Now it’s easier than ever before to stay in touch from anywhere in the world!  Check your email, contacts, calendar, and phone messages from any web browser.

Microsoft’s Outlook Web Access (OWA) allows you to connect to your inbox, calendar and public folders remotely, from any system with Internet access.

With the proper configuration of Microsoft Exchange on your network, it is possible to connect directly to your personal Outlook folders. You can send and receive email, schedule appointments and utilize your existing public folders as if you were sitting in your office.

This technology is also available with Artisoft’s computer telephony phone system. Televantage Web Services allows you to check your voicemail, manage your greetings and route your call preferences at home or while on vacation from any computer with Internet access.

Managing your time can be easier than you think. Make the most of it by contacting Techworks to find out about the remote options available for your and your company.

OWA
Outlook Web Access for remote email. OWA - Is used to access e-mail, calendars, contacts, tasks, and other mailbox content when access to the Microsoft Outlook desktop application is unavailable or a user is accessing remotely. OWA also offers read-only access to documents stored in SharePoint sites. Outlook Web Access allows users to connect remotely via a web browser.

Terminal Server
Make your office accessible remotely from the internet. Terminal Server - A terminal server is a specialized computer which aggregates multiple communication channels together. Both physical and virtual resources can be provided through a terminal server.

PDA
Leverage the power of your handheld computing device to access resources on your Exchange server. PDA - A personal digital assistant (PDA) is a handheld computer. New PDAs have color screens and audio capabilities, enabling them to be used as mobile phones (smartphones), web browsers, or portable media players. PDAs can access the Internet, intranets or extranets via Wi-Fi, or Wireless Wide-Area Networks (WWANs). Many PDAs employ touch screen technology.