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InfoDesk Introduces Newsletter Archive iWidget
InfoDesk developed an innovative Newsletter Archive iWidget, a content integration tool specifically designed to help organizations archive, store, and search their internal newsletters and briefings more easily. The Newsletter Archive iWidget automates internal newsletter archiving and management without taxing company IT resources.
The newly released InfoDesk Newsletter Archive iWidget is an easy-to-deploy newsletter archiving tool that can be hosted by InfoDesk or deployed within a customer's own portal, such as SharePoint. The iWidget makes it easy for the HTML newsletters to be published and displayed on either a portal page or a web page. Additionally, each posted newsletter automatically creates an archive link (daily, weekly, monthly, etc.), providing easy access to archived content. Also, since InfoDesk archives the newsletters in the cloud, there is no need for internal IT departments to find a server and build a display mechanism.
The Newsletter Archive iWidget is just one of many InfoDesk iWidgets created to help organizations integrate content and facilitate access. Other types of InfoDesk iWidgets include headline news, stock, and search tools. Additionally, InfoDesk provides sophisticated turnkey portal solutions to help clients meet all their content integration needs.
To help introduce Newsletter Archive iWidget, InfoDesk is offering complimentary online iWidget demos upon request.
Other InfoDesk products include AgencyWatch, a new once-daily government intelligence, news, and media monitoring service designed specifically to meet the information needs of government leaders, and InfoMonitor, a custom daily news and media monitoring services designed to meet the needs of corporate clients, particularly those in the competitive pharmaceutical sector. For more than 12 years, InfoDesk has helped some of the largest multinational corporations, top government agencies, and media companies integrate, deliver, and share large volumes of information more effectively. InfoDesk is based in Tarrytown, N.Y. with offices in London and Washington, D.C.
Paula J. Hane
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