Dropbox synchronises your files across multiple computers and mobile devices automatically. Files are also stored securely online. You can access them from anywhere using any browser, including supported mobile devices. You are also protected from computer crashes and other disasters. Dropbox also manages various versions of each file for 30 days, or indefinitely for an additional charge.
Access your Home or Office based computers from anywhere in the world, using any PC with an internet connection, and even using your mobile phone. LogMeIn provide a range of solutions to suit everyone from the home user, to large IT Departments supporting workstations and servers around the world.
OpenOffice.org Productivity Suite provides a range of tools that rival Microsofts Office Suite. It is Open Source Software, so it's free to download and use on unlimited numbers of computers. The suite can create and open Microsoft Office documents, and is a real alternative to higher licensing costs
OSAlt.com is an online directory that allows you to search for Open Source (often freeware) alternatives to well known commercial software. For example, OpenOffice instead of Microsoft Office; Gimp instead of Adobe Photoshop; Dia instead of Microsoft Visio
Now included in all Microsoft Office 2010 Suites, Microsoft OneNote 2010 creates a place to store ideas and information. Organise your thoughts and share them with others. Drag and drop information from websites and other applications; capture text, images, video and audio; all tracked and linked in your OneNote Notebook.