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Google Chrome for business: It's ready for you, even if you're not ready for it

Google's Chrome browser is ready for the workplace, updated and enhanced so that IT folks can not only deploy it on office computers but can also starting testing those Web apps - just in case the company is thinking about switching to the Chrome OS platform when it goes live next year.That's the bigger message in an announcement today about enhancements to the Chrome browser.

December 15, 2010 by

More on the Art of quanp

quanp is actually a few things: it's a Windows client software program; it's a browser-based application; and it's a series of "widgets" that allow you to do amazing things on any computer. And all of it adds up to a new and somewhat revolutionary way to store, organize, view, and share your digital images, videos, PDFs, and even Microsoft Office documents.

July 12, 2010

Office 2010 beta gets LinkedIn

Microsoft has released a beta of Office 2010 at its Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles. The beta integrates social network LinkedIn with Outlook, offers a stripped back Excel for browser editing, and video editing tools for PowerPoint.

November 18, 2009 by

Microsoft patches 31 Windows, IE, Office security holes

Microsoft's batch of patches this month is a big one: 10 bulletins covering a total of 31 documented vulnerabilities affecting the Windows OS, the Internet Explorer browser and the Microsoft Office productivity suite (Word, Works and Excel).Five of the 10 bulletins are rated "critical," Microsoft's highest severity rating.

June 9, 2009 by

Adobe CIO: The future of RIAs

Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CIO of Adobe, thinks that in the future Rich Internet Applications are going to have many uses, separate from the browser. For example, users will be able to customize their application interface, and the RIAs will provide visibility into back office applications.

March 24, 2009 by

Short clip: Adobe and the future of RIAs

Gerri Martin-Flickinger, CIO of Adobe, thinks that in the future Rich Internet Applications are going to have many uses, separate from the browser. For example, users will be able to customize their application interface, and the RIAs will provide visibility into back office applications.

March 24, 2009 by

Google demos speed benchmarks for Chrome

At the Office 2.0 Conference in San Francisco, Matthew Glotzbach, product management director of Google Enterprise, touts interface features for the company's Chrome browser. He also does a performance benchmark test comparing the new browser to Microsoft's Internet Explorer.

September 4, 2008 by

Mashing up the client to the cloud

The conventional wisdom of Office 2.0 says applications must be browser-only. But does that miss opportunities to use the cloud more efficiently and give users a more functional and satisfying experience?

August 29, 2008 by

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