announced a migration services program for organizations who are dissatisfied with their current calendaring solutions.
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The program, unveiled at the Macworld Conference & Expo in New York City, enables customers to migrate to Meeting Maker 7.1 from the calendaring programs within Lotus Notes, Microsoft Exchange, Steltor Corporate Time, Teamsoft TeamAgenda, PowerOn Now-Up-To-Date, and others. Additionally, the Meeting Maker platform’s extensibility enables organizations to maintain scheduling continuity between applications until the migration is complete, according to John Anderson, president of Meeting Maker.
Once the migration to Meeting Maker is complete, organizations can take full advantage of instant collaborative access to scheduling information across all major platforms, and also leverage Java, Web and wireless support to connect mobile workers, he added. The new Meeting Maker 7.1 encompasses a host of new features including Mac OS X client and server, Linux server, Web calendar publishing, LDAP and administrative APIs, SSL security and high performance Palm synchronization. Add-on capabilities support integration with Microsoft Outlook and Lotus Notes, Pocket PC/Windows CE and RIM devices.
For more info on the migration services program, Meeting Maker 7.1, or to test drive the product, go to the Meeting Maker Web site.