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When deciding to roll out SharePoint 2013, you have many decisions to make. Without considerable forethought, SharePoint quickly becomes just a different kind of junk drawer. One of the key decisions to consider is whether to use folders in SharePoint libraries. Technically, you can. But should you?
Meeting with other business professionals who also want to expand their network has never been easier, writes Taylor Soper in Geek­­Wire. Startup company Weave has created Concierge, an app that automates your networking.

When you buy a new phone, you know how frustrating it can be to transfer all the information from one phone to another. Here are some tips to help make that transfer less frustrating.

Use Ignore Conversation to trim down your email ... Send a quick reply to a message and avoid the accidental click on Reply All ... Reply to everyone on the thread with the Ctrl+Shift+R shortcut.
VLookUp is a powerful and useful function in Excel. It allows you to look up a value in a list and return any column from the look-up column, left. But what if your look-up column isn’t the first one?
PowerPoint is widely available on most devices, but there are other ways to share your PowerPoint presentation slides, and some offer value-added features.
Travel can become stressful quickly. Fortunately, there are plenty of free organizational apps to save the day—and they can save you money as well, writes Julie Kliegman for The Week. She recommends seven free apps that can make your traveling experience much easier.
Readers ask what to do about managing large numbers of meeting replies and how to analyze calendar data from previous years.
You know that you can create tables in Word. And you know that you can add formulas and sort data in Excel. But did you know that you can add formulas and sort in Word tables?
One of the best new features introduced in PowerPoint 2010 (and also included with PowerPoint 2013) is the ability to group presentation slides into sections.