Network Reminder is a multi-user tool that allows you to set alarms or run programs at a specified time. This tool is especially designed for enterprise or group of users. You can share your reminders and commands with your colleagues.
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Description: Network Reminder is a powerful program for storage and management of tasks and reminders. Unlike similar desktop programs, it supports the multi-user mode. Support of remote access via FTP/HTTP is included.
This tool is useful for enterprises and groups of users. Network Reminder helps employees to share reminders about important events and commands within the company. You can set reminders on a daily, weekly, monthly, yearly or one-time basis.
Network Reminder offers useful log files, strong protection of your data and a clear, user-friendly interface. Work together easily with our software!
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