Office software goes far beyond word processing and spreadsheets. Make sure you’re developing the technology skills your office needs to succeed.
From Google tips and web document management to web meetings and more, Business Management Daily tells you what’s new, and whether it’s worth the investment.
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The new iOS5 operating system has more than 200 new features that are designed to make using your iPhone easier. Here is an overview of the new features:
Using the iPad for business just got easier with enhanced software and power. OnLive, the online gaming service, has used its technology to create OnLive Desktop Plus, offering a full-fledged version of Windows 7 and Word, Excel and PowerPoint for the iPad.
There’s no guarantee your employees’ personal devices are as well-protected as company-issued devices. To ensure the safety of employees' smartphones and continued access to your company’s information, take these six steps before allowing employees to use them for work.
Hopefully, your taxes are done and you can save this intelligence for next year. If not, here are the top three tax preparation software resources, according to TopTenReviews:
Most computer users can’t imagine working without a mouse. But you should take a look at the time you can save with Alt key shortcuts.
The old Bluetooth devices were hard to hear and uncomfortable. Today’s Bluetooth devices are much more advanced, and even many new cars are designed with Bluetooth technology built in.
Creating meeting agendas just got a lot easier with MeetingMix, online software that helps set agendas and track minutes.
The market for smartphone and tablet apps that help employees and business operate more efficiently is expected to hit $6.1 billion in 2014, which is double from 2010 levels, says a Compass Intelligence study.
Tips for working in new or unfamiliar software: 1. Right-click to see what options you have. 2. Google your question. 3. Keep detailed notes in a file for software tasks you do only occasionally.