We hear about mobile hot spots. We know that we depend on them for internet connectivity on the go. But, do you understand how it all works? Here’s what to know and what to be wary of as you use internet access outside the office and home.
Three ways to work faster in OneNote.
DailyTekk announces its top 100 most interesting websites. Here are three we like, too!
One way to present more information concisely is to add some interactive features, allowing the reader to dice, slice and customize what is being reported. Here are three tools that can do just that if you use pivot tables and pivot charts in building dashboards.
Today, major credit card companies have their own wallet, as well as ApplePay and Google Wallet of course. Shopping this way may just become the standard approach to conducting business.
3 tips for tasks and appointments in Outlook.
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Let’s have a look at the ins and outs of Office 365, what it is and why it could be a very good thing!
A few tips to help you keep windows and screenshots organized in Windows 10.
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Using a PowerPoint theme that consistently applies elements from your branding to each slide makes presentation creation easy. Here are some tips for setting up a good PowerPoint theme that allows you to spend your brain power on content, not on design.
Can we get back previous Outlook icons? … What do we do without Rules and Quick Steps?
Sometimes it’s good to have an “objective” (nonairline) tool to help you track your travel.
Many organizations choose SharePoint to manage documents. But, there are more ways to make that “everything in one place” idea work for your teams. Here are three that will help your team start working like a well-oiled machine.
A few tips to help you work better with Word.
Here are three of the top sites that will help you find the specialized skills you need for that one-off job or occasional task.
With both productivity software behemoths offering free online productivity software for documents and presentations, and with both offering free shareable cloud storage, the arguments are down to what you need and what you like to use.
Those who are accustomed to Outlook’s robust features may be a little grumpy when switching to Gmail. Here are some noteworthy points and coping strategies.
A few tips to help you work better with Excel.
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