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    Posted February 5, 2014 by
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    Dynado, New Competitor to Google Apps, Basecamp, and Dropbox


    Imagine having all your business tools in one place. Dynado, a new web app, has created an integrated system of email, online conversations, project management, and cloud storage, increasing teams’ productivity and ability to access organized information. Gone are the days of messy inboxes, multiple calendars, lost files, and low team productivity.


    From a business standpoint, Dynado guides teams away from mindless email checking to task-oriented activities. It keep companies on track with budgets and timelines, measuring who in the company does what, how long it took, and how much money they're spending/saving. It’s reliable software that’s saving businesses around the world serious money, and providing analytics that its competitors have yet to match.


    With security as a primary concern for many startups and big corporations, Dynado backs each user's business data up daily in multiple secure locations and runs on an https connection. There are also numerous privacy settings within its applications, so users can share appropriate information with selected team members and clients. Even if there are changes in teams, Dynado prevents information shrinkage, meaning users can search, access, and retain information regardless if the employee changes departments or leaves their position.


    Dynado is currently in beta, but accepting email sign ups for those who want to test out its system for free. Find out more at

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