Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
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.
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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.
Google Apps has a comprehensive suite of tools, and powerful real-time sharing and collaboration features. But it doesn’t work well with Microsoft Office file formats--a huge handicap for a productivity suite.
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.
Organizations with a broad diversity of operating systems, browsers, and mobile devices will appreciate Zoho Docs' cross-platform consistency.
OCR package converts scanned documents into editable text, but the interface muddles what should be a straightforward procedure.
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Show your messy file system who’s boss with these high-quality tools. Most of them are low-cost, and many cost nothing at all.