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AweSync provides way to migrate from Lotus Notes to Google Apps
Posted on 25-May-2011 00:30. | Tags Filed under: News.

eQuality Solutions, Inc. has announced special pricing on AweSync, a synchronization tool for migrating from Lotus Notes to Google. Instead of the lifetime license, companies can purchase the software for a period of one year. The company says this is an attractive option to get the full functional two-way migration capabilities at a more affordable price.

Many corporate consumers are looking for a convenient and reliable synchronization tool to migrate data from Lotus Notes to Google Apps, while maintaining heterogeneous coexistence environments during the transition period. For example, it may be useful for pilot migrations when the organization starts working with Google Apps, but wants to retain an opportunity to switch back to Lotus Notes, if something is wrong.

This is where AweSync can help. The program enables full functional two-way synchronization of calendar, contacts, tasks and notebook between Lotus Notes and Google Apps, so users can have updates coming in both directions. This allows them to work on a new platform, while being able to perform a roll-back switch to the legacy system, without fear of information loss or outdating.

Organizations benefit from full two-way synchronization between Lotus Notes and Google Calendar, including calendar, contacts, tasks and notebook. This helps to organize continuous and seamless planning space between Lotus Notes and Google and share a business schedule or information on availability hours from Lotus Notes with any Internet user via Google Calendar.

By using Google Sync, Lotus Notes synchronization can also be extended to mobile devices based on Android, Blackberry, iPhone, or Windows Mobile OS.

With special pricing for enterprises, these migration capabilities can be acquired for a more attractive price, as users can purchase a 1-Year license for AweSync, rather than a Lifetime license as before.

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