Office

  • Microsoft Office arrives on Chromebooks via Google Play Store

    Microsoft Office arrives on Chromebooks via Google Play Store

    Microsoft Office is now available for Google Chromebook users through the Google Play Store – a notable addition, given the two companies offer competing products in terms of office productivity software. Neither Google nor Microsoft are making a formal announcement about the Office applications’ arrival on Chromebooks. But we understand the Office Android apps will only be free… Read More

  • Microsoft rolls out LinkedIn integrations in Outlook.com

    Microsoft rolls out LinkedIn integrations in Outlook.com

    Microsoft’s $26.2 billion acquisition of business networking site LinkedIn is starting to pay off – at least in terms of product integrations that make sense. The company today announced that LinkedIn integration within Outlook.com is now going live, allowing email users to view insights, profile pictures, work history and more from within their inbox. The addition of LinkedIn… Read More

  • Microsoft’s AI camera app Pix is now a business productivity tool

    Microsoft’s AI camera app Pix is now a business productivity tool

    Microsoft Pix, the iOS camera app that leverages A.I. to help you take better photos, is venturing beyond being a tool for consumers with an update that now sees it able to assist with photos of business documents, whiteboards, post-it notes, and business cards. According to Microsoft, the additional support focused on office productivity made sense because people were already doing a lot… Read More

  • Microsoft’s killer feature for its Chromebook competitor is Office

    Microsoft’s killer feature for its Chromebook competitor is Office

    Microsoft just unveiled a new operating system at a press event this morning. Windows 10 S is a streamlined and more secure version of Windows 10. But it still looks and feels like a normal PC. And it runs essential apps like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. While I haven’t used Office apps for years, I spent most of my days using them back when I was in a student. I used Word to write… Read More

  • Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do

    Microsoft to shut down Wunderlist in favor of its new app, To-Do

    Microsoft acquired the popular mobile to do list application Wunderlist back in 2015, and now it’s preparing users for its eventual demise with the release of its new application “To-Do,” announced today. The new app was built by the team behind Wunderlist, and will bring in the favorite elements of that app in the months ahead, Microsoft says. The company also added that… Read More

  • Microsoft launches StaffHub, a new Office 365 app aimed at shift workers

    Microsoft launches StaffHub, a new Office 365 app aimed at shift workers

    Microsoft today unveiled the newest addition to its Office 365 suite with the debut of an application for shift workers and management, called StaffHub. The program is aimed at those who don’t tend to work from desktop computers and have different schedules from week to week, such as in retail, hospitality, restaurants and other industries. The program was originally introduced in… Read More

  • This touchscreen office phone is called the ePhone7

    This touchscreen office phone is called the ePhone7

    Hypothetically, let’s say you run a company called ESI that makes office phones. Now let’s say that you’re looking to respond to the near ubiquity of smartphones with a desktop product that is “Google fast and Apple easy.” What, pray tell, would you call such a device? “ePhone7” has a certain ring to it, no? ESI is calling its rather familiarly… Read More

  • Timeular’s cute little box makes the hellish task of filling out your time sheets fun

    Anyone who has ever worked with clients will know the pain of tracking your time. Yes, it’s important to know how long you spent so you can bill correctly, but it is tedious, hellish and horrid — and, added to that, too often left until the last minute, when it becomes harder to remember what was done. Enter Timeular and its pretty little eight-sided box, which makes tracking… Read More

  • You can now use your fingers to draw all over Microsoft Office for iPhone

    You can now use your fingers to draw all over Microsoft Office for iPhone

    Nothing says “professional business document” quite like finger drawn scribbles. Sure, it’s not likely to become anyone’s default method of expressions for Microsoft’s various iPhone Office apps, but when it comes to doing things like highlighting tidbits and adding notes on the fly, it could prove a useful tool for some. An update to that dropped in the App… Read More

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