Justimemo is a multimedia educational platform designed to bring the world of Justice and the law French inviting them to discover otherwise.
Developed by the Ministry of Justice and freedom, Justimemo is the first tool of valorisation of the Editorial Department catalog. It enables access and download the resources produced or acquired by the Department (text, audio and video) and educational interest. It also specifies legal operating conditions for each resource editorial for reuse, for example through academic, professional or private.
With hundreds of photos, more than 120 videos, articles and audio interviews 100 Justimemo covers a wide range of themes: history and heritage of Justice, its functioning and its organization, its structures, its actors and an état des lieux of the current system.
The mobile application “Travel tips” is a free service offered by the Ministry of foreign and European Affairs. This application allows users to access a wealth of information on the country of their choice via a map of the world: country sheets complete with useful numbers and critical information (health, transport, risques…), last-minute real-time news and frequently asked questions.
Currently, the application “Travel tips” is available for iPhone and Androïd. A version for Blackberry and phones running Windows Mobile will be available soon.
During a period of 30 days following your opening account (and for those who have opened since more than 30 days up to December 15), you can log in on our Virtual Office business applications mobile, ma-billing and management-auto-entrepreneur versions.
On the mobile version, you have access to your invoices, contacts, business, notes, tasks, etc. You can enter to new folders, contacts, account rendered commercial, tasks, etc.
To test, connect from your smartphone on https://bo.entreprise-facile.com/account/login#_login
or on http://bo.entreprise-facile.net/account/login#_login if your smartphone does not support SSL secure access.
Then, the mobile option costs 10 € (unlimited time) on ma-billing and management-auto-entrepreneur, and for users of the virtual office is included in the subscription.
This option will be useful to those who manage networks of vendors because it allows more finely segmenting access.
If you have an unlimited subscription on the virtual desktop, editing the access permissions for the non-dirigeants or of the invitation of new users, a new box of options will be available:
In the boxes you tick, the concerned user will see their access limited:
Its commercial data will therefore see its contacts, his business, his quote in its catalog product, he will only see its products for sale, its stock
And the last option to hide the catalog providers and purchase orders leaders have good access to all the business data and can see statistics made specifications, transform them into invoice, etc.
This new feature is available immediately, log into your virtual office account to try it!
Note: this feature is not available on ma-billing and management-auto-entrepreneur.To use it you must convert your virtual office subscription.
Communication in today’s world takes many forms. From the now-rare handwritten letter to global videoconferencing, communicating with clients and vendors has never been easier. However, the range of options can prove confusing for many users, especially if you are living in France and run a business. A balance must be achieved between functionality and price.
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Posted by Kevin Phoenix - September 20, 2009 at 7:47 am
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I don’t think this blog would be a fraction of what it is, without Flickr. The images included with many posts draw the eye to the page and create an atmosphere for the rest of the piece. It’s also one aspect of a blog that is commented on the most. I believe that images are something that creates a good impression with many visitors to a blog.
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Posted by Kevin Phoenix - August 30, 2008 at 2:51 pm
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I am in the UK and have a 3G phone on T-Mobile which I use for checking email. I will be in France for two weeks and the roaming charges are about £1.50 per MB (which is crazy). What would be the cheapest way for me to get 3G in France - is it easy to get another sim?
When you call from France to England, is the connection an actual wire, or is it via satellite?