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Open Email Links on Web Pages with Gmail or YMail


You can now open email links directly inside web mail programs like Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or you could configure mailto with any desktop based email client like Outlook, Windows Live Mail or...
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VoiceScreener Can Help Reduce Time to Hire


VoiceScreener can help HR professionals significantly speed up their phone screen process. It can also give you the opportunity to interview more people as part of the process. What's the cost? It is free during the private beta! Sign up using the...
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Happy Earth Day, Earthlings


Googlers around the world are celebrating Earth Day today by participating in events from green-themed film screenings in Singapore and Hyderabad, to a local food event in Kirkland, WA and Bike to Work Day in London. At our Mountain View campus,...
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What Do Open Source and On-Demand Have in Common?


They both keep Steve Ballmer awake at night? Nope, too easy. They both changed the game in enterprise software? True. But the most interesting answer is "community" - they are both driven, and advanced by, the power of the community that...
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SaaS Vision is About More Than Just "the Suite"


The integration among SaaS solutions described in Phil’s initial blog could be built by an integrator for a specific customer, or provided as an “integration as a service” offering to the market, by Appirio or another third party. We take a...
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Tthe UI is the application


With his postings, Bob Krygowski highlighted many important aspects of Software as a Service, as in his The Other “S” in SaaS - Service Complementing Bob’s blogs, with this posting I will start discussing about the first “S” in SasS – Software....
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