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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%.
The Federal Communications Commission ruled last month that consumers can, for the first time, transfer their land-line phone numbers to their cell phones.
A recent article in Computerworld caught our attention — "All I Know About Software Upgrades I Learned From My Dog." The author, consultant Rebecca Wettemann of Nucleus Research, discusses the challenges of determining whether an upgrade provides real return on investment — using a metaphor every pet owner can appreciate.
Q. One of our employees downloads music from the Internet and uses it in PowerPoint presentations.
Many presenters misuse slides. They rush from image to image without allowing the audience to analyze each graphic.
Calling all Luddites! Do you dread getting stuck in the elevator with
techies who compare the latest PDAs or the best customer data systems?
If you’re planning to deliver a slide-based presentation, make sure to use a screen that’s big enough to do the job.
You take computer security for granted. And that’s what attracts nosy thieves to snoop around in your PC files.
If a work-related thought pops into your mind during weekends or vacations, don’t let it slip away.
You don’t want your employees downloading porn, scanning job boards or playing solitaire on company-owned PCs while at work. So you write a policy requiring that workers access the Internet for business purposes only. You’re in the clear, right? Think again.
You’ve already told employees that office computers are the company’s property and they shouldn’t expect privacy when they send and receive e-mail.