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LogMeIn, OmmWriter Dana I, CloudOn, and other no-cost programs and Web services can improve your productivity and keep your workday running smoothly.
As smartphone and tablet usage skyrockets, IT seeks a way to distribute its own apps.
Flame wars, leakage, nasty Polish texting -- six more tales of dirty duty in IT.
From protecting your PCs from malware to managing all your human-resources needs, these apps work minor miracles without making you open your wallet.
Tape-storage administrators will be able to get performance information and immediate directions to prevent data loss in new management software, called...
User experience designer Greg Laugero says 'Lean UX'--the next big thing in application development--places the emphasis on quickly developing the right thing for the target user. It holds significant promise for getting better applications to market faster.
Two current scanners, the NeatDesk and the Xerox Mobile Scanner, offer simple ways to digitize and store a variety of paper documents.
The popular third-party Android keyboard app, now in beta, figures out for you where you need to insert spaces while you type emails or Facebook updates, along with other improvements.
Using Near Field Communication technology, pay-by-phone schemes are proliferating.
If you're wondering which apps are primed for the third-generation iPad, here's a look at 10 apps to check out.
Free your help desk staff and empower your IT customers by eliminating these five all-too-common calls.
Check out these iPad apps for sales forces, IT departments and more.
Popular notetaking software now turns talk into type.
BlueStacks lets you run Android apps on your Windows machine. Here's how to use it.