Office productivity suites are beginning to resemble unified communication and collaboration tools, the GCN Lab discovers in its review of five new suites.
Microsoft has long been the standard among office suites, and Office 2010 is no exception.
Looking for a robust office suite that is professional and lacks any kind of bells and whistles? Then look no further than OpenOffice 3.2.
While it's not a full office suite, the new features and clean interface of Lotus 8.5 merit some recognition.
The GCN Lab takes a look at five powerful workstations and finds they offer plenty of power and room for more, although all have their limitations.
This black laptop PC is built like a tank and is only slightly lighter. But that weight is mostly armor that protects it from extremes of all sorts.
Once installed in a vehicle, the ES820 is surprisingly rugged. We took the ES820 off-road through rocks, streams and more than a little mud.
The R1S3 can function as a rugged laptop most of the time, but could be converted to a tablet for activities such as filling out forms or working in the field.
At just six ounces, the Brigade weighs little more than a regular phone, but is rugged enough to withstand just about anything you can throw at it.
The D14RM is a featherweight of a rugged laptop, coming in at just 6 pounds, 5 ounces without its power cables. That might seem heavy, but compared to the near 10-pound monsters in this field, it's light.
This sleek slate tablet lets you cheat and plug into a clever docking station that adds a full-size, waterproof keyboard to the configuration.
The Armor tablet is surprisingly powerful, showing that its 64-bit Windows 7 operating system can handle any task you give it.
The IronKey Enterprise suite is software that makes deploying and monitoring your rugged key drives a very simple process.
When you need to do a rough job in a small space, or have to be carrying your rugged gear all day, the PS236 might become your little yellow best friend.
The GCN Lab tests 10 of 2010's toughest computing devices, including laptops and tablet PCs, a vehicle-mounted computer, and a phone that would make James Bond proud.