Not wild about using Gmail in your browser? You don't have to. These free desktop clients give you a better interface and more options.
Blast a message to your employees, sales team, or even a select group of customers. This free app makes it easy.
Known internally as "Finder for the cloud," this team-collaboration service just rolled out of beta. But it's missing one key ingredient.
Docracy tracks TOS agreements for nearly a thousand popular services—and lists the latest updates.
These mini-manuals should get you up and running with the new suite.
Sure, there are some positive aspects to the new suite/service, but many small businesses can steer clear for now. Here's why.
Web forms are a fact of Internet life, but if you're not using this particular keyboard shortcut, you're wasting considerable time.
Need to convert a paper document into editable text? This app does it—in your choice of 42 languages
If you've fallen in love with the feature on your smartphone, you can have it on your PC as well—if you're willing to switch browsers.
Proof positive that the pen is mightier than the mouse, this interesting gadget makes Windows 8 easier to live with.
Tired of jerky mouse-wheel movements in your browser? Chromium Wheel Smooth Scroller can help.
When you need a record of your conversation, recording the call is better than taking notes.
The Ceton Echo works as advertised, bridging the gap between your PC and your TV; but its awkward remote, lack of Wi-Fi, and high price sour the deal.
Bitrix24 offers a dash of BaseCamp, Dropbox, Zoho CRM, and more, and it's free for businesses with up to 12 users.
This handy tool will automatically back up older versions of your files, much like Apple's Time Machine does for Macs.