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Apple iOS7 supports Automatic Notes Synchronization

Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

iPhone 4Apple is releasing iOS7 for all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices on September 18th.  Lost among the hype of this extremely updated version of the Apple mobile operating system is the fact that Apple mobile devices will support synchronization of “Notes” via Exchange ActiveSync.

This means that LuxSci customers using MobileSync to real-time push synchronization of email, calendars, tasks, and contacts, can now also have real-time push synchronization of the “Notes” in their mobile device to the Notes WebAides in their LuxSci web interface.

Benefits of Notes Sync

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When you must stay on top of your email — Push Email is Key

Wednesday, February 13th, 2013

Did you hear about the big sales opportunity?  Oh ya — that is so 27 seconds ago.

While this quotes a recently popular commercial for cell phone data speed, it does underline the increasing need for connectivity and the time sensitive nature of every day life and business.  Our customers need to get notices and emails as soon as possible.  The less delay, the better.

Many companies, like LuxSci with its MobileSync service, offer “Push Email” to address this need.

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I Want it Now! Why Mobile Push is Better

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

Most people synchronize email, calendars, contacts, and even tasks with their mobile devices and their service provider.  This allows them to see all of the same information on their computers and while on the go.

There are essentially three ways that synchronizing mobile devices discover updates and changes to contacts, new email messages, etc. On my iPhone, these are represented in the “Fetch New Data” settings area as

  • Push – where the server informs the device that there are updates waiting
  • Pull / Fetch – where the device checks periodically for changes
  • Manual – the device checks only when you request it

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Text Messages are Faster than Email, but not Instantaneous!

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

We have discussed how email messages should not be expected to arrive instantly.  This naturally brings to mind “text messages” (aka SMS messages) that people send to their cell phones.  These are commonly expected to be delivered “instantly” — but that is also not always the case.  While text messages are generally very fast, and usually more quickly delivered than email messages, they are not always “instant”.

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