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ConnectedText's new version 5 builds on its strengths as a personal wiki.
Type on and mark up Acrobat files with this free PDF viewer.
Here's how three question-and-answer, crowdsourced websites with options for business topics treated our sample question.
Zendio reports which emails have been read, and which haven't.
Nearly all the tools you need to run a small or midsize company are within reach of any Web browser. Here are some of the best online services and sites for business.
The future may be digital, but testing these apps left me wanting a business card that I could hold.
Simplenote is a cloud-based repository for notes and lists, letting you capture your thoughts from anywhere.
Web-based application Nimble combines contact management with social networking, to enable building business relationships.
Intuit's popular accounting software for small businesses beefs up reports, adds a sales-lead tool, and introduces batch invoicing and timesheets.
WireframeSketcher's interface is not without its quirks, but it offers a rich array of UI widgets and excellent layout tools.
Why mess with pricey merchant-services plans? These two options let you plug a simple scanner into your smartphone to accept credit card payments from customers.
Here's a sneak peek at how Windows 8 is shaping up to serve users at work.
Office 365 has a familiar look and feel, and great integration with the Microsoft Office desktop software. It also offers additional tools that make it a leading choice for organizations seeking an online productivity suite.
The battle for supremacy in online productivity suites is raging. We look at the three leading choices--Google Apps, Microsoft Office 365, and Zoho Docs--to determine which is the best.
Organizations with a broad diversity of operating systems, browsers, and mobile devices will appreciate Zoho Docs' cross-platform consistency.