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You’re not alone if you find yourself needing to “digitally detox” and come up with creative ways to ban digital devices from parts of your life. Caroline Tell, The New York Times, came up with a few ways to do it.
Create a calendar item from an email on a different calendar by opening your calendar on another page.
A browser extension called SellHack will allow you to see nearly any LinkedIn user’s email address, Alyssa Bereznak writes.
Melissa Esquibel, Microsoft Certified Trainer, answers three questions about SharePoint features.
While the new Excel has some high-powered features for expert data crunchers, there are plenty of cool tools for everyone.
The quest for happiness can be elusive, but tech companies are seeking to provide users with mind-body solutions to make it easier. Life coach Allison Stadd shares some top mind-body applications you might want to try.
Social media manager HootSuite offers a Monday morning checklist to beat the blues.
Slicers and Sparklines offer you new ways to filter reports and embed small graphs into your data.
Dynamically expand a list and collect new information using the Create Column button on the List tab, Manage Views group.
Symantec’s most recent “Internet Security Threat Report” contradicts the idea of corporate CEOs being the biggest targets for cybercriminals. Instead, it’s those who work for high-level executives who are targeted for phishing scams—an attempt to get someone to open an attachment or share information through a seemingly legitimate email.