Wednesday, December 19, 2012Puzzle fans warned of Excel-based Sudoku malware Beware, some Microsoft Excel-based Sudoku generator spreadsheets may contain malware-laden macros, says Sophos
Friday, June 15, 20127 great Google spreadsheet gadgets One of the best-kept secrets of Google Docs, these gadgets add powerful features to your spreadsheets
Monday, February 06, 2012How CFOs and CIOs can find hedging help Via the cloud or spreadsheets, finance and IT execs can buy a wide range of products and expertise to help them hedge their companies' bets
Tuesday, January 13, 2009How many missing BlackBerries do you have? Most companies are paying for telecom services they don’t use, or worse, have been disconnected altogether. Read why one tech analyst thinks organizations should re-evaluate their telecom expense management procedures. Plus, Vocio releases an update to its TEM software
Tuesday, September 30, 2008Washington embraces Google technology D.C. government switches to enterprise version of Google Apps for two reasons.
Tuesday, July 22, 2008CEO, Jedox GmbH Jedox's Palo server stores and parses company data according to a number of dimensions, unlike the 2-D format of Microsoft's ubiquitous spreadsheet. How to synch, slice and dice
Thursday, September 13, 2007Linux could be a smart choice for smartphones In five years, one third of all smart phone users will have the open source OS on their device, according to a study recently released by the New York City-based ABI Research. How IT managers should prepare
Thursday, October 26, 2006Hartco bids adieu to Excel with new consolidation tool More time to analyze the numbers, and less time to generate them. That’s the key take-away Hartco Income Fund is hoping for with its implementation of financial intelligence applications from SAS Canada.
Wednesday, May 31, 2006Get rid of the spreadsheet blues The more complex the spreadsheet the more prone it is to error. According to studies performed by The Journal of Property Management in 2002, if your spreadsheet has in excess of 200 lines, the probability of error approaches 100 percent. Very often, the IT department is called in to value-add and implement the right level of security controls and processes to ensure that the data quality is maintained.
Thursday, May 25, 2006New worm tries to score in wake of World Cup World Cup soccer fans should be aware of a new worm being circulated by e-mail with the German-language message "WM-Tickets" or "Weltmeisterschaft," security vendor Sophos PLC warned.
Thursday, October 27, 2005Shark Tank This branch office manager has a nasty habit of hitting the speakerphone’s mute button and cursing when he gets angry during meetings. “Then one meeting,” says a pilot fish, “the videoconference room was the only room available.
Monday, October 24, 2005Microsoft to talk up Office 12's BI enhancements Microsoft Corp. Monday will unveil a host of new business intelligence (BI) features that will be available in the next version of Microsoft Office, code-named Office 12, in an effort to push the software as more than just a productivity suite.
Monday, October 03, 2005Microsoft adds native PDF support to Office 12 Microsoft Corp. is adding native support for PDF (portable document format) in the next version of its office productivity suite, code-named Office 12, which is expected to be available next year.
Thursday, January 20, 2005S.C. Johnson goes with custom-tools Finding the right software to solve a specific business need can be frustrating. When companies can’t find anything off-the-shelf, they have another option — custom-developed software.
Wednesday, October 03, 2001Sun moves StarOffice into beta Companies looking for alternatives to Microsoft Corp.'s Office software suite can now beta test Sun Microsystems Inc.'s StarOffice Version 6.0, Sun said Tuesday in a statement.