Don't-Miss Business Software Stories
Whether you run a company or are striking out on your own as a freelancer, business cards remain essential to your image and your networking efforts. Here's how to make business cards that help you shine.
Google Cloud Connect has added an easier way to open your Google Docs files in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
A new feature in Google Calendar makes it easy to schedule open availability for appointments.
Scan (or mail) all your documents to one site for permanent digital storage and stop wasting time pushing paper.
Time may not be on your side, but your browser can win it over with this simple timer, stopwatch, and alarm Web app.
More than just mind maps, LucidChart makes it easy to collaborate on org charts, network diagrams, business processes, development workflows, and more.
Twitter has evolved into a powerful social medium and an effective platform for engaging customers and business partners, but only if you use it wisely.
A new addition to Google Maps gives you up-to-date departure times for buses and trains.
Here are four ways to approach using social media and mass coupon services together to promote your small business.
Good Yelp reviews can boost your business. Too many bad reviews can sink it, even if they're wrong. Here's how to manage your Yelp reputation to turn those thumbs-downs around.
The new Twitter feature should offer new opportunities for companies to connect with followers directly by sharing pictures.
Keeping your contacts, calendars, and other data synced across all your mobile devices and PC platforms isn't as difficult as it seems.
Add-ons designed as parental controls can also stop the kid in you from wasting time online.