The energy, effort, funds, and intelligence of the world's software engineers are increasingly being focused on micro-apps. After all, as everyone knows, that's where the action is.

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Published: July 17, 2014
Last Revised: July 17, 2014

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    Scott Lawson | 07-25-2014

    Rightly observed on all of these software behemoths. iTunes is specifically hideous. At risk of sounding like a fanboy, I strongly suggest using Google Apps for Business (not free). Today, it has as much power as MS Office and Outlook/Exchange combined for much less money. Of course all that power comes via using Chrome to access online and offline. I cannot understand why you or anyone would still use IE.

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