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Enterprise Mobility: Where to Start?

Is your company in the two-thirds that have only mobilised email, contact and calendar apps—nothing more? An interactive SAP website can help you identify and take the best next steps.

July 30, 2014 by

Google snaps up Quickoffice and Meebo

Google has bought the mobile productivity firm Quickoffice in a bid to make its Google Apps product suite more compatible with various file formats, the search giant said on Tuesday.Quickoffice provides word processing and other office task functions for smartphones and tablets, including those running Google's Android operating system, and iOS-based devices such as the iPad and iPhone.

June 5, 2012 by

Microsoft shuts Office Live Small Business

Microsoft has shut down Office Live Small Business, the hosted website creation and business email platform that has since been superseded by Office 365.Office 365 took over from Office Live Small Business (OLSB), Live@edu and BPOS in late 2010.

May 1, 2012 by

ZAGGfolio keyboard

Need to type on an iPad or Galaxy Tab? The ZAGGfolio gives you a Bluetooth keyboard and a sturdy but lightweight protective case, turning your tablet into more of a netbook.

March 27, 2012

Australia Post to release 'digital mailbox'

In a bid to stay relevant in the online world, Australia Post plans to release its own "digital mailbox" app to make email communications, payments and document storage more secure, while expanding its parcel locker footprint and opening new post superstores.

March 25, 2012 by

Is Print Finally Dead Yet?

In honor of the print edition of Encyclopedia Britannica's passing into the digital pages of the history books, we discuss new media's age old question: is print dead yet (or is it merely a walking zombie)? Craigslist has decimated a valued profit center in the world of printed newspapers. Printed books have given way to Kindle readers on every street corner. Glossy magazines are desperately trying to find new life in interactive iPad editions. Meanwhile, most specialty trade and technical publications long ago felt the need to jump to the Web. And now, despite almost of decade of Britannica's experts screaming into the wind that Wikipedia wasn't a legitimate source of educational information, Britannica's storied 244-year-old print edition gives up the ghost, due in large part to the existence of Wikipedia. In this video, ZDNet's David Gewirtz and Josh Gingold discuss what's changed in the world of online content, what it means to marketers, and how it will likely impact the world of business.Recorded from a ZDNet webcast on March 20, 2012.

March 20, 2012 by

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