5 Nexus 5 setups: Brian Jackson, editor of ITBusiness.ca

One fated morning I woke up and started my routine as per normal. I put on a pot of coffee, chose my clothes from my wardrobe for the day, and went to grab

Published on: July 31st, 2014 Brian Jackson

3 things about mobile revenue that app makers should know

Developers working on mobile apps have probably all felt this before – the excitement of building their app, the giddiness when it starts getting some uptake in the app stores, and then –

Published on: October 17th, 2013 Candice So

Top new features in Evernote 5 for Windows Desktop

Evernote has come out with a whole lot of new features for Windows.  This should hopefully make the app even more dear to you. From providing quicker reach  to  a smarter search to reminders

Published on: September 5th, 2013 Wolston Lobo

Evernote Business launching in December

Evernote Corp. is launching a business version of its popular notes-in-the-cloud software this December, it announced today.Evernote Business will see the introduction of a multi-user version of the Evernote application, which is a

Published on: August 24th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Just how much cloud storage can you get for free?

The cloud isn't just getting personal. Luckily for consumers, it's also getting cheaper. Heck, a lot of it is now absolutely free.Cloud storage is becoming so ubiquitous and so cheap that Gartner Inc.researchers

Published on: April 12th, 2012 Christine Wong

Three ways to use Evernote for work

If you are familiar with Evernote, you know that it's an app and Web service that lets you save and organize notes, PDFs, images, and all kinds of other random bits of data.

Published on: March 21st, 2012 David Spark

Microsoft OneNote released for Android

Word, Excel, and PowerPoint may get all the attention, but OneNote has quickly become the gem of the Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft is now extending the reach of OneNote with an app for

Published on: February 8th, 2012 Tony Bradley

SMBs move cautiously into the cloud

Not quite half of Canada's small and medium businesses are – at least knowingly – using cloud computing today. Of those that are, about two-thirds use software as a service products like Salesforce.com

Published on: October 31st, 2011 Grant Buckler