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Toyota going all in with Microsoft's Office 365

Toyota is making Office 365, Microsoft's cloud-based productivity suite, available to more than 200,000 employees around the world.


Why you probably shouldn't buy a Windows 8 ultrabook

Ultrabooks are generally overpriced, and tablet hybrids offer a better platform for taking advantage of the unique features of Windows 8.


Microsoft bakes data protection into Exchange Server

Microsoft bakes data protection into Exchange Server

At the Microsoft Exchange Conference 2012, Microsoft revealed a variety of new data protection features for Exchange Server.


The Rolodex, fax machines, and other things that may soon be extinct

A new survey from LinkedIn highlights technologies, tools, and business practices that seem to be on the verge of extinction.


ioSafe turns to crowdfunding for disaster-proof private cloud project

ioSafe turns to crowdfunding for disaster-proof private cloud project

ioSafe launched a funding campaign on Indiegogo to raise $150,000 for a new disaster-proof storage solution.


Box Accelerator streamlines cloud data uploads

Box Accelerator streamlines cloud data uploads

Box developed Box Accelerator to boost data upload performance by up to 10 times for business and enterprise customers.


RIM signs deal to license Microsoft exFAT technology

RIM signs deal to license Microsoft exFAT technology

RIM is licensing Microsoft's exFAT file system to make data on its BlackBerry devices compatible with more platforms and devices.


Microsoft reveals Office 2013 and Office 365 pricing

Microsoft announced pricing for the new Office 2013 suites, and the new Office 365 subscription model.


5pm: Easy, Customizable Project Management

5pm's accessible and highly customizable user interface can help you keep projects on track.


Let Zoho Send the Bill

Zoho's new service handles invoicing and collections for small businesses.


Put Performance Evaluations on the Web

SuccessFactors can help a business better manage its human resources.


Filtrbox Makes Online Buzz-Tracking Affordable

Filtrbox's intelligent agent searches the Web for information relevant to you--at prices that won't break the bank, starting with a free version.


Paglo Taps Community Expertise for Managing PCs and Networks

Highly customizable beta service lets you monitor systems, receive problem alerts, and more.


First Look: Adobe's Acrobat.com Document Collaboration Service

The free beta version of Acrobat.com provides a good mix of services to help businesses share and collaborate on documents, with chat and conferencing features as well.


HyLighter Helps Groups Collaborate on Documents

This new Web service uses sophisticated color coding to highlight areas of contention.


Make Sure That General E-Mail Gets Answered

Email Center Pro helps small businesses manage shared e-mail accounts for receiving such correspondence as general inquiries and customer service requests.


Keep Business Teams Organized With JuggleMyStuff

JuggleMyStuff's Web service helps small businesses share files and track to-dos and appointments.


Keep Tabs on Your Legal Documents

A new Web-based service called Mumboe helps you track tasks, deadlines, and legal agreements.


Monitor Your Web Reputation

RelevantNoise helps you track what bloggers say about your products and services.


Microsoft-Yahoo: No Slam Dunk for Small-Business Ads

Microsoft's proposed Yahoo buyout would reduce the number of major players--but only good integration and compatibility with Google's ad system would make a Microsoft-Yahoo ad system a big hit.


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