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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%.
Apps for smartphones and tablets make business easier. In Industry Week, Jeffrey Hayzlett, former chief marketing officer at Kodak, picks these best apps for business.
The safety of your online resources and your privacy comes down to one thing: your passwords. Make sure your passwords are protected with these tips from tech writer Denise Lu.
You've probably experienced the tedium of double-checking your huge slide decks for formatting inconsistencies and copying and pasting logos on dozens of slides. Learning to work with Slide Masters frees you from those tasks.
These tips address runaway worksheets, pesky green triangles and cell navigation slogs.
Here are three websites to make your party, annual conference or gift exchange more festive.
Printing is just a click away when you’re at your desktop, but could be a scramble when it’s BYOD (bring your own device) and you need a paper trail. A solution might be an app that already comes with your printer.
Companies and individuals who use Windows XP should consider migrating to another platform, Dave Johnson writes.
Q. I have workbooks with a lot of worksheets. I don’t need the horizontal scroll bar. I’d rather see more worksheets. Can I get rid of it?
With so many distractions available via social media sites and other online pursuits, maintaining your focus at work is becoming increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are applications to help you regain that focus.
Malware—any form of malicious or harmful coding—can include viruses, spyware, adware, nagware, trojans, worms and more recent PUPs and nasty code meant to take personal information from a person’s online accounts. What’s on the market to protect you: