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Palm announces HotSync Server

Tue May 30, 2000 - 12:07 PM EDT - By James Hromadka

Palm announced today its HotSync Server that allows dial-in and wireless synchronization between a Palm-compatible and a Microsoft Exchange Server computer.

From the press release:
"The Palm HotSync Server, based on Aether Software's ScoutWare technology, offers IT an architecture for three key functions: management of handheld computers and applications, synchronization with enterprise groupware and critical business information systems, and a development interface for new solutions targeted to handhelds. Console-based management services include centralized backup and restore, application deployment, standard builds, configuration and usage tracking. The Microsoft Exchange Conduit, developed by Chapura, Inc., provides integration of Exchange email and calendar with the familiar DateBook and Mail applications of the Palm OS handheld."
See the press release for some of the server applications that will also work with HotSync Server.


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