work. However, it’s far from perfect. If you’ve ever been spammed, dropped from a group thread, caught up in the dreaded, never-ending "reply all" loop, or struggled with dropped attachments, you know what I mean.

Employees who mindlessly scan to email may put organisations’ security at risk and fail to comply with privacy requirements according to Y Soft.

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