Don't-Miss Productivity Software Stories
Dropbox just dumped a ton of new productivity features on users of its file storage and collaboration service that are all aimed at making it easier for people to get work done within its applications.
Google Slides features easy-to-use tools for enhancing text and images.
Slack is making it easier for people to interact with third-party services that integrate with its chat app with the launch of a new developer tool that lets bots add clickable buttons to their messages.
Microsoft announced earlier this year that its popular SharePoint collaboration software was getting a full-featured mobile app. Starting Tuesday, iPhone users can take a crack at it.
Power up your project management by combining GDrive with Trello, Slack, or Asana.
As it turns out, Salesforce also wanted to buy LinkedIn, but was outbid by Microsoft.
Ever since "her" launch into beta roughly two years ago, x.ai's "Amy Ingram" virtual assistant has been focused squarely on scheduling meetings through Google Calendar. On Wednesday, that all changed.
Microsoft and Starbucks have teamed up to launch an Outlook add-in that lets people easily send the gift of coffee to one another and schedule meetings at a Starbucks cafe.
Microsoft wants to make sure that users don't have to focus on learning how to control its productivity tools in order to use them. That was the message from Julie Larson-Green, the company's chief experience officer, when she was asked what the future holds for Office.
Apple held its big Worldwide Developers Conference keynote Monday morning, and it announced a metric ton of new features. Here are the top 5 most important ones for business and enterprise users.
Google isn't kidding when it says it's serious about the enterprise. The company announced a pair of new services on Monday that are aimed squarely at helping businesses access information and share it internally, similar to what Microsoft's SharePoint product offers.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella shares his reasoning behind Microsoft's LinkedIn acquisition.
Microsoft has made a big bet on LinkedIn, announcing Monday that it will spend nearly $26.2 billion to purchase the enterprise-focused social networking and recruiting company.
Google's incubator for experimental features offers up ways to prevent phishing scams, add extra inboxes, and more.
Intel's providing fewer excuses to miss meetings by bringing support for its Unite meeting room technology to iPads, and later, to Chromebooks.