Part 2 of my 8-part IT buyer's guide - More K12 goodness.
Latest from Christopher Dawson
If you're thinking of signing up for Google's free Apps suite for small businesses, do it now.
What seems like fluff in Google Apps updates really is just a response to user requests, most of which are aimed at making Google Docs more like Office. But is that really necessary?
The Google Apps Marketplace has grown by 600% in its first year. What will next year look like?
The Android Gmail app is now available as a direct download rather than being tied to full system updates.
People get nervous when the term social gets mixed with learning. Hopefully a Grockit partnership with Google Apps will help ease some fears around this outstanding platform.
A Bing-powered Yahoo is clearly a threat to Google's bread and butter. It's time to buy a new loaf of bread.
NYC announced today that it would be rolling out ePals SchoolMail (powered by Microsoft's Live@Edu educational communications platform) to all 2 million students, parents, and teachers in the district. Wow.
I've never seen a web application do what TextFlow can do in terms of document versioning. Even so, I question the value.
SlideRocket is worth every penny for organizations that depend upon presentations for marketing, sales, roadshows, and conferences.