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Google Docs users will still be able to export documents in the older Microsoft formats
How does Microsoft’s new webmail service stand up against longtime favorite Gmail? The answer may surprise you.
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.
Among 125 honorees in this year's InfoWorld “Bossie” awards are numerous gems for business use.
There's more to Apple's new operating system than just a fancy new maps app. Find out how it can help you sail through your workday.
Microsoft announced pricing for the new Office 2013 suites, and the new Office 365 subscription model.
Time-management skills for most people are learned along the way, a necessary part of getting the job done. However, like most things, the more you invest in it, the greater the reward.
Holly is a simple and beautiful Web app for creating, managing, and sharing to-do lists. It's not for large-scale project management, but for day-to-day tasks, it works just fine.
In both Standard and Professional versions, Ultra Recall is a powerful, feature-rich outlining tool.
Right Inbox blends into Gmail, letting you easily follow up on emails or schedule them for later sending. It doesn't do anything that's never been done before, but it does more (and more inexpensively) than anything else.
The Web doesn't have to be one-size-fits-all. Eliminate distractions from your favorite sites, or the entire Web, and you can comfortably focus on the content that suits you.
Google's Chrome security team urges caution with some PDF files.
Vimium is a Chrome extension that adds a rich set of shortcut keys for opening links, navigating pages, and more.
Local Website Archive Lite makes it easy to save pages.