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Document Management Roll-up: Office 2013's New Document Abilities Unveiled

This week, document management was only ever going to be about the official release of details around Office 2013, which Steve Ballmer unveiled at an event on Monday. Also this week, Alfresco enters alliance with Kodak, Docile takes capture to the cloud and Kofax upgrades Kofax Express.

Watch Microsoft's Office 2013 Event Live Today

new_office_logo_official.PNGThe new Office suite has been formally unveiled by Microsoft with Yammer and SharePoint taking center stage among the new features. See what else was shown off at the launch event today, and where you can download the new customer preview version. 

Telerik's Kendo UI Adds Support for Tablets, New Controls & Widgets for iPad

Telerik's Kendo UI Adds Support for Tablets, New Controls & Widgets for iPadTools provider Telerik is adding support for tablets in its new release of Kendo UI Complete. The updated suite of Web, DataViz and management tools for developers now also offers server-side wrappers for ASP.NET MVC, supporting development of HTML5 and Javascript mobile apps and sites.

Microsoft Unveiling the Next Office on Monday?

office13_logo.PNGMicrosoft's Office dominance is under attack as cloud services, users working on tablets and even the replacement documents by emails all take their toll. What can Microsoft pull out of the hat to liven its ageing service? 

Sharegate Offers Economical, Simple SharePoint Content Migration

If you like SharePoint -- and let’s face it, here at CMSWire we do -- you’re going to like Sharegate and its migration products. This week, the Montreal-based company has just added a new product, Copy Exchange Public Folders to SharePoint, to its other migration capabilities.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: Office 15 Beta + Foxit, Huddle Offer Tablet Solutions

It may be a short week, but there’s still plenty happening. There are ongoing rumors that Office 15 will go into public beta any day now, Foxit offers PDF management for Surface, ABBYY and SoftCo partner, while WatchDox offers a Dropbox, Box alternative. Huddle is also offering syncing functionality for iPad.

Office 15 Public Beta Release Rumored For This Week, Includes PDF Editing Abilities

Microsoft’s slow drip of information about the release of its new business productivity software continues. Over the past six months there have been a number of leaks around SharePoint, for example, as well as Office 15. With the latter, the wait could be over as there are reports that Office 15 will be going into beta this week.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: Rumored November Office for iPad Release, Snowbound Updates

Though quiet on the news front this week, there were a few things we thought worth noting. There are more unsubstantiated rumors about a November release date for Office for iPad, Citrix and YouSendIt Integrate, Snowbound upgraded one of its SDKs, and we took a look at exactly what a doo can do.

Twitter Partnerships Expand Tweet Access, Content

Twitter has recently launched two new partnership programs that expand the accessibility and content of its tweets. A deal with social monitoring service Salesforce Radian6 provides Radian6 customers with direct access to Twitter’s “firehose” of 400 million daily tweets, while partnerships with organizations ranging from the New York Times to the WWE gives Twitter users access to expanded content such as images and videos, without having to leave their Twitter accounts.

Novell's Enterprise Collaboration Tool Vibe Gets Office Integration, Offline Access

novell_logo_2010.jpgNovell has released a new version of its team collaboration solution, Novell Vibe. The latest version, Novell Vibe 3.3, adds integration with Microsoft Office 2007/2010 and offline access.

GRC Roll-up: Google Warns Email May Be Attacked, IBM Offers Mobile Security

This week the focus was principally on security as Google warned that some accounts may be the focus of state sponsored attacks, while IBM offered security components for mobile devices. Also this week, both RSA and Lockpath upgraded their GRC platform offerings.

Rumors Swirl About Microsoft Office's Move to iOS, Android

Rumors Swirl About Microsoft Office's Move to iOS, AndroidIt seems that no matter where users are working, they want Microsoft Office. At the beginning of the year, there was lots of buzz about Microsoft Office on the iPad. Now, rumors are swirling about Android. An unnamed source is saying that the popular office productivity suite will make its official appearance on iOS and Android devices by the end of the year.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Office for Mac SP2 Gets Pulled After One Week

This week, Microsoft offered us a new definition of pulling speed when it took Office for Mac SP2 off the shelves, SharePoint and DotNetNuke get close, SpringCM joins the mobile party, Perceptive also gets mobile with Interact and Adobe releases CS6/Extended.

Document Mgt Roll-up: When Will Office 15 Be Released?

This week, the question of the timing of the Office 15 release came to the fore again with a leaked document appearing on the Web, while Office 2007 support seems to have been extended for a few months. Perceptive offers a document viewer for iPad with an Android viewer due, Yammer bought document collaboration vendor OneDrum, while DocuWare expanded in Canada.

Zoho Brings Docs and CRM Apps to Android, Projects to iPhone

zoho_logo_2010.jpg Zoho is bringing its impressive lineup of Web-based office apps from the desktop to smartphones with the arrival of Zoho Docs and Zoho CRM for Android (available now) and. Zoho Projects for Apple's iPhone, which will be available shortly.

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