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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%.
Technology gets some criticism as a time suck, but there are lots of tools out there to help you get more done in less time. Consider trying some of these suggested by TJ McCue, Small Business Trends.
Q. I keep getting #### signs in Excel, no matter how wide I make the column. What is happening?
If you’re drowning in a sea of business cards, Alex Cavoulacos suggests going digital with CardMunch, a free application that turns business cards into iPhone address-book contacts.
Some employers are turning to technology companies such as Retrofit to help employees shed pounds and kick unhealthy habits, Lora Kolodny writes in The Wall Street Journal.
People often overlook Outlook Favorites on the Navigation Pane. It is, however, an amazing productivity tool!
To honor your support staff during Administrative Professionals Week (April 20-26), share this handy tool, which, as of year-end, had diverted more than a billion junk emails.
Perhaps it’s no surprise, but people who do IT for a living have a more favorable view than other Americans of technology’s benefits. A Harris poll revealed these attitudes about the power and potential of technology.
Do they know what to answer? This is common when you send workbooks to third parties with formulas linking to other workbooks.
Q. We’re rolling out SharePoint. Should we just set up sites by department and let each department set up their subsites?
The World Wide Web turned 25 on March 12. Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s 1989 invention transformed the Internet from the geeky domain of techies and scientists into a tool for the masses.