TELUS helps SMB’s grow with Voice Access

If you operate a small business and need some help you might want to look into the upgrades that TELUS recently released. You can now access and manage your TELUS hosted e-mail, contacts and calendars by using Microsoft Outlook Voice Access. (Doesn’t a BlackBerry, or any Windows Mobile smartphone already do this?)

Anyway – what this means is that you can use any phone line and a toll-free number to access your mailbox to:

– dictate, hear and forward emails
-manage calendar and contact entries
– access documents from any computer or over the Internet by accessing Outlook Web Access on a Windows Mobile-based or BlackBerry handheld.

Learn more at www.telus.com/exchange

The basic plan for Microsoft Exchange with TELUS is $2.50 or with a professional plan it goes up to $14 per month. There is a 30-day trial in case you are interested to give this a go: http://www.telusmsoffers.com/

“Canadians have embraced the efficiency benefits provided by communication solutions such as email, making them the most used business tools available. Today, we’ve increased the convenience of accessing email, calendars and shared documents when and where clients need them for ultimate
productivity,” said Brian MacIntosh, TELUS vice-president of Managed IT and Collaboration Solutions.

“One of the top priorities for today’s SMBs is communication and collaboration tools. With that in mind, Microsoft Canada is proud of our strong industry relationship with TELUS focused on enhancing Unified
Communications capabilities for Canadian SMBs,” said Eric Gales, vice-president, Small Business and Midmarket Solutions & Partners, Microsoft Canada Co.

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