Microsoft Office 365 selling like hot cakes to SMBs

Office 365, Microsoft's cloud collaboration and communication suite for organizations, is selling eight times faster than its predecessor, the Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) and has been particularly successful among small businesses, which

Published on: November 30th, 2011 Juan Carlos Perez

Five ways to sidestep mobile malware

Smartphones and tablets are evolving from niche luxury devices to mainstream consumer gadgets. As mobile devices become a ubiquitous part of the mainstream culture, malware developers are paying attention and are anxious to

Published on: November 15th, 2011 Tony Bradley

Mind-mapping goes mobile with Blumind

Blumind (free/donationware) is a simple and friendly mind-mapping application. The entire package weighs in at less than 1 MB, and it is free and portable. This makes it diametrically opposed to TheBrain, which

Published on: November 11th, 2011 Erez Zukerman

ScreenFlow 3.0: amazing screen capture perfect for many tasks

One of the best ways to explain a tricky task to someone—whether it’s replacing spark plugs in a car or using an image editor to clean up an old photo—is to simply show

Published on: November 1st, 2011 Chris McVeigh

Customize free online photo editor GIMP to do even more

Not everyone uses the same photo editing software. There are many programs to choose from, ranging from the industry standard Adobe Photoshop CS to more accessible and affordable programs like Adobe Photoshop Elements

Published on: November 1st, 2011 David Johnson

Fake FireFox 7 site ranks high in search results

If you're using a search engine today to find a download of Firefox 7, be careful about the results you click on. That's because a dubious Web site called Firefox7.org appears high up

Published on: September 29th, 2011 John P. Mello Jr.

BurstPoint CFO speaks out on challenges, lessons learned

Name: Terenzio Volpicelli Age: 37 Time with company: One year Education: Graduate of Bryant University Company headquarters: Westborough, Massachusetts Number of employees: Fewer than 50 About the company: BurstPoint Networks offers a video

Published on: September 27th, 2011 Nancy Weil

Video Rewind: How to use your iPad as a remote desktop connection

This episode of Video Rewind catches ITBusiness.ca's associate editor Brian Jackson playing Angry Birds on an iPad which he was suppose to write a product review on. Jackson, however, quickly recovers and provides

Published on: September 15th, 2011 ITBusiness Staff

Mozilla backtracks on scrubbing Firefox version numbers

Mozilla will not scrub the version number from Firefox's "About" box after all, putting an end to an often-heated debate that first surfaced two weeks ago. "There are no plans to adjust the

Published on: August 29th, 2011 Gregg Keizer and John Ribeiro

MSN.com disables user-tracking

Microsoft said it has disabled an online tracking technology that, according to a Stanford University researcher, allowed the company to sneakily track users on MSN.com -- even after they deleted their browser cookies

Published on: August 22nd, 2011 Jaikumar Vijayan

Nine programs to master your PC’s file management

Back when Windows Vista was but a twinkle in Bill Gates's eye, Microsoft had some extremely ambitious plans to rid computer users of an outmoded concept called "files." But alas, WinFS (as the

Published on: August 19th, 2011 Erez Zukerman

Be a Dropbox ninja: 62 ways to master its use

Ask Macworld editors to name our favourite apps, and most of us would mention Dropbox. The file-synchronizing service has revolutionized the way we use our Macs; we're always looking for new things it

Published on: August 19th, 2011 Macworld Staff

Adobe Edge free preview makes Web animations simple

The Flash-versus-HTML war is mostly hype. HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript can't accomplish everything Flash can do today, and at their current rate of development, they'll take a long time to catch up (while

Published on: August 18th, 2011 Neil McAllister

9 apps that will make your skin crawl

There was an old Andy Griffith episode involving a stranger who arrived in Mayberry and knew so much about the townspeople and the goings-on of the town that it was as if he’d

Published on: July 28th, 2011 Mark Sullivan