Lux Scientiae, Incorporated Announces New Web-based Calendar
Clients can now manage personal and business activities using a modern interface
BOSTON, Nov. 17, 2008 — Premium secure e-mail and Web hosting company Lux Scientiae, Incorporated (http://www.luxsci.com) has just released a new version of its WebAide Calendars (https://luxsci.com/b/calendars.html).
"LuxSci has completely re-written its calendar application to provide our users with a fast, modern, feature-rich experience," explained LuxSci president Erik Kangas, Ph.D. "The WebAide Calendars interface now has the same usability and speed as our Ajax-based WebMail and Address Books that were applauded by our customers when released earlier this year."
Collaboration has become increasingly important in the digital age and LuxSci has responded by re-tooling its WebAide applications to appeal to customers requiring an integrated approach to email, contact management and scheduling.
LuxSci plans to continue to update its WebAide Collaboration suite of products, including Tasks, Notes and Documents. (https://luxsci.com/extranet/webaides.html)
“LuxSci’s Calendars answer our clients’ requests for a robust scheduling tool that is easy to use and as powerful as other popular products on the market," Kangas stated. "The user interface, like the rest of WebMail, works in FireFox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, and Google Chrome. It also looks great on mobile devices like the iPhone."
About Lux Scientiae, Incorporated (LuxSci)
LuxSci has been providing secure, premium e-mail services since 1999. The Boston-based Corporation specializes in business-class secure e-mail hosting, anti-spam and anti-virus services, archival, and responsive technical support. For more information, visit http://www.luxsci.com/extranet/company.html.
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