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Scribd adds print-on-demand to its e-book services

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The team at Scribd, a popular site for sharing written content, says it wants users to access that content even if they’re not at their computer. As one step in that direction, the San Francisco company announced a feature in February that allows users to read Scribd documents and e-books...
Scribd adds print-on-demand to its e-book services

Docstoc Partners With Microsoft To Start Selling Some Of Its Document Templates From Inside Office

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Docstoc, the online store for high-quality professional and business documents that made its debut at the TechCrunch40 conference back in 2007, today announced that it has partnered with Microsoft to sell its content directly to Microsoft Office users from within the Office applications. When Office users search for templates, they...
Docstoc Partners With Microsoft To Start Selling Some Of Its Document Templates From Inside Office

Disrupt Hackathon Winner Docracy Adds Collaborative Editing And Signing Capabilities To Github For Legal Documents

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There are a number of websites that offer form legal documents to users. But it can be difficult to complete the next step of the process of establishing a will, or forming a company, when it comes to actually editing, and signing these documents online. Docracy, which won the Disrupt...
Disrupt Hackathon Winner Docracy Adds Collaborative Editing And Signing Capabilities To Github For Legal Documents
Facebook behind budget on Q1 ad revenue, sources say

Canon Pixma MG4220 review: Capable home-office MFP with pricey ink

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The $130 Canon Pixma MG4220 color inkjet multifunction will easily handle the needs of a home office, but its ink costs are higher than average, and they're ludicrously expensive if you make the mistake of purchasing the low-capacity PG-240 and CL-241 cartridges. On the other hand, the unit provides...
Canon Pixma MG4220 review: Capable home-office MFP with pricey ink
Docstoc's blockbuster premier: an MBA-level video series for small businesses [exclusive]

Stealthy Legal Startup DocRun Raises $1.1M From Resolute.VC, Don Dodge And Others

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A new legal startup is launching to the public soon, hoping to shake up the legal documents space. LA-based DocRun is announcing that it has raised $1.1 million in seed funding from VC Michael Hirshland’s new fund, Resolute.vc, Google’s Don Dodge, and Kima Ventures. While some details of what DocRun...
Stealthy Legal Startup DocRun Raises $1.1M From Resolute.VC, Don Dodge And Others

Google Refuses Texas AG's Request for Business Documents

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KellbotSo much for Google’s promise to cooperate with the Texas attorney general’s investigation of its business practices. With that pledge now two years in the past and gathering dust, the company is taking a decidedly different approach to Texas AG Greg Abbott’s repeated requests for documents it has allegedly been...
Google Refuses Texas AG's Request for Business Documents

Central Desktop revamps its collaboration tools

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Central Desktop today unveiled version 2.0 of its set of online tools, including project management, document collaboration, and web meetings. There are a lot of options out there for companies looking for online collaboration software, acknowledged chief executive Isaac Garcia. But while competing startups might claim to be comprehensive, most...
Central Desktop revamps its collaboration tools

DocStoc Launches Online Document Store

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DocStoc, the cloud-based document-hosting service, has launched an iTunes-style online store and related selling features that allow any individual or corporate user to sell documents either through the DocStoc site or via the service’s embedded document viewer. Founder and CEO Jason Nazar said in an interview in advance of...
DocStoc Launches Online Document Store

Doxie Go a handy document scanner

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I think it's fair to say that most of us have too much paper in our lives, whether it's business documents, receipts, financial statements, or (my personal weakness) keepsake scraps like menus and ticket stubs. Flatbed scanners are inexpensive, but for large jobs (and, heck, even small ones), the scanning...
Doxie Go a handy document scanner

Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

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Note to CIOs: If you don’t think your workers are using Dropbox to store and share business documents, you’ve got another think coming. One out of five of 1,300 business users surveyed said they use the consumer file-sync-and-share system with work documents, according to new research by Nasuni, an enterprise...
Guess what Mr. CIO? One in five of your employees uses Dropbox at work

DocSync brings your docs to the iPad, no matter where they’re stored

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Last year at the DEMO conference, R. Paul Singh was forced to return home to find a simple document on his computer that he couldn’t access via his iPad. He couldn’t access the file over e-mail, remote desktop was too slow, and he forgot to upload it to his Dropbox...
DocSync brings your docs to the iPad, no matter where they’re stored

Twitter Hacker, Document Leaker, Arrested in France

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The AFP is reporting that the person who leaked internal business documents from Twitter Inc. to the blog TechCrunch last July is also the same person who compromised the Twitter accounts of Barack Obama and other celebrities last year. A 25 year old who went by the name "Hacker Croll"...
Twitter Hacker, Document Leaker, Arrested in France
Box seeks new allies in cloud storage wars with integration framework

Hackers Stole Apple IDs From A Company In Florida, Not From The FBI

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ORLANDO, Fla., Sept 10 (Reuters) - A Florida company said on Monday that its files - not an FBI agent's laptop - were hacked by a renegade group that released Apple product identification data it claimed to have obtained through a breach of the nation's top law enforcement agency. "We...
Hackers Stole Apple IDs From A Company In Florida, Not From The FBI
Rev raises $4.5M for freelance marketplace from founders of similar service

Like Bees to Free Honey, SohoOS Signs up 1,000 New Businesses Per Day

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Amid the race to provide software solutions to the world’s largest enterprises, much of the software industry has ignored the needs of small businesses.  There’s a good reason for that: They take just as much time and effort to sell and the deal sizes are puny. Plenty of SAAS...
Like Bees to Free Honey, SohoOS Signs up 1,000 New Businesses Per Day

These Timelines Break Down Every Facebook, Twitter And LinkedIn Acquisition Ever

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Everyone remembers when Facebook bought Instagram for a headline-friendly billion dollars last April. But what about the 10 companies it acquired after that? Or the 29 prior? The social media landscape is in such a constant state of flux that it's sometimes hard to remember who did what when. The...
These Timelines Break Down Every Facebook, Twitter And LinkedIn Acquisition Ever

Will Google's Cloud be a Cozy Nest for Aviary?

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Aviary, the online creative platform is a visionary tool. When it launched a few years back, the irony of a Flash based Photoshop competitor was, well, ironic. With the launch of Aviary in Google's App Marketplace, we can say that the company is close to making lightening strike twice, this...
Will Google's Cloud be a Cozy Nest for Aviary?
DocStoc unleashes 30 free iPad and iPhone apps for business types

Newer, Speedier Networks Don't Always Top Forbearers

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In a world of hyper-connectivity and streams of information that the Internet and the cloud offer, do 19th century (or even earlier) business documents still make sense?...
Newer, Speedier Networks Don't Always Top Forbearers

NeatReceipts scanner makes filing a snap

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If you've never stared woefully at a stack of business cards or receipts wishing you could magically digitize their info, I envy you. The NeatReceipts ($149.99) digital filing system might not be magic, but it's certainly much easier than entering all that information manually. The package includes a compact...
NeatReceipts scanner makes filing a snap

7 Reasons Why The Windows 7 Phone Is THE iPhone Killer

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The sleeping giant is back. With yesterday’s announcement of the new Windows Phone 7 I believe we are seeing the rise of Phone 7 as the iPhone killer. Forget Android, this is the one you need to pay attention to.Why? Scale, style and apps are the key reasons. Not to...
7 Reasons Why The Windows 7 Phone Is THE iPhone Killer

The New Microsoft Office Web Apps: Still Free, Still Almost Good Enough

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With Microsoft's "new" Office Web Apps, released in preview form last week, one thing remains the same: while it's fine for simple content creation, users still risk the frustration of opening an Office document and finding it too complex for Microsoft's minor-league Web app to handle. The new version of...
The New Microsoft Office Web Apps: Still Free, Still Almost Good Enough
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