Atlas launched a mobile scheduling app today that simplifies the process of setting up appointments while away from a computer.
Asana, the startup that helps individuals and teams get tasks done, has its eye on the prize: large enterprises.
Handle launched its productivity application today which helps you organize your inbox, prioritize tasks, and get things done as efficiently as possible.
Google is releasing a version of QuickOffice for Android & iPhone. Microsoft should perhaps be concerned.
Asana has been laser-focused on improving task workflow for large teams over the past few years, but so far you could only access it on your computer or iPhone.
After successfully bringing Microsoft Office to the iPad, iPhone, and Android tablets, CloudOn is today announcing support for Android phones with version 4.0 of its app.
Stealth startup Tomfoolery raises $1.7M for mobile enterprise applications that make "work awesome."
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CloudOn beats Microsoft to the punch.
Oscar Wilde said that "To do nothing at all is the most difficult thing in the world." But for those of us who would love to be doing nothing, there's 24me, a free new iPhone app that populates your daily to-do list automatically and lets you complete those tasks at the touch of a button.
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Siasto, the tiny startup that competes with Huddle, Podio, Asana, and Microsoft Sharepoint, is making a name for itself as the disruptive newcomer on the scene.
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We've known since February that Microsoft was preparing new touch-enabled Office apps for Windows RT, but now it seems those tablet-focused Office apps won't have as many features as their desktop siblings.
If you really want to get Justin Rosenstein going, ask him what he hates about work.
The bearded engineer (pictured) used to work at Facebook; he left in 2008 to co-found Asana, a startup that aims to put a stop …
Clearly I’m not the only one excited by CloudOn and its goal of making tablets more productive with software like Microsoft Office. The company announced today that it has raised $16 million in a second round of funding led by …
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The race is on to bring true productivity software like Microsoft Office to tablets. OnLive debuted its Desktop app earlier this year, which lets you command a virtual Windows desktop from the iPad or Android tablets, and now a smaller …
Hookflash, an iPad app maker looking to make workplace communication streamlined and more productive, has pivoted to focus on connecting you with your LinkedIn contacts. The company is releasing its inaugural app in March, and it will help you communicate …