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More than three-quarters of Fortune Global 100 companies now have at least one Twitter account. If you get your followers to retweet your messages, you’re not only doubling your audience but also earning their endorsement. How to increase the odds that followers share your tweets:
How do you decide where to look and whom you should listen to? Here are a few choice places to begin your education about social media and your organization’s success.
Export to Excel will let you use Excel’s robust tool set to pivot, chart, filter and otherwise analyze your list. Open with Access will let you run reports and create forms to enter and search information.
The iPad can be a great tool for getting things done at work, especially if you move from place to place and operate on the go all day, Jill Duffy writes in PC Magazine. Here are the essentials.
Did you know you can use your Android smartphone to provide an Internet connection to your tablet or laptop? All you need is a tethering application to make the connection. Here are six options recommended by JR Raphael, Computer World.
Click on the Dialog Box Launchers to find old familiar screens.
Conference calls can be a hassle under normal circumstances but are especially challenging when you need to join from the road on your cellphone. MobileDay can save you a lot of time—and stress.
You may have had Outlook 2010 for a while and wondered what those Quick Steps are that appear in the middle of your Home ribbon and inside of emails. Quick Steps are single-click solutions to an otherwise multiple-click process.
If you frequently write letters to the same few people, having documents that are partially formatted with dropdown menus can save you the hassle of copying and pasting from old documents all the time.
Trying to type on a small smartphone keyboard can be very frustrating. The fingers just don’t fit. To ease the frustration, several app developers have invented more efficient ways to type on mobile devices. Check out these options.