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%.

Plan trips more easily with these online tools: Farecast, Google Maps and Inside Trip ...

During the Great Depression, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt connected with people by tapping into new technology. His “fireside chats,” delivered by radio, allowed him to talk directly to citizens during one of the nation’s lowest economic points. Today, you can borrow from FDR’s playbook and connect with people through Web 2.0.

Just as you may use a “throwaway” e-mail address when you’re filling out forms on the web, you can also play it safe with your phone number. Pick up a free, temporary, disposable and anonymous phone number from Numbr (numbr.com).

What are the best online tools to help you get things done smarter and faster? Gina Trapani, lead blogger for Lifehacker.com and author of Upgrade Your Life, is an expert at helping people master modern technology. Here’s how everyday Joes and Janes can be like master geeks, she says ...

Google Spreadsheets is Web-based software that allows you to create new spreadsheets online, or to import and share existing Microsoft Excel files.

Who says you can't get something for nothing? With free online software Zoho, you can collaborate with others online whether they’re in the same office or across the nation.
After 10 years as an admin, Jennifer Bennett felt she’d hit a plateau. That’s when she launched her own blog.
No need to ogle BlackBerrys and other “smart phones” that let people send e-mail, navigate the roads and view documents.

Spreading your work across two monitors can double your productivity. Just ask Bill Gates, who stays efficient with a triple monitor setup. To make your setup soar, invest in these two pieces of equipment ...

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