Enterprise 2.0 is a move toward bringing the collaborative technology of the social web to the office. By leveraging social tools such as wikis, blogs, social networking and social bookmarking, Enterprise 2.0 can create an office synergy that leads to increased communication and productivity.
Google Apps Marketplace is an online software store similar to the iPhone app store or the Android marketplace. So how can Google Apps Marketplace help you?
Cloud Computing is a term that is often bandied about the web these days and often attributed to different things that -- on the surface -- don't seem to have that much in common. So just what is Cloud Computing?
What is Enterprise 2.0? The easy answer is that Enterprise 2.0 is bringing Web 2.0 into the office, but that is not entirely accurate. This article takes a look under Enterprise 2.0's hood.
The business wiki is transforming the way we work. More companies are turning to the power of the wiki to streamline internal communications both on a multi-location platform and within a single location.
Free online software has come a long way in the past few years with many free office software suites just as feature-rich as their desktop counterparts. Leading the pack are Zoho, ThinkFree and Google, but other online software applications for the office also shine.
A guide to the architecture, history and future of web-based applications.
An article looking back into the history of computing and comparing the future of web applications to the old terminal-mainframe architecture of early computing.
An article explaining Office 2.0 and examining both the benefits and the downside of using the internet as an office platform.
Marziah Karch, your guide to Google, provides step-by-step instructions on sharing your documents in Google Docs.
A review of the beta version of Google Docs, an online office productivity suite that includes a spreadsheet, a word processor, and presentation software.