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Christopher Null is a veteran technology and business journalist. He contributes regularly to TechHive, PCWorld, and Wired, and operates the websites Drinkhacker and Film Racket. Disclosure: He also writes for Hewlett-Packad's marketing website TechBeacon.

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Adobe revamps Connect's collaboration features

The latest release of Adobe's business videoconferencing tool includes simpler screen sharing, expanded whiteboard capabilities, and deeper social media integration.

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Dragon NaturallySpeaking 13 review: Better than ever at letting you speak freely

The gold standard for speech recognition software gets even better with added features and 15 percent more accuracy.

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You don’t know Docs from Drive: Google’s productivity apps, explained

Docs or Drive? Apps for Business or Drive for Work? Follow our guide to determine which Google service offers what, and which one is best for you.

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Perfect tablet typing: The best tips, apps and add-ons

How's that touchscreen keyboard working for you? These tools will help you become a fleeter-fingered typist.

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7 ways to use social media to get work done

Facebook, Twitter and other social tools don’t have to suck away your work day. Here are some strategies to use them productively.

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Destroy them all: We brutally review 5 professional document shredders

We dared these shredders to make mincemeat of credit cards, optical discs and stacks of paperwork. See how they ran.

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5 cheaper alternatives to Acrobat for PDF editing

Why pay Adobe $299? Here are six other ways to work with PDFs at a fraction of the cost.

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The moral of the Twitter-GoDaddy breach: People are the easiest thing to hack

High-tech security measures fell before good, old-fashioned con artistry.

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Why the fax still lives (and how to kill it)

Legions of users are still clinging to these analog relics (for some surprisingly good reasons). But here's how to cut the cord.

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How to set up a document scanning system

Here's how to get that perennial resolution to finally stick and make 2014 the year of the paperless office.

Make meetings matter with the right tools

With these smartpens, apps, audio recorders, and transcription services, you'll always leave the conference room with the essential info.

Image is everything: upgrade your small business Web presence with photographs

Images can showcase products, tell a story about your business, and speak to your customers with more immediacy.