We don't mind if you take a little downtime on the job, but your boss might. Use these tools–at your own risk–to hide your extracurricular activities.
Facebook, Twitter and other social tools don’t have to suck away your work day. Here are some strategies to use them productively.
Tabbles offers a useful and effective way of dealing with complex projects scattered over many files, but it requires developing new habits to get the most out of it.
With some accessories and handy-dandy software tweaks, a portable Windows tablet can become the heart of a potent PC workstation.
Microsoft’s standalone app learns your behavior to help find and organize information that's relevant to you.
Touch-first or not, these apps get things done.
Migration to cloud apps could save a fortune, a study says. It also reveals some disturbing trends about how infrequently used these "essential" apps really are.
These Chrome Web Store gems leverage Google Drive for better collaboration, brainstorming, project management and more.
Your eyes will love the crisp 1900x1200-pixel resolution on the ThinkPad 8, even with the power-consumption tradeoff.
Yep, a lot of folks are using Apache OpenOffice -- despite the fact that many Linux distros now default to LibreOffice.