This software may be run from any handheld device that has a wireless Internet connection to your office network or home PC. This allows for
considerably more power and flexibility than is provided by the "synchronizing" calendar built into your PDA. You see, if you're using a database that has been merely synchronized to your PDA, you cannot be sure, as you go through the day, whether the "master" schedule back at the office has remained unchanged. In all likelihood, it has not. Can you, therefore, safely assume that you can make new appointments that don't conflict with others already set by other users elsewhere? Remember, synchronized databases are OLD databases.
You won't have a problem with outdated information if you use a scheduler on your PDA that directly accesses the data at your office, just as if you were sitting at your office workstation. And that's exactly what you can do with this software.
Many handheld computers are provided with "terminal" programs that allow you link to your office network and take control of your desktop PC. Once you establish a wireless link, you will be able to run Integra Computing's software in a special reduced-display mode that will exactly fit the dimensions of your specific PDA's tiny screen. Following are examples of this software being run with different screen dimensions. Regardless of which size you designate, the software allows you to use its Calendar, Log, Phonebook, Projects, and Perpetual Memo. You may also conduct simple searches through the database. And, as with the program running in its normal mode on a desktop PC, anyone using the software on any linked PDA can quickly view anybody's (or everybody's) schedule.