Talk Isn't Cheap . . .

You Make The Call

If your work takes you to clients' offices or other remote places during the week, check out Big Island Communications Inc.'s YoYo Telephone Manager for Macintosh and Windows. Costing $99 for the basic analog version and about $399 for an ISDN version, YoYo was designed to improve productivity by filtering, forwarding and managing calls using caller ID. So if you're off-site, YoYo can forward a call to a pager or cell phone. If you're on-site, YoYo can notify you of a call using a screen pop-up; you can choose to take it or ignore it. YoYo also works with most address book software, allowing users to speed-dial through their computers.

Contact Sources

Big Island Communications Inc., (800) 788-7751, http://www.big-island.com

Centrepoint Technologies, http://www.ctrpoint.com

Mostly Murder, 50 W. 86th St., Ste. A-2,New York, NY 10024, (212) 877-CLUE

Richardson International, (805) 288-2263, rmcd1@compuserve.com

Solopoint, http://www.solopoint.com

Southwestern Bell, http://www.sbc.com

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