Don't-Miss Business Software Stories
FreshBooks is a free cloud-based accounting app that helps you manage clients and projects, send invoices, and track time, expenses, and estimates right from your iPhone.
This mail app offers enough features to be an improvement over the built-in Mail app, though some of its peripheral capabilities don't impress.
FadingRed's Koku makes it easy to track your financial information at your desk or on the go, and to get a summary of your current financial status.
Trees will find a lot to like in the new Acrobat, but Adobe's implementation of a paperless workflow may not make it easy enough for businesses to change their ways.
Campfire, Hipchat, and Imo.im provide virtual rooms for important discussions. Which one works best for business?
Simple setup, excellent export options, and centralized management make Virtual TimeClock an excellent time clock solution.
MoneyWIz is a full-featured, visually dazzling finance app with an emphasis on tracking spending through easily customized charts and a schedule of expenditures.
Intuit's new business accounting program introduces small but welcome improvements; however, it remains on its own financial island.
Things 2.0's organizational prowess makes it a good investment for anyone with a lot to do.
Web conferencing can power anything from a quick, two-person pow-wow to an all-hands assembly. We test-drive four services to find a crowd-pleaser.
Its true double-entry accounting backend make AccountEdge Pro 2012 the best tool for business financial tracking and reporting. But this 12-year-old program could use a facelift.
Missing time billing options mar an otherwise excellent basic accounting application. Jeffery Battersby has a full review.
Between easy imports, fast wireless syncing and a sleek and polished look throughout, MoneyWiz is a top choice in the Mac personal finance field.