CompanionLink Outlines 9 Ways to Sync Outlook With Android

USB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and encrypted Cloud connections outlined with complete setup information for the #1 selling Outlook to Google sync app.

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People need a solution that fits their style of working, whether they are in the office or out of it, whether they prioritize high security or cloud access.

(PRWEB) August 20, 2014

CompanionLink has published 9 different ways to set up automatic synchronization from Microsoft® Outlook® to any Android phone or tablet. Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013 are supported. The Sync Guide outlines specific advantages to each connection, including HIPAA compliance and whether it will synchronize Outlook Tasks and Notes. Many of these solutions use DejaOffice, which works like an Outlook App for Android.

“Synchronization needs to be easy and painless,” says Wayland Bruns, CTO of CompanionLink Software. “People need a solution that fits their style of working, whether they are in the office or out of it, whether they prioritize high security or cloud access. CompanionLink allows people to switch between solutions to find the best one for their individual needs.”

CompanionLink offers a two-week free trial with paid options for subscriptions and one-time purchases starting at $14.95. CompanionLink also offers a configuration service called RunStart for people who want expert setup of their Outlook and Android. CompanionLink is located in the US and offers friendly and free phone support 1 (800) 386-1623 during business hours.


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