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More Mac, iOS products seize the spotlight – PC Advisor

More Mac, iOS products seize the spotlight PC Advisor You'll also be able to capture documents , receipts, business cards, and more using an app on iOS or other mobile devices. NeatCloud and NeatMobile are scheduled to be available in Spring 2012 on the subscription pricing model; exact prices are to be … and more

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Apple Offers Publisher Subscription Service, Google Follows – AllBusiness (blog)

AllBusiness (blog) Apple Offers Publisher Subscription Service, Google Follows AllBusiness (blog) Subscriptions are managed through a single sign-on, possibly the one you already use for Google accounts such as Gmail, documents , analytics and reader. Accounts are accessed across platforms including websites and mobile apps, and therefore aren't … and more

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Apple Offers Publisher Subscription Service, Google Follows – AllBusiness (blog)

AllBusiness (blog) Apple Offers Publisher Subscription Service, Google Follows AllBusiness (blog) Subscriptions are managed through a single sign-on, possibly the one you already use for Google accounts such as Gmail, documents , analytics and reader. Accounts are accessed across platforms including websites and mobile apps, and therefore aren't … and more

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Box.net Adds Video Out, AirPrint, and More to IPad App – PCWorld

Globe and Mail Box.net Adds Video Out, AirPrint, and More to IPad App PCWorld Box.net on Thursday jazzed up its cloud storage and collaboration app for iPad and iPhone , adding some much-requested features and enhancements for giving presentations and protecting sensitive data. “The changes are focused … Multitasking on the iPad Guide iPadmodo Apple Offers Publisher Subscription Service, Google Follows AllBusiness (blog) all 1,584 news articles

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Microsoft offers businesses 50% discount on upgrades to Windows 7 or Office 2007

Filed under: OS Updates , Windows , Office , Microsoft Get it while it’s hot! Office and Windows XP Professional users can now upgrade to the latest and greatest Microsoft software suites with 50% off the retail price. Bear in mind this offer is definitely aimed at businesses as it requires Microsoft’s Open Value Subscription system , where you pay for your licenses in cheap yearly instalments. With that said, the discounted price is really quite good: Windows XP and Vista users can upgrade to Windows 7 Professional for about $35 .

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