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  • Conquer Your Workplace Distractions

    Conquer Your Workplace Distractions

    “Before we begin, please put your phones on silent or vibrate.” Sound familiar?  Meetings, lessons and conference sessions routinely begin with this message.

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  • Huddle Makes a New Productivity Play

    Enterprise collaboration vendor Huddle  is launching Huddle Desktop — and deeper integration with Office. James Pipe, head of Product Management at Huddle, said Huddle Desktop also adds a new layer of productivity to the Huddle experience.

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  • The Horrors of Installing Win10 on a Tablet

    The Horrors of Installing Win10 on a Tablet

    I have an unhealthy addiction to tablets. Within arms reach right now, there are five working tablets with a screen size of 8-inches or smaller. Think about that: five, just on my desk, right here. Yep  — I'm addicted. I need to talk to a medical professional.

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  • What If Your Boss Could See Everything on Your Phone?

    What If Your Boss Could See Everything on Your Phone?

    Let’s just call him Harold because he asked us not to use his real name. He’s a sales rep at an insurance firm who cruises apps like Tinder and Match.com between customer visits.

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  • Your Office Is Everywhere

    Your Office Is Everywhere

    Describing the traditional office used to be simple. It was the place you’d enter every workday, to do the job you’d been paid to do, that you'd leave at the end of the day.

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  • Quip Takes on the Productivity Gorillas

    Quip Takes on the Productivity Gorillas

    Microsoft’s productivity suite is in the crosshairs again — this time, by upstart Quip. This week Quip expanded its focus beyond mobile to the wider business community with the release of native desktop apps.

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  • Was Microsoft Doomed with Nokia?

    Was Microsoft Doomed with Nokia?

    Microsoft’s smartphone strategy was not so smart after all. It took too long to develop and never stood a chance in an Android- and iOS-dominated world, analysts told CMSWire on the day the software giant fired close to 8,000 of its phone-division employees.

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  • 'I Lost My Phone and Can't Call Home'

    'I Lost My Phone and Can't Call Home'

    It was a blissful three or four days off to celebrate July 4th, but the sad truth is … you're back at work. And as you go about your day you're finding the oddest things happening: you can't remember the password you use to log into your files.

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  • Build Websites with Your Phone? Binarta Says Yes

    If you ever wished you could build or edit a website using just your smart phone, you’re in luck. Binarta, a mobile-first platform developed by thinkerIT, uses pre-designed templates, point-and-click actions for content entry, and a simple user interface to allow users to build and maintain their websites right

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  • Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Finding Your Way with BYOA

    Sometimes keeping up with technology trends requires a little deciphering. The roadmap for navigating the “Bring Your Own...” push in business, for instance, should probably come with a legend just to keep all the acronyms straight.

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  • Got Business Mobility? Think Again Says VMware

    Got Business Mobility? Think Again Says VMware

    Most companies who say they’ve delivered enterprise mobility to their workforce haven’t even come close. So said Noah Wasmer, VP of Product Management at VMware, in an interview with CMSWire last week.

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  • More Babble About the Windows Phone

    More Babble About the Windows Phone

    As you folks know I'm a long-suffering Windows phone user and that's been one of the topics we've discussed the past couple of weeks. A few weeks ago I talked about how Windows phone 10 does not agree with me and then last week I talked about all the people who yelled at me because I said

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  • Microsoft's So Cool I'd Wash Bill Gates's Car(s)

    Microsoft's So Cool I'd Wash Bill Gates's Car(s)

    For the first time in my long nerd life, I’ve been attacked on the Internet. It's been kind of crazy, and I feel compelled to set the record straight. A few weeks ago I shared some thoughts in a provocatively titled article, “Is It Time to Lose Your Windows Phone? ” Now that’s also very ironic because

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  • Will You Help Microsoft Take Over Your Phone?

    Will You Help Microsoft Take Over Your Phone?

    Forget the device, it’s about mobility and the experience, so said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at Ignite, the company’s gargantuan user conference in Chicago earlier this month. “When we say mobile first, it is not the mobility of a single device that matters.

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