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NewsGator wants to tap further into the demand for business software that lets companies solicit ideas from employees, collect and manage their contributions, and distill the suggestions into concrete plans.
A new online collaboration service combines group chat, content sharing, and calendaring
This trick extends Microsoft's free 30-day trial period for Office 2013 up to five more times.
From alias support to server-side searches, the overhauled Outlook.com Android app is packed with handy new features. Here's how to use them.
Thanks to instant messaging, social media, and other technology, workplace gripes can follow you for the rest of your career. Here's how to save yourself from your own imprudent remarks.
File this one under oops -- Twitter may have inadvertently revealed, at an earlier point, its plans to go public on Nov. 15, according to a recent PrivCo report.
etailers are testing new ways to learn how customers shop and move about their stores, and targeting them with promotions and in-store maps on their smartphones.
The idea of developing a touch-oriented Windows 8 'Modern' app version of Microsoft Office before launching Office for iPad seems to make sense at first blush, but it's still a poor strategy.
Facebook continues to push the boundaries of storage and server technology in order to more quickly serve its billion users, and the results are being offered as open-source technology that can also benefit other companies.
German companies are not legally responsible for the way Facebook processes the personal data of people visiting the companies' Facebook fan pages, a German administrative court ruled on Wednesday, allowing the companies to keep using the pages without violating German data protection laws.
Good news! Microsoft's bringing Office to the iPad. Bad news: It won't be for a while.
Implement these tips to reduce hard copies--and headaches.
Adding convenience possibly at the expense of security, Google will now let people without a Google Account view documents stored in its Apps cloud suite.
Twitter made its IPO documents public Thursday and in the process revealed some juicy information about the company, like how much money it makes (or loses) and how much its executives get paid. Here are a few of the details we learned about Twitter today.
The company hopes to raise $1 billion by selling its shares on the public markets, in the biggest social media IPO since Facebook went public last year.