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Sending a consistent message on social media requires an organized plan, a calendar of what you will communicate on each channel on a weekly or monthly basis. Some tips for creating your plan:
Keeping passwords secure is step one toward making sure you’re not a victim of cybercrime, according to security firm Sophos.
Make your document life easier with a treasure trove of simple settings. Click on the File tab in Office 2010 and 2013 and select Options ...
Q. I want to show 3 different types of filtering on the same worksheet, depending upon who’s using it. Can I do that?
Here are some eye-opening statistics on our addiction to the digital world.
iPads are great for consuming content, but less so for doing any real heavy work. Wall Street Journal technology columnist Walter Mossberg suggests four of the best applications that can help.
Sometimes when you’re browsing the Web, shopping or signing up for a freebie, you might be hesitant to give out your email for fear of being deluged with all the ads that follow. The solution: Get a free disposable email address from MailDrop.
Smartphones contain a lot of information that people would like to keep safe, yet many don’t take even basic steps to secure their devices. Consumer Reports recently published several security steps to take.
The answers to two questions offer tips on making sure your slides don't become eyesores.
If you’re not sold on using a cloud storage service, develop your own. "Personal cloud storage combines the best of both worlds by storing files on a local networked drive and allowing you to retain full control over your data, while still making files available anywhere you can get online," Brian Nadel at Computerworld writes.