Archive for January, 2008
Yesterday at 22:24 – 23:54 CET a routing problem occured between Sprint and Level3 Amsterdam. Since the ContactOffice service is hosted on servers at the Brussels Level3 site this routing problem might have caused access problems to our service for certain users. We do apologise for any kind of inconvenience you might have experienced. It […]
Patrick De Schutter, co-founder and CEO of ContactOffice, was interviewed by web enthusiast Philippe Nieuwbourg. As of this morning, the audio interview is up at Econotique (French only).
These are some of the articles that captured our attention this week: ReadWriteWeb – The Danger of Free TechCrunch – Salesforce.com To Offer DaaS Service, New Pricing Model, Competition David Overton’s blog – We may live in the Web 1.5/2.0/3.0 world, but most of our customers don’t – Online office suites barely register with public, […]
The winners of the Yulbiz competition are known and have received their ‘advanced’ accounts. They seem to love our virtual office as can be seen in this post (french). If you ever organize a internet or blogger event don’t hesitate to contact us. We love to support interesting initiatives.
The Belgian TNT Airways airline company relies on the virtual office ContactOffice for more than four years. For more information, you can download the press release. TNT Airways chooses ContactOffice
ContactOffice allows you to check your e-mail with your favorite e-mail client with POP3 and/or IMAP4. So if you’re still using Microsoft Outlook for mail, you might want to take a look at Xobni (it’s a weird name, but it’s basically just ‘inbox’ spelled backwards). Xobni is an Outlook plug-in that creates a sidebar in […]
Check out this video of Joel Webber, co-creator of GWT. If in lack of time, go to the 32nd minute. It’s a nice endorsement of our work here at ContactOffice and a nice way to start this wonderful new year. Congratulations to Luc and his team and best wishes to all our readers.