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Reviews.com presented its top job-search engines in November 2015. These sites aggregate data from other sites and present it to the job-seeker in one place. Here are the top picks.
Just need some space? These shortcuts get you the space you need without traipsing through dialog boxes or ribbons.
Trying to collaborate in email is always a challenge. However, if you have Outlook, you can make your comments stand out using an option on, of all things, Stationery.
If you know which social media platforms are popular, you can use that knowledge to help you get ahead in your career. Here are the top five social media tools you should limit yourself to.
Sometimes, technology might be making us less productive, according to Tomer Garzberg at LifeHack. Here are the top five tools that can inadvertently throttle your ability to get things done.
Permissions can become confusing in SharePoint. A few basic principles help clear the mist a little. The more complex you allow your permissions structure to become, the less secure and, ultimately, the bigger nightmare it is to administer.
Most change campaigns fail. Managers react warily and employees resist. But here’s the good news: New digital tools can help leaders advance their organizational change initiatives.
Some people simply don’t like Tracked changes for proofreading a document. What's the workaround?
Getting around in a foreign city or a big city in the United States can cost you a pretty penny to get turn-by-turn directions. Those who download Google’s new Offline Maps can get there free.
Switch between your active Excel windows, or minimize and maximize, more easily with these shortcuts.