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Computerworld Crash Course: Mastering Evernote as Groupware
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CIO: Yet another reason to budget for an Apple Watch

Function by function, developers are delivering solutions that consolidate Apple's presence in the enterprise.

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Dropbox for Business gets two new collaboration tools

Users can now comment on shared files and keep Microsoft Office documents synchronized more easily.

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Adobe launches Document Cloud with touch-enabled Acrobat DC

Adobe already offers tailored cloud products for creative and marketing professionals, and on Tuesday it launched a like-minded initiative focused squarely on documents.

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Adobe heralds the PAPERLESS OFFICE. Sounds familiar...

Adobe is pleased to announce its all-new Document Cloud service, which, along with the new Acrobat DC apps, will stop you using paper forms, once and for all. In IT Blogwatch, bloggers make like Ned Ludd...

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Hands on: Joomla tries a CMS for non-developers

Open-source CMS Joomla.com is now available as a hosting platform for new users. It offers a wide variety of options -- perhaps more than most newbies can handle.

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Drupal warns unpatched users: Assume your site was hacked

Drupal users who didn't immediately apply a security patch released on Oct. 15 should consider their sites compromised.

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Hands-on: WordPress 4.0 adds useful features to a rich platform

WordPress 4.0, the latest version of the popular content management system, adds an improved rich-content editor and plugin discoverability to an already feature-full platform.

Chief data officer may go the way of chief electricity officer

The U.S. Commerce Department plans to hire a chief data officer , whose job will be to make more of the department's data publicly available. Whoever takes the job will be part of an exclusive club.

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