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Central Desktop adds simultaneous edits for Office

The company's new suite allows users to collaborate on Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. The platform also gives users the ability to keep track of the changes and additions made by different users

Canadian War Museum wins digitization battle

Taking 100-year-old archival material and uploading it onto the Web is no easy task. Explore the Web development secrets behind the Canadian museum's newest educational site.

Police and public to share Auckland Wi-Fi

A public-private partnership has set up a camera system to watch a suburb's streets, which also includes a Wi-Fi network. The public will soon be able to take advantage of that part of the system, says an integrator behind the project

Still soul-searching after all these years

The IT profession has been asking itself many of the same questions around the value of IT for countless years According to some leaders, it

Google offers Apps tool to circumvent IT depts

Team Edition contains the core communication and collaboration services and applications from other editions, like the word processor, spreadsheet and Start page, but admins won't be involved in the setup

Australia missing the benefits of being green

While efforts focused on decreasing the environmental impact of IT are still in the nascent stage, concerns are climbing up the corporate IT and government regulation agenda, according to surveys by Springboard Research

‘Closed loop’ RFID gains momentum

Not all early adopters are focused on using tags to exchange data among customers and partners. Experts discuss the internal opportunities and the ongoing barriers to entry

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