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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%.
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If you use a Gmail account, you may be missing out on some great hidden features. Here's a list of the top nine that you might not have discovered yet.
Did you inherit a document with manually entered page breaks? This one is easy to fix in Word 2010 and 2013 with Advanced Find.
AllThings is a user-friendly application that can help you organize pretty much anything, Alan Henry writes. More than a checklist, it lets users create tasks, upload files, set up lists of projects and tasks, set deadlines and organize projects by tags and filters.
The iPad app gives you a dashboard to start your day off right: weather, commute, the day’s calendar and to-dos, time and date.
The cost of the technology you use could add up to a serious chunk of change. Here are five suggestions for keeping a close eye on technology spending.
The ability to extend the capability of your Pivot Tables with calculations can take your data crunching to another level. Here are three techniques to add to your Pivot Table toolbox.
Keep Outlook humming along free of the clutter it always seems to generate. Here's a primer on using three email cleanup tools: Archiving, Conversation Cleanup, and Reply & Delete Quick Step.
It is here that you may realize that your own email style is so much at odds with the way you communicate in person, you might be tempted to get up from your desk and scoot down the hall much more often.
Don’t sell your private information with your phone without securing that personal information first, and don’t sell a computer without taking out the hard drive, Dave Johnson, CBS MoneyWatch writes.