Microsoft has launched its Office apps for Android tablets today, so you can now head over to the Google Play store and download Word, Excel and PowerPoint versions which are tailored to work on a slate.
All this new technology might be helpful in our everyday lives, both inside the office and outside, but when it comes to creativity, pen, paper and the whiteboard still reign supreme, says Epson.
A study of more than 5,000 office professionals across the US, UK, Germany, France and Australia exposes how antiquated business processes and outdated ways of working with documents are having a dramatic impact on productivity, efficiency and worker satisfaction.
Online career site for the technology community, Dice, conducted a survey to ask IT pros what they believed was the future of the office - and the answers will fascinate you.
Those silly cat videos you watch on Facebook every day at work are costing the country billions of pounds, claims a new study.
As the company continues its cross-platform strategy, Microsoft is set to release the Android version of its touch-optimised Office suite before the Windows variant.
On the 11 November, a major patch relating to 16 security bulletins will be released, five of which are “critical,” nine which are “important” and two which address moderate risks.
Microsoft and Dropbox are integrating their services for collaboration across Dropbox and Microsoft Office on phones, tablets and the web.
Replacing the SMB packages currently available, UK businesses will now be able to choose from three plans: Office 365 Business Essentials, Business and Business Premium.
Technology that will bring offices into the future is available now, says Paul Statham, founder and CEO of workplace solutions firm Condeco Software - and that, he's going to try and convince you, is a good thing.
Stefan Schachinger, Consulting System Engineer (Data Protection) at Barracuda Networks, has some practical issues with the idea. Is he right?
Business analytics firm SAS has announced it is opening a new Inside Sales and Customer Contact Centre in Ireland in a €40 million (£29m) investment.
New research has revealed that UK businesses are losing £250 million a year as a result of unproductive working days.
According to a new report by Source for Consulting, nearly two-thirds of employees in mid-market businesses in the UK feel that more investment in mobile technology is required.
The 2015 Wearable Technology Survey shows that a lot of IT professionals run networks with the new devices - and are not sure they're completely on top of the challenge, it seems.