Office Technology Today

Add flexibility to your operation by considering moving beyond the office.

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It’s no surprise that tech skills are in demand. Research from Dice.com shows where IT folks should be concentrating their attention going forward.

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Remembering the basics

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If you’re still using Office 2007 or 2010, and you are a frequent Excel user, it might be time to consider the newer versions. Here are some of the newest features and how they can save you time.

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Keeping minutes; find/replace; formatting

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Can you do Sparklines in Sheets? … What’s the difference between a Note and a Comment in Google Sheets? … What does ‘is_sorted’ do?

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Many organizations have turned to Google for their office productivity software needs, leaving the seasoned Office user a bit lost when it comes to more advanced capabilities.

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Word has two strategies you can use to create composite documents from subdocuments. A subdocument is just a Word document that will eventually become part of a larger Word document.

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Brands need a smart strategy as social media moves toward a ‘pay for play’ model.

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You might not have thought about it before, but you need to be operating with a disaster recovery plan.

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