If a troublesome network is keeping you from getting your work done, consider these other options.
The popular visual-voicemail service now caters to professionals by offering multiple lines, a bigger inbox and smart greetings that address callers by name.
Forget boring old smileys. This site lets you pepper your chats with bullet holes, Bob Marley, cute quotes, and lots more.
Microsoft's new suite gives you the option of hiding or downsizing the toolbar in favor of more screen estate.
No longer limited to just those people in the room with you, this iOS app now shares your slide decks with the world.
You might just have a boatload of unread messages waiting for you.
This service offers enterprise-grade protection and 10GB of storage per user per device.
This app/Web service is great for managing multiple Google, Twitter, and other accounts, but it needs a few small tweaks.
This incredibly handy extension not only consolidates lots of open tabs, but also dramatically reduces memory usage.
Who needs PowerPoint when you can generate slick presentations with this free app?
If you want to get straight to work, here's an easy way to bypass the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint startup windows.
Normally $49.95, Digiarty Software's utility can be yours free of charge, no strings attached.
Newly updated Business Card Reader for iOS can export scanned cards to your Salesforce CRM database.
Some people love (or at least tolerate) the new OS, some hate it. Time to weigh in with your thoughts.
If you're having a tough time finding this important feature in the new Windows, here are three super-easy options.