Don't-Miss Business mobility Stories
MicroStrategy will announce a series of new BI (business intelligence) products for Apple mobile devices, transactional data systems and on-demand deployments at its annual user conference this week.
Analysts say that Eric Schmidt's exit as the CEO of Google won't affect the dynamics of the company's battles with Apple in the smartphone and tablet wars.
Box.net has redesigned the user interface of its cloud-hosted content management application, as well as expanded collaboration features and real-time notification capabilities.
In the market for a streamlined database app with both Mac and iPhone clients? Apimac just released major upgrades to iDatabase with improved interfaces, more visual editing tools, and improved syncing between the platforms.
For the first time, an Office app hits the iPhone: OneNote lets you create and save notes to the cloud.
New versions of PrintBureau and PrintCentral will allow iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users to print from any AirPrint-enabled app to almost any wireless printer. The updates also add support for background printing to USB printers connected to Wi-Fi networks via EuroSmartz's free desktop companion app.
SyncSpace is a collaborative whiteboard from Infinite Kind that stands out from the pack by allowing collaboration over the Internet, not just a local Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection. You can also share your creations in a variety of ways, including 37singals's Campfire business chat service.
New additions to iWork '09 on the Mac, iWork.com, and Apple's official Keynote Remote app allow you to play Keynote presentations at iWork.com or embed them in other sites. A few other features and fixes for Pages and Keynote round out a worthwhile update.
Yahoo has shaken its users's faith in the future of Delicious, the popular social bookmarking service it bought in 2005 and largely allowed to languish. If you're thinking about jumping ship, there are plenty of alternative services and apps that should fit just about anyone's workflow.
All work and no play may make for a dull existence, but the work still has to get done. Fortunately, we've found some mobile apps that will help you focus on the task at hand.
Quickoffice has released an update for its Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite for iPad, giving the app extensive text formatting and graphical editing abilities for PowerPoint 2003 files, and viewing and presenting capabilities for PowerPoint 2007 files.
Acclivity has released AccountEdge 2011, the latest version of its small business accounting software, bringing an iOS app, Web-based time-tracking, and more.
An update to this business management app brings a native iPad interface, a more comprehensive at-a-glance view of your week, and other perks.
This business management tool gets the universal treatment for all three of Apple's iOS devices, as well as a host of new features and tweaks that should make it easier to get things done.
If you or your employees use iPads for work, here are the productivity apps that you should install on them