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Project managers rejoice! The Omni Group has announced a full-featured iPad version of its project management software.
The annual expo for Mac and iOS users has evolved to focus on the user community, but the exhibit hall where companies show off their wares is still a huge part of the show—you might even say it’s the most important part. Hundreds of products are on display, but a few stand out from the rest. We call these products the Best of Show.
Office 2 HD's developers say that the app offers the best document editing on the iPad, second only to Pages. But the company still thinks its own app is the better choice.
Apple's Volume Purchase for Business program--also known as VPP--gives companies a way to buy iOS apps for employees outside the regular App Store.
WatchDox’s secure document reading and sharing iOS offering now includes new collaboration features for enterprise users.
Ask publishers, analysts, and rivals about Apple's digital textbook initiative and they'll say it's good for everyone -- but they're skeptical about it, too.
At Thursday's education-themed Apple event at the Guggenheim museum, Apple executives Phil Schiller and Roger Rosen introduced iBooks 2. The updated iOS app heads the first of two education initiatives unveiled by Apple Thursday.
Update includes ePub3 audio and video support and more options for App Studio.
It was a year of highs and more highs for Apple's finances. To wrap up 2011, we take a look at the highlights of Apple's financial performance, from record Mac sales to retail efforts overseas.
Adobe's EchoSign, the company's online digital signature service, is now available as a free iOS app.
Both companies make voice-driven search and dictation tools, particularly in the mobile market. The president of Nuance tells Macworld the acquisition should "accelerate the pace of innovation" both companies have brought to voice-enabled products.
Microsoft today released an update to its OneNote application for iOS that it said has been tweaked for the iPad.
Responding to increased use of tablets within workplaces, IBM is releasing several mobile applications designed to let employees use IBM enterprise social collaboration software with iPads and other mobile devices.
PhoneFactor, an authentication system that uses mobile phones as a second factor for improved security, is now available as an app for Apple's iPhone and iPad.
Microsoft said on Tuesday it will license the protocols for many of its enterprise systems to a company that will develop compatible applications for Android and iOS.