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Civility in critiquing the ideas of others is no vice. Rudeness in defending your own ideas is no virtue.


Mon 9 Feb 2015, 11:57 AM
In any language, fidelity matters, especially when the loss of fidelity includes the loss of important information. Even if you don't read German, you can see that the section titles are lost and large amounts of space left in their places with standard Traveler. Note, this is a different issue than the loss of section titles with the Notes client rendering which are totally lost. In this case, they simply don't appear because the text is white on a dark background and the section background is lost, though the effect is similar to the reader.
 
What may not be obvious to those who don't read German is that this is the announcement of a merger, and the names of the companies in the merger are only included in the headlines... which are not visible to the recipient without CoexLinks Fidelity.  The simple message is, fidelity matters in every language, and CoexLinks Fidelity can make it happen for you. Request an evaluation license and see for yourself.
 
 

 
 
 
 

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Thu 5 Feb 2015, 12:10 PM
I thought it might be useful to see a general overview of how the Genii Software products (current and future) work together and overlap. Then, my natural color blindness and lack of UI sensibility struck. I might have also eaten too much leftover pretzels and dip from our Super Bowl party,
 
So, for what it is worth, this is how I see the world. Welcome to my brain. The AppsFidelity part is coming very soon, but tentative marketing-speak blah blah blah at your on risk blah blah blah.
 


 
 
 

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Tue 3 Feb 2015, 09:04 AM
I don't tend to spend much energy on certifications and such. After all, either our products do what you need them to do at a price you can afford, or you don't give a wiggly wombat whether we are business partners or whether our software is certified to zap bugs while it does the dishes.
 
But we have been quietly setting up to support resellers for CoexLinks Fidelity, and it only seems fair to them to have some spiffy IBM certification since they don't have the advantage of my rapier sharp wit and winning smile to convince customers to part with their hard earned money. Thus, I went through the steps and got a listing for CoexLinks Fidelity in the Global Solutions Directory, and then applied for the Ready for Social Business mark. To their credit, IBM was very thorough about this, and I had my online meetings and did the dog-and-pony show with a friendly gent from IBM. Today, I got an email that we have been approved, along with links to a bunch of legal obligations about the size and spacing and so forth, which mostly seem to indicate that we shouldn't try to confuse you in any way that this is an IBM certification, and not some sort of endorsement or anything.
 
So, with all appropriate fanfare, and giving lots of space to reassure the lawyers...
 
 
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