Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Microsoft's new in-development Garage app, called Cache, could be a note-taking tool with potential, if Microsoft's willing to commit to it.
Microsoft's patent cross-licensing juggernaut continues with a new agreement with Lenovo.
Microsoft announced Tuesday that it has acquired Genee, a startup that provided a virtual assistant for scheduling appointments.
It just became easier for HipChat customers to get some face time with each another whenever they want it. The company launched new group video calling functionality on Thursday that lets up to 10 other people share a virtual face-to-face meeting.
Microsoft is now giving Mac users an easy path to get their notes out of Evernote and into its OneNote note taking service. The company announced a OneNote Importer beta on Thursday, which lets users copy their notes over from one service to the other with a few clicks.
Create mobile apps, e-sign documents, and more right from your phone with these third-party enhancements.
Ten months after Dropbox first unveiled Paper, the collaborative writing tool entered open beta on Wednesday and is getting mobile versions for iOS and Android.
LibreOffice 5.2 turns its attention towards business.
The Document Foundation releases a new version of LibreOffice every six months.
Hard on the heels of its Demandware acquisition in June, Salesforce on Monday confirmed it is acquiring cloud collaboration software maker Quip.
Microsoft employees showed off how OneNote, powered by Windows Ink, will begin to solve inked equations in the coming months.
Google is using third parties to make its productivity apps more useful on Android. The company announced Thursday that it's now possible to bring functionality from apps like Scanbot, DocuSign and ProsperWorks into Docs and Sheets on its mobile operating system.
Asana announced a new feature on Thursday that's aimed at cutting down on emails asking when a particular task will be finished.
Create QR codes, customize Google Maps, and eliminate inefficiencies with these extensions.
IT administrators managing Dropbox deployments are supposed to have an easier time with it soon, thanks to improvements that the company announced Wednesday.