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A new generation of office tools

At the Under the Radar conference, the spotlight is on emerging technologies intended to change the business landscape.

At the Under the Radar conference, the spotlight is on emerging technologies intended to change the business landscape.

cnet reviews From dozens of presentations, Webware editor Rafe Needleman and crew sift through the crowd and come up with the top five new Web apps.
March 27, 2007

Shots from conference floor, which featured presentations from start-up companies hoping to make a dent in the Office 2.0 market.
March 27, 2007

webware blog YouCams is a slick little embeddable video, voice, and text chatting tool that's a mix of fun and business.
March 26, 2007

Getting Things Done author David Allen explains the importance of list management and offers some free advice on getting things done.
March 26, 2007

webware blog Harnessing the benefits of social bookmarks in a corporate setting seems like the next big thing.
March 23, 2007

webware blog Today's reviewing and meeting apps use the Web to share desktops, photos, and live video.
March 23, 2007

webware blog In the battle of the online corporate collaboration tools, there's no shortage of good ideas.
March 23, 2007

webware blog A group of presenters focuses on tools that enable regular folks to create Web sites and tools that make things easy for site visitors and customers.
March 23, 2007

webware blog Getting organized quickly is a problem we'd all like to solve. Being able to do so without regard to your location is even better.
March 23, 2007

webware blog In between introducing presenters at the event, CNET's Rafe Needleman is posting quick observations on Twitter. You can follow them here.
March 23, 2007

webware blog For small businesses, the general theme of mashup tools is a little bit like buying lumber versus chopping down a tree.
March 23, 2007

blog These start-ups are hoping to make a dent in the software universe occupied primarily by Microsoft.
March 23, 2007