Link Dropbox to own your Cloud Personal Library; bulk import your eBooks and Auto-Sync across your devices! NeoSoar eBooks is a powerful...
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Microsoft and Dropbox are partnering to improve integration between Dropbox and Microsoft Office.
More than 400 new apps were added to the AppExchange this year alone, including apps from Dropbox, Evernote and HP. That pool includes more than 90 industry-specific apps.
Some of those more enterprise-geared, third-party apps include solutions from Salesforce.com, CloudOn, Asana, and Cisco WebEx.
These small businesses may have adopted collaboration tools such as Google Apps, WebEx, Dropbox and Yammer, but a large chunk still rely on e-mail and mobile phones to communicate.
A lot of companies have chosen to blacklist certain Apps. The question is, "Does it do any good?"
QuickPlan for iPad is a visual touch enabled flight planner that makes it easy to generate flight plans in native FSX, FS2004 or X-Plane...
Microsoft has released a series of SkyDrive cloud storage apps, taking aim at entrenched rivals such as Dropbox, as well as soon-to-be competitor Google.Having already shown off the future SkyDrive app for Windows 8, on Monday Microsoft released preview clients for existing Windows Vista and 7 users, as well as for Mac OS X users.
I just turned on my iPhone to check for updated applications after reading that Navigon was updated with some very cool new features and discovered that Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite version 3.0 (iTunes link) just became available today. This new version of Quickoffice has come a long ways since my earlier review and now lets you access documents through Google Docs, Box.net, Dropbox, and MobileMe accounts while also providing general product enhancements. Without file system access it has always been a challenge for developers of these types of apps to help you access your documents and this looks like a great way to provide that support.
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One of my favorite Mac OS X apps is Dropbox, a small, free application that allows you store files on the cloud and access, share, sync and download files on the go. It's great for storing frequently accessed files and for sharing said files with your closest amigos.
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