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VMware has released the vSphere Client for iPad, with which IT staff will be able to monitor and manage their virtualized infrastructure.
Google is working to restore offline storage capabilities for its Apps productivity software and should have it done by the end of the year, a senior company official says.
Google has upgraded the ability to post comments and respond to them in its Docs office productivity applications.
VMware is waiting for Apple to approve a software client for iPads that will allow IT staff to manage their virtualized environments.
Bento 4 for the Mac adds a number of new features, including label printing, improvements to form printing, the ability to export data in templates, and more. FileMaker also updated both mobile versions of its personal database app, adding a built-in recorder for voice memos, automatic location tagging, and support for iCal tasks.
A bug in the process by which taxpayers submit requests for a direct deposit of their refunds led to some TurboTax users in Ohio receiving notifications of eye-popping refunds.
The VMware View client for iPad is now available from the App Store.
In a move that further cements Apple's iOS devices as key tools for enterprise software vendors, SAS Institute will team with business intelligence vendor Mellmo to bring analytic apps to the iOS platform.
A new iPad app from Infinite Skills provides easy access to hundreds of free lessons covering many popular and up-to-date programs for the Mac.
Mariner Software has released Paperless 2.0, the latest upgrade to its comprehensive digital document management software for home and business, adding extended support for scanners and the ability to create expense reports, pie-charts, and more.
Six months after leaving Microsoft to join desktop virtualization vendor Parallels, executive Birger Steen has been promoted to CEO.
A big update to this cloud storage and collaboration service for businesses brings support for video out, AirPrint, and some new security and authentication options.
Adobe's Reader X, last year's upgrade that features a "sandbox" designed to protect users from PDF exploits, stymied a recent attack campaign, researchers say.