Office Automation

Never Miss a Meeting: Google Calendar Alerts for XiVO

Never Miss a Meeting: Google Calendar Alerts for XiVO

Monday, September 19, 2016

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Today we’re pleased to dust off an oldie but goodie and to introduce Google Calendar integration for XiVO and Asterisk® 13.1 This gets you a reminder call at any number you choose based upon the Notification time that is set whenever you schedule a meeting or appointment in your Google Calendar. Our special thanks to Terry Wilson for his pioneering work at Digium® on the calendaring API. Together with the flexibility that XiVO affords out of the box, it made… Read More ›

Don’t Hurry: A First Look at Google Glass with Google Glass Frame

Don’t Hurry: A First Look at Google Glass with Google Glass Frame

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

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It’s one thing to read about new technology, and quite another to actually try it out. We’ve been holding off on Google Glass awaiting support for prescription lenses. Well, it’s finally here. And Nerd Uno was one of the first to receive the new Google Glass Frames. Having spent the better part of a week with the new technology, here’s our review. Let’s start with the price tag. Ours came to $1,868.75. That’s before you add the cost of prescription… Read More ›

The Ultimate Android Tablet: Meet the Microsoft Surface Pro

The Ultimate Android Tablet: Meet the Microsoft Surface Pro

Monday, February 18, 2013

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We were fully prepared to hate the Microsoft Surface Pro. After all, it was designed and produced by Microsoft, and we haven’t seen many flashes of brilliance from Redmond since the XBox. That was more than eleven years ago! Yes, Microsoft has new smartphones, but they’re too little, too late in our opinion. So why is the Surface Pro different? For openers, it runs pure Windows 8, not the Windows RT crippleware. While we’re not much of a Windows cheerleader… Read More ›

Introducing PBX in a Phone: Grandstream GXP2200 featuring Incredible PBX

Introducing PBX in a Phone: Grandstream GXP2200 featuring Incredible PBX

Monday, November 26, 2012

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One of the long-term goals of the PBX in a Flash™ Project has always been the desire to integrate a full-featured PBX directly into a desktop phone. For those that travel or support small branch offices, this would be the best of all possible worlds. We never quite achieved it with PBX in a Flash, but thanks to the Raspberry Pi™, Grandstream’s new GXP2200, a couple of screws, and a power drill, we’ve found the perfect couple. Imagine managing a… Read More ›

Introducing PPTP VPNs: The Travelin’ Man’s Best Friend

Introducing PPTP VPNs: The Travelin’ Man’s Best Friend

Monday, April 9, 2012

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PPTP VPNs provide home-away-from-home transparency to home office network services. Simply stated, with a PPTP VPN, you get a private IP address on the home office LAN that lets you do almost anything you could have done sitting at a desk in the home office. Today we’re pleased to introduce a 2-minute installer for PBX in a Flash servers.

Welcome to Frontier Days

Welcome to Frontier Days

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

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Nerd Vittles takes the wraps off new versions of PBX in a Flash and Incredible PBX today plus lots of other surprises…

Donate Now To Claim Your $299 Web Appointment System

Donate Now To Claim Your $299 Web Appointment System

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

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Here’s an offer you can’t refuse. Make a donation to Nerd Vittles this month and we’ll purchase on your behalf and provide you with a complimentary copy of one of the world’s very best integrated scheduling and appointment systems at no additional cost to you. It’s perfect for any business or profession that schedules appointments by individual, by venue, or by reservation of some facility. This commercial software normally retails for $299.

Introducing PogoPlug: Cloud Computing for $100 per Terabyte

Introducing PogoPlug: Cloud Computing for $100 per Terabyte

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

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Today we’ll show you how to build your own Homemade Cloud Computing Center for $100 per terabyte with NO RECURRING COSTS.