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  • New Microsoft Office suites - Social and built for the cloud

    The next version of Microsoft Office, unveiled yesterday, is a dramatic departure from the software that millions of users have come to know, built for the cloud and for touch-based computing and packed with features that make it more social and, Microsoft hopes, more intuitive to use than past releases.

  • Five good reasons to download LibreOffice 3.5

    After many months of widespread anticipation, the Document Foundation on Tuesday announced the arrival of LibreOffice 3.5, the third major release of its free and open source office productivity suite.

  • Office 365 is not for small business

    Now that the public beta has begun, I've had a little time to evaluate Office 365, and it's been an interesting experience. I run a small business and am already a Google Apps for Business user, so am I tempted to make the switch?

  • Top open source office suites: OpenOffice vs LibreOffice

    Dueling open source alternatives to Microsoft Office match word processors, spreadsheets and much more, which one should you choose?

  • Google Docs just keeps getting better

    Google has been quietly adding a raft of new features to its Google Docs online office suite over the last few months, and there are rumors even more significant features are due very soon.

  • Apple iPad offers IT department opportunities

    Is the new Apple iPad just a gimmick gadget for Mac fans? Martin Bailey argues the iPad will find its way into the enterprise and CIOs in retail and manufacturing would be advised to assess the opportunities it offers.

  • Linux still doesn't make it on the desktop

    For now and the foreseeable future, it?s going to remain a Microsoft world. Linux still isn?t the answer.

  • The Genesys of collaboration

    Forget video - web conferencing is what matters when you want to get some work done, argues Jim Huzell.

  • Video users saying hello IP, goodbye ISDN

    Companies are discovering that moving to IP can bring dramatic cost savings and make videoconferencing a much more practical proposition.

  • Inside the new Novell

    Novell is banking on Linux and open source to rescue its business from years of decline. Once fated for obscurity, Novell looks determined to regain its former status.

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