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Apple and IBM are combining design and data analysis to create a new suite of enterprise tools for every industry from air travel to government.
Even in preview form, Sway is intriguing. Rough around the edges, it still shows off Microsoft's new emphasis on simplicity in creating shareable, rich documents.
The anticipated launch into new platforms may represent the biggest changes for Office, whose rumored new features so far seem pretty incremental.
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Evernote, with its new Work Chat messaging app and Context research tool, hopes to turn plain old chat into an enhanced communication medium. Whether these new features will woo workers away from established competition is a very open question.
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If you've been trying to figure out out how to better work collaboratively with coworkers, Microsoft has a new tool for Office 365: Groups. But right now, it's only for those using Microsoft's Office 365 web apps.
Memory, storage, display size and other factors all make a difference in getting things done.
Invoicing, time-tracking, even legal help are all available on mobile apps geared to the self-employed or extremely small businesses. Some of them are even free.