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Mavenlink is teaming up with Microsoft to create software that links its cloud workflow and communications service with applications including Word, Excel or PowerPoint.
The planned IBM Asia-Pacific Centre of Excellence for Software Testing in Ballarat is tipped to bring 150 new jobs into Victoria.
Telcos tend not to excel in software-related businesses or vertical channels, but they will need to work on these areas to stay relevant in 2013.
Microsoft has released mobile versions of its core Office products, Word, Excel and PowerPoint, for Symbian smartphone users.Although they are not yet in the Nokia Store, the apps became available for download via the Nokia software update tool and the PC-based Nokia Suite on Tuesday.
Over the years no other software tool has helped my daily work as much as Microsoft Excel. I don't use Excel for financial work, but rather I use it for all kinds of computing tasks:It's very handy for doing network bandwidth computation.
The table performs three groups of actions: 1) Get data - the table gets data from the windows folders (Figure1) to Excel sheet and...
I've hit on this subject many times, where open source software for business can rise over proprietary software.Just today, I ran across an experience with Microsoft Excel.
Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word: Microsoft gets serious about software as a service...
QR Code of professional scanning tool, simple to use readily a film at a glance all.AppStore Recommended APP !QR Code, also known as...
Users of the Microsoft Office 365 beta have been reporting problems which prevent them from using some features of the software and put them off sticking with the online suite when it exits beta status in late June, according to posts on the Office 365 support forum.Office 365 is Microsoft's cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) version of its popular desktop package of office applications and includes web versions of products like Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Lync.
Malicious hackers are using rigged Microsoft Excel files to exploit a zero-day flaw in Adobe's ubiquitous Flash Player software.
Tableau Desktop puts sophisticated business intelligence tools in the hands of knowledge workers, allowing them to bring data alive in a variety of informative ways.
The company has sandboxed the PDF Reader to stop malicious hackers from exploiting potential weaknesses in the software, as well as adding new online services and announcing the upcoming launch of Windows Phone 7 and BlackBerry 6 apps
The company has announced the latest version of its enterprise application platform NetWeaver, with new features that in future will centre around the cloud, mobility and in-memory computing
Some Microsoft customers are becoming increasingly irate about a long-running Windows 7 previewing issue which affects Excel and Word.Microsoft told ZDNet UK on Monday that the issue is due to an incompatibility in the Excel and Word preview functions, but that any software fixes it could implement have side effects.
Microsoft today issued patches for seven potentially dangerous security flaws in the Microsoft Excel worksheet software
Recosoft this week released Version 5 of PDF2Office Professional, software that turns PDF files into formatted Microsoft Office files, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint. The update supports Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and offers more than 100 new features, the company said.
I am reminded of the good old days of the competition between mobile software on my Palm devices when I see developers like DataViz and Quickoffice going back and forth with updates and improvements. We are seeing this same competition take place on the iPhone as one takes the lead and then the other comes out with an update that passes the other one by, until the other updates yet again and retakes the lead. Today, we see that DataViz has released Documents To Go version 2.0 that adds support for Excel on the iPhone. This is a FREE update for existing owners. We now have both apps supporting Word and Excel on the iPhone and it looks like the next hurdle is PowerPoint.
My full review of Documents To Go for the Google Android platform went live yesterday and I just received a press release for another mobile Office suite being demoed for Android devices next week at the COMPUTEX show. ThinkFree Mobile for Android will allow you to create, view, and edit Word, Excel, and PowerPoint presentations on your Android smartphone. The software will also support drawing of objects. The software will come with 1GB of online document storage as well so you can get to documents you may not have stored locally.
I have been disappointed by the lack of Android hardware news at CTIA, following the lack of news at Mobile World Congress, and am starting to wonder why it is taking so long for manufacturers to get on the Android train. There was one shining bit of news though that had me purchasing another application on the Android Market this morning. DataViz announced Documents To Go Standard and RoadSync beta for the T-Mobile G1 and HTC Magic. You can check out their new products and download both from the Android Market.
No one really expected Microsoft to completely abandon the idea of desktop software, did they? Today, at the Professional Developers Conference, the company announced that it will be rolling out “Office Web applications,” basically calling it “lightweight versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote.
Joel Spolsky, the CEO of Fog Creek Software -- and a one-time member of Microsoft's Excel team back in the early 1990s (Microsoft's "glory days") -- has a really great look back at the significance of the famed "BillG" reviews.
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