Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
Microsoft's new chief executive Satya Nadella elucidates his vision of platforms and productivity at Microsoft's partner conference, with hints of changes to Windows and Office to come.
As it has done with the Xbox, Microsoft solicits user requests for new features in its OneNote note-taking app.
When you collaborate on a presentation over email, there's annoying back-and-forth involved. Outlook's Web app hopes to cut that down.
As Office branches out beyond desktop software, Microsoft seeks beta volunteers.
With Google's own productivity apps doing almost everything that Quickoffice does, the search giant is retiring its Office-compatible mobile apps.
Oracle SOA Suite 12c now supports the JSON and REST formats, and updates FTP management
Microsoft releases a list of features for upcoming Office 365 revisions, in a bid to publicly lure more customers to the platform.
Parallels Access expands into the Android ecosystem with Parallels Access 2.0, which includes improved iOS file management and IT control over which devices tunnel into the network.
In a series of tweets, Microsoft's Cortana chief affirms the personal assistant's first home will always be Windows Phone, but he doesn't rule out an expanded role in the Windows ecosystem.
Click-to-Run installations of the popular office suite fall prey to a crippling bug that leaves the software unable to launch whatsoever.
Nearly a year after landing on iOS, Office 365 business users can try out a pre-release build of a native Outlook Web App for Android.
The attack temporarily shut down Evernote, which now has over 100 million users
Game on! Microsoft's note taking app has been popular with students for years, but now the company wants everyone using OneNote and has two new tools to prove it!