Your Email knows You

Your Email knows You


Dec 18, 2014
Your Email knows You We live in a world that is changing every day. Daily, we connect with a diverse group of people spanning across countries, cultures, and media. The birth of cloud, mobile and analytics has uniquely changed the way we communicate in both, our personal and professional lives. Many of us collaborate across teams and people at work and home. Quite naturally then, many organizations globally, are also looking to bring together these technologies and engage them for better connectivity for their employees, clients and staff. In these times, we expect each application, each technology to do more, be more. For example, wouldn’t you like to have an email experience that molds together your likes, your interactions, and your contacts; all together on a single platform? Most of us wear multiple hats – professional, spouse, brother, son… why can’t your email do the same? The International Business Machine, better known to a techie as IBM, very recently launched a revolutionary (well we like to call it that) email service that moves across platforms including social media, analytics and file sharing; to bring you an email experience like never before! In layman terms, via Verse, your email will now understand you better. TheIBM Verse comes across as a single and intuitive platform lets you organize your emails, your calendar, and your social interactions. As part of the organization’s larger vision to focus on cloud and analytics, the Verse includes a built-in app that learns from user behavior, and preempts responses based on conversation/email history and allows for a broader view of the communication. The end user can choose to combine emails with blogs and social media interactions, choose to mute emails and browse through attachments. While the initial model features limited mailbox size and file sharing, the company is looking to come out with a more holistic version by 2015. The mail will also, in the future, feature a ‘Watson’ option wherein the user can directly query Watson on a topic of choice and receive responses. Verse is currently being built for web browsers, however going forward it looks to be made available as an app for smartphones and tablets. And that isn’t all folks…its other features include task prioritization and intuitive collaboration. This means that you can now have– your schedule, your business documents, your contacts, and your emails; on the move, with effortless switching between devices. Forget an assistant; your email will now be capable of lining up those five key action items for the day for you! So you wake up, open your email, decide that you also want to tweet or post an update on your Facebook but aren’t sure if you have the time? The Verse allows you to complete all of that in less than two clicks, all from your email inbox. Impressive? Don’t settle for less then. Social isn’t just enough anymore

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