Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
So much for Office for iPad arriving too late.
Microsoft’s Office is now available for the iPad as a collection of three apps: Word, PowerPoint and Excel. Microsoft made the announcement at a press conference in San Francisco hosted by Satya Nadella, his first since being appointed CEO.
Reports suggest a version of Office for Apple's tablet is finally happening.
This new social discovery app emphasizes curated guides that bring you to different locations.
Breather's app lets iPhone users unlock private rooms for work and conferencing.
Slack aims to take your emails and files, along with content from Twitter, Dropbox, and elsewhere, and plunk that into its own platform to make it more easily searchable.
The file-sharing service says the Friday outage was caused by issues with routine internal maintenance, and says the group claiming it hacked into Dropbox is a hoax.
Huddle Note is designed for quick, ad-hoc taking and sharing of notes within the cloud suite’s interface.
FileMaker, Inc. previews its new FileMaker 13 platform, which puts the emphasis on browser access and improved design tools.
Topsy analyzes social data across the Web, including all of Twitter's stream
Integration of two popular platforms makes powerful remedy for email overload.
The holidays are a great time to catch up on lingering work projects, but don’t let your data fall victim to the risks of the road.
Apple issued software updates for Keynote, Numbers, and Pages that include new toolbar customization for the Mac and bug fixes.
By reskinning Microsoft Office 2010's user interface and making documents available to a variety of cloud services, startup HopTo has set a high bar for Microsoft's eventual move to the iPad.