Award-winning, web-based technology operates anytime, from anywhere
ROCKVILLE, MD., 30 Oct. 2007 - HyperOffice today offered its award-winning, web-based business collaboration
and business continuity technology free for 90 days to companies displaced by the wildfires in Southern California.
"The goal is to help companies get back up and running quickly, respond
to customer inquiries, collaborate and communicate with employees,
customers and other stake holders without interruption, without having
to buy new servers, replace software, or rebuild business
infrastructure destroyed in the disaster," said Farzin Arsanjani,
president of HyperOffice.
"This is what we did for companies during the Katrina disaster. It's the right thing to do now," said Arsanjani.
"Using HyperOffice with any PC, Mac or handheld device
connected to the Internet, from anywhere, anytime, people can work
together online, and businesses can continue operating in face of
difficult circumstances," said Arsanjani.
"Teams use email, share calendars
and contacts, run projects, and manage documents
Businesses get closer to their customers, partners, and employees as
they create custom portals on their own with ease. HyperOffice can be
set up in minutes and without any IT overhead," said Arsanjani.
The suite delivers to growing organizations today the power and productivity of collaboration software
that only the largest company with a mammoth IT budget could otherwise
afford -- business-class email without spam and viruses; document management
with online storage, versioning, user rights and workflow; online contact
, scheduling, task management, discussion groups, security,
backup, portal customization, customer portals, extranets and
intranets, time and expense tracking, and more.
HyperOffice also co-exists and synchronizes with Microsoft Outlook
and Microsoft Exchange
, allowing users to collaborate with suppliers and
contractors by meshing contacts, calendars, notes and tasks; home,
office and laptop computers; mobile and wireless users.
"HyperOffice operates as webware, sometimes called Software as a Service
(SaaS)," said Arsanjani. 'You don't install it. You don't update and
upgrade it. You don't fix it. You don't need an IT department. In fact,
the Internet becomes your IT department. It's software without the pain
of software. All for about $7 per user per month - a charge that we are
waiving for qualifying companies in Southern California."
HyperOffice Inc., (http://www.hyperoffice.com
is a leading provider of Collaboration Software and tools for growing
organizations. The company offers a simple and affordable suite of Intranet and Extranet software
that provide new and growing businesses essential tools to collaborate,
communicate, and manage information from any browser running on any
platform. First launched in 1998, Online Business Collaboration
Solutions provider HyperOffice is used around the world by a growing
number of innovative businesses.
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