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Tag: ONLINE APPLICATIONS

Starting things off with Zoho

Zoho is always up to something. The company that seems like it never stops to breath has released another update to their Zoho suite, Start. The Start beta is a not another Zoho application, it is merely an integrated Start page for all of your other Zoho applications. Think of it as a desktop for all things Zoho. When logging in at zoho.com, users are forwarded to start.zoho.com which aggregates ...

Web 2 Cool for school - A rundown of online applications for students

With some students already in school, and some preparing to enter yet another journey into a new semester, let DLS make your studies that much more organized with a few free desktop and web applications that will make your school life that much more enjoyable. From free document creation applications, online to-do's and organization applications, users are faced with a decision, go for the costly...

Simple Spark: a directory of web applications

Need to find an image hosting service, online spreadsheet, or task management solution? Simple Spark can help. Simple Spark aims to be for web applications what Google is for pretty much everything else online. The site has an index of more than 3000 web applications, covering everything from online travel services to accounting and investing web sites. Each web app includes a brief description, a...

Google has acquired JotSpot

Joe Kraus of Jotspot, has announced today that they have been acquired by Google. Jotspot is a leader in hosted wiki application development. Jotspot was founded in 2004 as the first company to offer this type of hosted wiki solution. Jotspot's goal was to make wiki websites that anyone could update and add to, without knowing coding. Jotspot had a simple WYSIWYG editor, with advanced search and ...

Microsoft online applications in the works?

It looks like Microsoft could have finally realized that the future of software is all about online applications. Microsoft has said that they might be considering launching an online free, ad supported version of its software. The software it might be planning on integrating for online usage is Microsoft Works, which retails for $50 currently. Works has a calendar, spreadsheet, web browser, and e...