You can import documents in Microsoft Office formats to your iPad. But how much can you do to them?
There are all kinds of ways to import and read PDFs on Apple's tablet. But marking them up is another thing altogether.
Since its introduction as part of OS X 10.5 Leopard in 2007, Time Machine has given Mac users an easy way to back up and restore files. From the beginning, though, Time Machine’s design has made it less than ideal for certain backup needs. As time has passed, backup products have evolved. How does Time Machine compare to the competition today?
Which program is better for business presentations: Keynote '09 or PowerPoint 2011? To find out, Joe Kissell uses them both to create the same presentation.
From the beginning, though, Time Machine’s design has made it less than ideal for certain backup needs. As time has passed, backup products have evolved. How does Time Machine compare to the competition today?
Many common keyboard shortcuts changed between Entourage 2008 and Outlook 2011. Help your fingers learn new habits with this cheat sheet.
Switching to Microsoft's new e-mail, contacts, and calendar program need not be traumatic, but it’s different enough that you may be disoriented at first. These tips will get you started.
MobileMe and Google offer similar capabilities, but which one is better? While there’s no single answer that’s right for everyone, Joe Kissel offers several factors to keep in mind when making your decision.
Although the basic methods for syncing your data with MobileMe and Google are effective for most people, they aren’t the only means of keeping your data in sync between devices. Joe Kissel looks at a sampling of some of the other syncing products and services.
As soon as your collection of Apple devices running OS X or iOS expands to two or more, the issue of syncing personal data is bound to come up. Joe Kissel looks at how to make it work with both Apple's $99-a-year MobileMe and Google's free services.
Are software suites still relevant? Does anybody really need all those programs bundled together? Or would we be better off buying just the apps we need, from whatever vendor we like? Joe Kissell has some thoughts.
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