Monday, August 4, 2003
Entourage X V10.1.4 Coming Today, With Exchange Support
With this new update, Entourage vX users will be able to view other Exchange users' free and busy times to schedule meetings. Directory service lookup is supported, and you can synchronize your calendar and address book for offline use, as well. What's more, e-mail received from Outlook for Windows users will look better in this update to Entourage.
Apple Tackles Channel Unrest
Apple is attempting to soothe the troubled waters of its reseller channel, promising to address the relentless cross-product supply problems besetting the company worldwide.
Microsoft Opens Exchange To Apple Users
Microsoft has fulfilled a long-held request of Mac OS X users by allowing them to access corporate e-mail and calendar information stored on a Microsoft Exchange server.
Apple Seeks To Boost Market Share
Not many merchants could expect the packed house Apple got at the opening of its new new store on Burlingame Avenue.
Drought Of iPods Frustrates Apple Resellers
Shoppers wanting to get their hands on the new iPod are turning to internet auction sites like ebay as Apple's Australian stores are dogged by supply problems.
New Apple Clones
They're just knockoffs. It's as if, by borrowing the look and feel of Apple's ads, BuyMusic is explicitly interested in underscoring that its service is a copycat. Why?
Networking issues aside, the game is worth the free download and the time invested in learning it.
Acrobat 6 Professional
The ability to run Distiller natively is a must have for all pre-press and print professionals. But even without the need for an OSX native version Adobe have provided a genuinely valuable upgrade to v5.
Windows iPod Fares Well Versus Competitors
In addition to being slimmer and lighter, the iPod shines in quickly getting music and other files from your PC, because it sports both FireWire and USB 2.0 compatibility.
Study: Linux Nears Windows XP Usability
It is almost as easy to perform major office tasks using Linux as using Windows.
Microsoft's Plans Cloudy For Server OS
Microsoft has laid plans for a server version of Longhorn, the next release of Windows. But it remains unclear what the software will include and when it will debut.