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Office Technology

Business Management Daily is your source for office technology tips and training. WE provide keyboard-tested advice on Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and more.

It is said that people only use 10% of their brains. Are you only using 10% of your office technology? We’ll help you unlock the other 90%.

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Free checklists and reports allow you to identify potential legal problems with compensation, discrimination, disability and more.

President Bush signed the federal government's first law fighting junk e-mail, but don't expect a spam-free e-mail in-box.

If your office burns money by lighting unoccupied work areas, look into motion detectors.

If you need to notify customers, employees or others quickly, check into services that make hundreds of phone calls in seconds.

Just one hip-hopping employee downloading tunes all day can sap your computer resources and expose you to legal problems, not to mention kill that worker's productivity.

Small businesses often trade referrals among each other. It's a smart and easy way to attract new business.

More small businesses are leasing technology equipment to cut costs and increase efficiency. But it could mean scant savings if you choose the wrong lease agreement.

Many people use online payment systems like PayPal as a way to send payments online. But a new scam is spreading via e-mail that claims to come from PayPal and says the recipient's account needs "reactivating."

Making a sale is worthless if you never receive payment. Many companies make the fatal mistake in their collection process of either letting debtors off too easily or turning them off for good.

The Federal Communications Commission ruled last month that consumers can, for the first time, transfer their land-line phone numbers to their cell phones.

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