You can’t go wrong with a company that Handango dubbed developer of the year. Terratial Technologies has a number of applications for both business and consumer use. Their DocHawk software provides email attachment reading for over 50 file types, including PDF, Microsoft Office documents and RTF documents, at multiple zoom levels. HollerID, a more consumer-oriented product, announces the first name of an incoming caller. Over 1,700 names are recognized, and there are 15 voices to choose from. There are too many products to list here, so suffice to say they’ll be worth checking out at WES.
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ideaMatrix from REXwireless got top marks when we reviewed it just over a year ago. The software allows you to collect your numerous ideas in a central location, as well as categorize and sort them based on whatever criteria you want. todoMatrix works similarly, except with your important tasks and objectives, and with those of the team under you. For companies, they’ve got software like referenceMatrix and knowledgeMatrix, which allow you to distribute and keep track of important materials. A little something for everyone, and definitely something to check out at WES.
You might be wondering what Bplay, a game and theme publisher, is doing at the Wireless Enterprise Symposium, but hey, suits like games too. The most recent addition to their catalog is, of course, Guitar Hero, but they’ve also got games like Leisure Suit Larry: Love For Sail, Surviving Hollywood, Star Wars: Battle Above Coruscant, Caesar, and the upcoming Texas Hold ‘em King 3. Bplay is the primary outlet for Magmic‘s games, but another portal, Winplay, offers their Windows Mobile ports. Outside of games, Bplay offers themes in droves, of course. As a gamer myself, I can’t wait to see what they have on offer at WES.
Vlingo’s speech recognition technology is behind the recent release of Yahoo! oneSearch. They also offer their own search app called Vlingo FIND, which searches locally and includes maps. They’re developing an app that will add speech recognition to pretty much every aspect of the BlackBerry: calling, emailing, text messages, memos to self, and more. WES, of course, would make a perfect venue for release…
Double-Take, much like Neverfail, specializes in disaster recovery. Their software automatically backs up emails and other important data to a secondary server, so when an outage occurs, the backup server is fired and normal business continues, often within minutes or even seconds of the service interruption. They only recently announced BES support in addition to their support for Lotus Notes, Exchange, and so on, so hopefully we’ll get to see some demos of the software in action at WES.
Businesses have used emails for years, of course, but instant messaging is becoming increasingly useful as well, and WebMessenger aims to take care of both. Message Alerts allows users to filter and set alerts for emails and text messages based on criteria in the subject, message body, to and from fields, and so on, and lets IT ensure that no messages containing confidential information go out. Other parts of the WebMessenger suite ease instant messaging communication, providing one-click escalation from IM to voice calls or conferencing. For a closer look, be sure to check out our interview with the folks from WebMessenger.