Don't-Miss Productivity Stories
The USPS continues to struggle with its place in the world as e-mail, online banking, IM, BlackBerry Messenger, Whatsapp, and Facebook replace so-called “snail mail” for sending photos to grandma, paying bills, and checking up on friends.
Five new add-ons for Office 365 let you search the Web within a Word doc, add Bing maps to your files, and spell words phonetically.
These free and open source options deliver many of the same features at a very compelling price.
BitTorrent asked Thursday for crowd-sourcing ideas from its more than 100 million users for a new program for file sharing across multiple computers called Sync.
Many people seeking free online word processing, spreadsheets, and presentations turn to Google Docs. But will Microsoft's Office Web Apps do the job?
The new rules should result in quicker deployments and more competition among in-flight Internet systems.
Microsoft claims 40 million licenses sold since launch, but that number raises some questions.
The new MiFi2 Liberate has emerged as one of the top gadgets for portable productivity. Here's how it can help today's road warrior.
Google's ever-expanding offerings include all sorts of goodies for business users. Here are a few beyond the obvious docs and productivity apps.
Two email outages within one week of each other prevented emails from reaching inboxes.
Wieldy is a free task manager that works to help you get things done. Unfortunately, learning how to use it is a job in itself.
Of course, sales figures alone don't tell the entire story. Ultimately, many buyers prize productivity over brands.
Users are weighing the pros and cons of Apple's new tablet, starting with its controversially high price.
Office 2013 combines functional improvements with cloud integration and support for touchscreens. Here are the changes that matter the most.
AOL is no longer the e-mail and messaging giant it once was, but the company on Thursday launched a new management tool to bring its e-mail service back to the forefront.