The key to working smarter is learning shortcuts. PC World recently asked several tech experts to share a few of their productivity secrets. Here are some of the best culled from the list.
With new applications being released on a minute-by-minute basis, here are some of the best new applications that you might have missed.
Evernote can store anything from links to files to photos that you can access from any computing device. If so, you’re ready for add-ons that make Evernote even better, according to TJ McCue, owner of TechBizTalk.com. Here are his add-on picks.
It’s hard to know exactly what new tech ideas will make the biggest impact on business in the near future and change how we do things. But, according to John Brandon, here are a few worth keeping an eye on: predictive technology, HTML5, high-resolution displays, social analytics, speech for business, business-ready storage.
PowerPoint isn’t the only game in town. Our favorite alternatives to PowerPoint: SlideRocket, Google Docs and Prezi.
If you spend any time at all on Twitter, you’ll eventually run into this problem: It’s overwhelming. A person can easily be consumed by constantly scanning the scroll of a Twitter feed. You can’t possibly read it all, of course. The solution: Twitter lists.
Social networks are all about sharing: news, images, accomplishments, questions, recommendations and of-the-moment nuggets of information. Here’s a humorous (and accurate) take on the difference between social media tools: