Autodesk is offering schools and universities in Australia and New Zealand free access to its suite of design software and creativity apps, in an education program that it claims is valued at more than AU$25 million.
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A new flaw allows any hands-on hacker to access iPhones and iPads where the user previously left off, including email, settings, and other apps.
The company added to its MobileFirst portfolio with development tools, preconfigured apps for verticals and more design studios.
Survey confirms enterprise users want the same simplicity and ease as they get from mobile apps. But user design and quick app turnarounds aren't part of the enterprise DNA, yet.
When Canonical introduced its new Ubuntu Unity interface, a major design element was a global, universal menu that all apps would use. Things have changed. Canonical is switching back to local app menus.
Latest authorization enables certain Army agencies to use Google Apps for Government Email as an alternative to Microsoft Office 365.
One of the stalwarts of the Kenyan tech scene wants to move beyond its focus on software and apps by offering hardware workspace for design and rapid prototyping.
Microsoft doubles its cloud email storage capacity for users and streaks ahead of Google Apps.
Most 3rd party Office apps tend to copy the design we are used to and offer some flashier colors and layouts. Quip is a new cross-platform experience that focuses on sharing and simplifying the experience.
OWA for iPhone and iPad are mobile apps that offer the same email, calendar and contact functionality as the Outlook Web App in a browser but with additional features only possible in native apps. But they're only for Office 365 users.
Just as we have design thinking behind mobile apps, it's time to incorporate more design thinking into enterprise services.
A new study that measures app usage on Windows 8 PCs finds that Metro style apps are gaining traction slowly. But a surprising result suggests that app developers who deliberately break Microsoft's design guidelines are most likely to win users over.
If your email, calendar, and apps are all in the cloud, why not do the same with your software asset management tools?
The bizarre moral of my migration story: I would actually face fewer service interruptions and more service continuity for my existing mission-critical Google services if I switched to Microsoft Office.
Researchers have highlighted how badly some Android developers are failing at securing apps, revealing that they were able to steal bank details, email and social-media accounts during a sweep of 13,500 free apps.
Google's browser support silence has been criticized in the past, but the search giant is now making steps to provide help and assistance to those in business and enterprise settings.
The same functionality has been available to consumer Gmail users for a while, but can now also be used by those using the standard, business, government or education flavours of Google Apps.
Small businesses can pull the lists for lead-generation campaigns directly from the database already maintained in the Zoho CRM application.
Microsoft has reportedly dropped the term Metro in favor of "Windows 8" in reference to both its new interface and the apps based upon its design. Metro apps will now be called Windows 8 apps, although not all applications that will run on Windows 8 will be Windows 8 apps.
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