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Schedule meetings effectively and accelerate your calendar with Tungle

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Are you in sales? This app might be just right for you. Over the past year, Tungle hasn’t gotten much media exposure but that doesn’t mean they haven’t been busy. The company has closed a $5 million round of funding, and also signed a key partnership with IBM to support Lotus Notes.

Tungle allows you to schedule meetings much more effectively. It does this by working with your calendar system to provide you with calendar functionality that you previously did not have. With Tungle, you are able to:

  • Prevent double-bookings with a system that automatically updates pending invitations.
  • Select unlimited time slots to propose in meeting invitations.
  • Share across environments (across calendars and companies).
  • Allow others to view your availability and schedule with you without having to sign up.

Sing up for FREE and try Tungle for yourself.

The company has big news coming April 21st so stay tuned.

IBM and RIM Partner to Expand IBM Solutions on BlackBerry

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IBM LogoStraight-up press release copying in frantic mid-session post… This is essentially what Rob Picciano was invited to talk about today during the Keynote. It’s a huge partnership for RIM and shows that they’re really delivering on their claims to move beyond email. We’ll certainly have more coverage on this in the coming weeks.

"Today IBM and Research In Motion (RIM) announced that they have joined together to mobilize Web 2.0 capabilities and expand IBM’s managed wireless services for BlackBerry. The first joint initiative delivers the full line of Web 2.0-powered IBM Lotus® collaboration software and information on demand on the BlackBerry® platform to mainstream business professionals. The joint initiative enables customers to securely manage their communications, contacts and schedules and collaborate and network through social software, all from within the familiar, intuitive interface of their BlackBerry smartphones. This includes the general availability of the new BlackBerry Client for IBM Lotus Connections, IBM’s social software for business."

Read the full Press Release below