Team Collaboration Applications Roundup Softalk Update … Softalk released an update of its WorkgroupMail email server software. Features in Version 8.1 include anti-virus, anti-spam, content filtering, auto-archiving of all sent and received email, and multi-domain hosting, among others. Available immediately. Target market is SMB. SourceWire Kudos on Zimbra […]
Surrounded by her children, her sisters (and their families) and her Mum and Dad, my lovely wife celebrated her birthday on Sunday September 17th. We had a neat family day. Happy birthday Honey!
My good friend Eric Mack (for all the jokes I throw at him, he really is a good friend, my second best one actually) introduced me to David Allen’s work in 1997-1998, and I purchased the Managing Actions & Projects tape series when I was up in California […]
How does my Christian faith intersect with my day-to-day work, the list of things that I have to do, and the people that I engage with on a daily basis? Ideally there should be no distinction between the two: faith in Christ’s work of salvation and God’s work […]
Team Collaboration Applications Roundup Steven Shifts to Collanos … Steven Tedjamulia announced that he’s now the VP of Product Management and Strategy at Collanos, a peer-to-peer collaboration software company that supports multiple platforms. Steven was previously the Senior Knowledge Manager at Novell. Steven expects to continue with his […]
Team Collaboration Applications Roundup Return from Shifting to Email+Word to Blogs for Project Work … Traction Software referenced the benefits a couple of its customers are getting through the adoption of blogs for managing projects. One customer replaced Email and Word documents for document review with a blog, […]
This past week I’ve been using David Seah’s wonderful Emergent Task Timer sheet to help me organize, prioritize and concentrate the various tasks and responsibilities I’ve had to juggle. You write your tasks down the left-hand side, and then track in 15-minute increments where your time was actually […]
When we shifted out into the countryside of New Zealand in 2004, one of the tasks we had was to find a new church. We settled on Malvern Baptist Church down the road in Darfield. One of the men in the congregation was a particular encouragement to me […]
The presenter at today’s NZKM meeting in Christchurch was Dan Randow, Projects Director at OnlineGroups.Net speaking on the topic of Online Collaboration. Prior to Dan starting his session, one of the gentlemen sitting in the audience asked “So what do you know about Foldera?” to everyone else, not […]
(2.5 MB, Quicktime format) On Wednesday night, the boys were playing in the Darfield Primary School’s Music Festival at Kirwee. I videoed one of their contributions from the back of the hall. (Note to Self: Recording a video from the back of the hall whilst trying to hold […]
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