Use this contact manager to organize your telephone book, appointment schedule, and to do list for better time management, all on one screen! T&C offers Palm and Pocket PC support and full networking with shared databases. 21 day trial available.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
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Time Zone Map 2.5.2 Provides local time and date for locations worldwide with accurate adjustments for daylight savings time. Runs on your laptop or desktop and lists locations by the City name for easy lookup.
Legal Billing 18.104.22.168 This Legal Billing program offers powerful but easy tools to track time and expenses, print invoices and get paid for the work you performed without a learning curve requiring extensive training! Even share the data with others on your network!
Description: Use this contact manager to organize your telephone book, appointment schedule, and to do list for better time management, all on one screen! Time and Chaos is fully networkable and offers the ability to share complete databases or just particular areas such as a shared common telephone books. All users on a network can even use the same databases at the same time to collaborate without being locked out or requiring expensive server software. Appointments on your calendar and to do items on your task list can be linked back to the matching contact in your telephone book to help you keep a complete contact history of every meeting or telephone call, including the notes you took about each event. Print mailing address labels, calendars, address books, connect with email, fax and web applications, mail-merge with Word and WordPerfect and much more. Support for Palm and Pocket PC devices is available. And with the optional Chaos Data Hosting service, you can sychronize your data between multiple machines through the Internet or even log on and work with a database remotely through a web browser. Enjoy a 21 day nag-free evaluation period with no missing or disabled features.
Review: PalmOne LifeDrive Mobile Manager At the expense of the venerable PDA, business professionals have started turning to smartphones to fulfill their mobile-computing needs. Now, palmOne is attempting to turn the tide.