• Escape Is Possible: Zoho Office Now Integrated Into Google Drive

    Escape Is Possible: Zoho Office Now Integrated Into Google Drive

    This morning, Zoho Office, the David to Google Apps’ Goliath, is announcing that it will now be integrated into Google Drive. To be clear, this is not an official partnership between Zoho and Google (Google isn’t that crazy), it’s an integration made possible by way of Google Chrome extensions. There are some challenges with that method, of course, but for those looking for… Read More

  • Zoho Debuts New Android, iOS Apps At Zoholics User Conference

    Zoho Debuts New Android, iOS Apps At Zoholics User Conference

    The team behind web-based productivity suite Zoho is in the middle of hosting their Zoholics user conference in San Francisco, and in between all the panels and presentations, they’ve taken the opportunity to talk a bit about their plans in the mobile space. “Mobile is going to be one of the most important focus areas for the company this year,” said Zoho evangelist Raju Vegesna. Read More

  • Zoho CRM Gets A UI Makeover, Adds LinkedIn Integration

    Zoho CRM Gets A UI Makeover, Adds LinkedIn Integration

    Web-based productivity suite Zoho is revamping its CRM offering today. Zoho CRM is one of the company’s most popular application with 25,000 customers. The most distinct differences between the new version and previous iteration is the UI. Zoho says that based on how customers were interacting with the app, workflow and screens were redesigned to streamline user interactions. Read More

  • With Five New Apps, Zoho Is Now The Largest Developer On The Google Apps Marketplace

    Zoho is launching five apps on the Google Apps Marketplace, making the productivity suite developer the largest software provider on the marketplace with 11 apps. While some vendors (i.e. Netkiller) also provide a similar number of features to Google Apps customers, Zoho is the largest software developer on the marketplace measured by number of apps. Zoho’s new applications include… Read More

  • Zoho Debuts Online Accounting And Invoicing Service Zoho Books

    As we wrote last week, Zoho was prepping the launch of an online accounting software called Zoho Books. Today, the productivity suite empire is launching Zoho Books to the public. Zoho’s 26th productivity app, Zoho Books, is an online accounting software that gives business as snapshot of money flowing into and out of accounts. The software allows you to send invoices for payments… Read More

  • Zoho Preparing Online Accounting Service Zoho Books (Screenshots)

    It appears that Zoho is expanding its productivity suite empire once again with the launch of Zoho Books, an online accounting software. We were alerted to the new product by a reader, who managed to find the company’s 26th product (though it appears that Zoho has taken the site down). We’ve posted screenshots below. Similar to Quickbooks, Zoho Books is an online accounting… Read More

  • Web-Based Productivity Suite Zoho Launches Help Desk Software Zoho Support

    Web-Based Productivity Suite Zoho Launches Help Desk Software Zoho Support

    Zoho is an impressive company all around—the startup’s web-based productivity competes directly with Microsoft and Google, but has never taken any outside funding. And Zoho now has 25 different productivity apps, with 3.5 million users actively using Zoho’s apps daily. Today, we can add one more to the mix with the launch of Zoho Support, a web-based help desk… Read More

  • Developers On Google Apps Marketplace: The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

    Six months ago, Google launched its very own app store for enterprise apps, the Google Apps Marketplace, at the search giant’s Campfire One event. The idea behind the marketplace was fairly simple—using a set of APIs, third-party apps could deeply integrate their products within Google Apps and offer these free or paid apps to the productivity suite’s users. At launch… Read More

  • Silicon Valley’s Dark Secret: It’s All About Age

    Silicon Valley’s Dark Secret: It’s All About Age

    An interesting paradox in the technology world is that there is both a shortage and a surplus of engineers in the United States. Talk to those working at any Silicon Valley company, and they will tell you how hard it is to find qualified talent. But listen to the heart-wrenching stories of unemployed engineers, and you will realize that there are tens of thousands who can’t get jobs. Read More

  • Why I’m Craigslisting My iPads

    You can definitely call me an Apple fanboy: I’ve bought practically every device that Steve Jobs has made since 1985—when I got my first Macintosh. I own an Apple TV, several iPods, a Macbook Pro, a Macbook Air, an iMac, two iPhones, and two iPads (one was a gift). For various reasons, I need to use Microsoft Outlook and Windows, so I run these in a virtual machine on my Mac. Read More

  • Zoho Projects Gets A Bug Tracking Application

    Zoho’s project collaboration product and Basecamp-rival, Zoho Projects, is getting a much needed feature today: a Bug Tracking tool. Zoho Projects is a team collaboration and project management application that allows teams to plan, track and collaborate on everyday activities and big software projects with external customers. Tracking software bugs and then prioritizing these bugs… Read More

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