What does David use for the desktop?
Does anyone know what David uses for the desktop, IE Outlook or Palm Desktop??
Outlook non-use by DavidCo
Someone asked about DavidCo marketing the Outlook guide and the Outlook add-in when they use Lotus Notes and the Palm Desktop.
Outlook is used many places because a) it comes with Microsoft Office, b) it comes from Microsoft, c) it has lots of "features", and d) it is "well-supported" (meaning Microsoft will try to fix the most severe security holes as quickly as it can). Some people even like Outlook, and use it voluntarily, but many more have to use it or use nothing.
An individual or a small business (which is what DavidCo is) can use what it wants. Personally, financial reasons alone argue against my use of Outlook. I have a home computer, work computer, and a laptop, and Microsoft would have me license Outlook for all three, just so I can have a uniform environment... Phooey on 'em.
However, I cheerfully paid money for the DA Outlook guide, and I don't regret it. It helped me a bit with the mechanics of GTD.