Office Technology

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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%.

If you didn't jump on the iPhone bandwagon, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a phone with oodles of bells and whistles. How? With widgets: small applications that appear on your phone’s menu pages.

A new Federal Trade Commission rule puts much tighter limits on businesses that use telemarketing calls to deliver prerecorded messages ...

According to PC World magazine, thrifty web sites are getting more attention (and site traffic) than ever before. Click on any of the sites listed here for good advice on saving money and guarding your finances.

Haven't figured out yet what all the new Web 2.0 tools can do for you? Here are two tools that, when used together, can direct you to better information—not just more information—on the web.

Imagine building a product used by 150 million people and relying extensively on volunteers and individuals outside your company walls to create it. That’s what Mozilla Corp., maker of the web browser Firefox, has done for the past 10 years, under the helm of Mitchell Baker.

Before you fire up the Net and begin your holiday spending spree, follow these tips from financial web site “The Motley Fool” (www.fool.com) for saving money during the nation’s biggest shopping season ...

If you join online networks like Facebook or LinkedIn, make it worth the effort. Follow these tips to get the most out of online networking.

More than half (56%) of corporate IT employees report that, in a typical month, they have to troubleshoot an employee’s food-related computer mishap, according to a Sunrise Software survey ...

As baby boomers prepare to retire, offices are left to figure out: “How do we make sure all their know-how and institutional memory are left behind?” Here are a few tips for capturing admin knowledge before it walks out the door, and making sure it sticks with younger generations ...

Your cell phone could be doing a lot more for you, says David Pogue, technology expert for The New York Times. Here’s Pogue’s rundown of the “most exciting” services awaiting your cell phone.