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  • How to Get Your Documents Under Control

    An events-planning business moves from a time-consuming, manual process for creating documents to one that uses HP Relate templates.

    Written by Stephanie Overby19 Dec. 13 13:48
  • In search of an Android mobile strategy

    Medical technology moves at warp speed, and trying to wring back-office benefits from the latest gadgets can be tricky in a field governed by strict privacy regulations.

    Written by Michael Ybarra16 Dec. 11 05:11
  • Five things you need to know about Office 2011 for Mac

    1. It's time to say goodbye to Entourage. Outlook has finally arrived for Mac users. The good news: It's easier to send files and calendar invites through Exchange. The bad news: It won't sync with iCal or allow side-by-side calendars. New features include public folders, category syncing and Social Connector, which imports LinkedIn contacts and status updates from Facebook. Reed Sheard, VP and CIO at Westmont College, thinks that, overall, "if it works as advertised, it will save time on the support side."

    Written by Lauren Brousell18 Dec. 10 05:54
  • Five things CIOs need to know about mobile printing

    It's in demand. As mobile devices become more capable, users want the ability to print from them. Imagine an executive visiting a remote branch office and getting e-mailed a PDF of an important document to review. Which do you think he'd rather do: Ruin his eyes trying to read it on his 3-inch BlackBerry screen? Or send it to the nearest multifunction printer? Mobile devices are everywhere, and users increasingly expect to have the option to print when it's convenient.

    Written by David F. Carr24 Nov. 10 09:38
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  • Microsoft's Office for iPad shakes up mobile enterprise

    It's hard to overstate the impact of the Microsoft Office for iPad. The arrival of the dominant productivity suite on the dominant tablet promises to change how iPads are viewed in the enterprise. Office for iPad may also crush competitive apps, shut out Cloud storage providers and limit MDM vendors.

    Written by Tom Kaneshige15 April 14 05:43