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The No. 1 reason SharePoint implementations fail is lack of engagement. You can do a few key things to avoid this situation from the very start.
Bring-your-own-device was all the buzz five years ago, but not so much now.
As more people share their lives on Facebook, there is a group of people who are learning how to take advantage of you, your family and kids from what you post.
Computer glitches can be extremely frustrating, but there are ways to troubleshoot your system on your own before calling in a professional, writes David Nield for Field Guide.
Find out how employable you are and which skills you need to sharpen.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel takes to the Help Desk to respond to reader questions about MS Word.
While mobile technology continues to impress and entertain, issues such as battery life and signal strength continue to annoy users, says Mental Floss Assistant Editor Rebecca O’Connell. Nikola Labs is addressing the power problem with a new iPhone 6 case that gives phones an extra 30% of power by converting radio frequencies into DC power.
Begin in the Contacts/People views. Select the people to whom you’d like to send a document or email message ...
Quickly toggle Track Changes on and off using Ctrl+Shift+E ... Try Ctrl+Backspace to delete faster ... Use Ctrl+Tab to tab within a cell.
While mobile technology continues to impress and entertain, issues such as battery life and signal strength continue to annoy users, says Mental Floss Assistant Editor Rebecca O’Connell. Nikola Labs is addressing the power problem with a new iPhone 6 case that works in a unique way.