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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%.
Using a few tech tools can make your meeting and your note-taking go a lot smoother. Christopher Null at PC World offers three suggestions to get the job done easier.
The Mini Tasker App is a free application that Android users can employ to make their phones operate on autopilot, says Lifehacker writer Alan Henry.
When selecting a document from a library in the newest versions of SharePoint, you’ll notice the Share menu selection. Use this to share access to a document outside your organization, without giving up the whole folder or library!
Here's how to change line spacing, employ Themes, and apply and modify Styles.
While everyone has been using Facebook and Twitter, it seems, Google+ has been gaining ground. Here's a basic primer on getting around Google+.
That’s the fear or anxiety that sweeps over you when you have no smartphone contact.
By providing a secure place to upload and share files anywhere, Dropbox can help boost productivity both in the office and on the go. What some people don’t know is that there’s also a way for other people to upload files into it.
iPhone 5s and 5c users don’t need to worry so much about those cracked screens anymore. Apple retail stores are now in the repair business, reports John Paczkowski, All Things D.
Making data consumable by those who need to use it can sometimes take the form of charts. But, how many workbooks and worksheets do you need to open and scan to find them? A chart dashboard can be the solution.
Apple designed Siri to make life easier, but it can be completely useless if you don’t know how to take advantage of its talents. Some tips to turn Siri into a serious assistant: