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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%.
To achieve your goals, you may also need a little help from apps: 21Habit.com, Livifi.com, HealthMonth.com and Stickk.com.
If you generate specialty items using Microsoft Word, familiarize yourself with two of the tool groups: Page Backgrounds and Quick Parts. From certificates and diplomas to announcements and posters, it’s easy to give your documents a creative and polished look.
By now, you’ve heard the hype about Siri on the iPhone 4S. If you don’t have the latest iPhone model, don’t fret. A few voice-recognition apps on the market do practically the same thing:
The marketing agency 11mark released a survey that found 75% of those who use mobile phones do so while in the bathroom. For those under age 35, the number jumps to 91%. And 25% say they won’t go to the bathroom without it.
Taming the Outlook monster is something we all need help with, so here are a few easy ways to start cleaning up your Outlook inbox: 1. Sort by sender. 2. Search for old emails. 3. Mark for handling. 4. Set up rules ...
Libraries in Windows Explorer can be confusing. However, adding a folder to the Pictures library can make it easier if you’re always navigating to the same places for images not stored in My Pictures.
Using the iPad for business just got easier with enhanced software and power. OnLive, the online gaming service, has used its technology to create OnLive Desktop Plus, offering a full-fledged version of Windows 7 and Word, Excel and PowerPoint for the iPad.
There’s no guarantee your employees’ personal devices are as well-protected as company-issued devices. To ensure the safety of employees' smartphones and continued access to your company’s information, take these six steps before allowing employees to use them for work.
You've probably noticed how email can bring out the worst in people. Don't let it tempt you to misuse it. Steer clear of these five common temptations:
You have probably been doing “if” logic ever since you were a toddler: If this is true, then this; otherwise, this. In Excel, IF statements are great for solving undesirable, but predicable, problems with error conditions.