Employees spend a lot of time using email, and rely on it to share documents with colleagues.To improve the email experience on mobile devices, Good Technology has unveiled a secure mobile email app that enables employees to view, edit, print, save and share Microsoft Office document attachments.
Microsoft is making its Office preview apps available for Android phones users, according to Jared Spataro, general manager for the Office 365 marketing team, in a blog post Tuesday.
To make things even easier, SkyKick now offers a "Hands-Free" migration feature that completely automates the process.
Startup hopTo has unveiled version 2.0 of its hopto Work mobile workspace that enables Windows apps to be used across a range of mobile devices.
Migrating data to the cloud is no picnic, so anything that makes the process a little easier is always welcome relief.
File sharing and storage company Dropbox has made badge, it's new Microsoft Office collaboration tool, available to all Dropbox for Business users today, according to its blog.
Earlier this month, Microsoft unveiled its Office for Android tablet app. But if your Android tablet has an Intel processor inside, you're out of luck for now, explained mobile tech guru James Kendrick in a ZDNet article.
Apple has released the Web-based iWork for free on its iCloud beta site.
In a move to expand its influence among the professional set, Apple has opened its iWork suite up free of charge for any device without the need to own one of the company's tablets, phones or computers.
For enterprise users of iPad who need to work with business documents, don't fret. There are alternatives to the Microsoft Office for iPad app, notes James Kendrick with ZDNet.