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Business Management Daily is your source for office technology tips and training. WE provide keyboard-tested advice on Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint and more.

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%.

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Do you have the responsibility to impart knowledge to your co-workers? Would you like an easy way to do it? Try Google’s Classroom app.
Since you may be getting email from a few different services, it’s good to have an app that will handle multiple inboxes and multiple service brands.
3 shortcuts using the Windows logo key.
With hackers using microscopic pinholes to poach your information, privacy is more important than ever. Consider a private search engine.
You’ve no doubt noticed that the push is upward to the cloud, not downward to the device. Rather than primarily being a box to hold all your tools and materials, it is becoming more a portal that opens to those things wherever they happen to reside.
Control formatting by others ... Is that data validation?
From the simplest checklists to a task list with subtasks and sub-subtasks and sub-sub subtasks and, well, you get the idea, Tasks in Google might be about the easiest thing to use to wrangle your “to dos.”
The alphabet soup of mobile technology has grown a bit. You might know what AI stands for, but do you know about AR (not accounts receivable)? Get ready for some new alphabet soup.
Tips for resizing fonts and navigating Word.
Increased workloads … tighter deadlines … fewer resources. All of these have conspired to put a premium on employees’ ability to remain focused on the details of their jobs. Here are five free or low-cost sources designed to measure and improve attention to detail.
Kanban is a Japanese system of moving cards onto different boards as a task or deliverable moves through a process. A work-planning tool like this allows you to effectively visualize tasks in categories or “buckets.” Give these free tools for process planning and management a try.
Although SharePoint was intended to be managed at the subsite level by administrators from operational areas of an organization, without a bit of understanding of the architecture, things can get ugly, fast!
Sometimes you want an incoming email to scream, "Here I am!" In Outlook 2010 and later, you can do this with Conditional Formatting.
Do you find that some things, like Connecting to Outlook, or viewing a library in Explorer are grayed out? Maybe it’s your browser.

Some smaller organizations confuse the use of the free online apps as “choosing” an enterprise solution. Here are 2 reasons why it’s not the best choice, and what you can do about it.

Sometimes there’s nothing less mobile than trying to complete a bank transfer in international funds. With domestic payment processes moving to the small device platform, international payments weren’t going to be far behind. Here’s how three popular ones stack up against each other.

Tips for inserting rows and columns.

Reviews.com has ranked these among their top players in online air travel booking sites.

If you get Microsoft Word from your Office 365 subscription, you may have noticed a few new items and wondered what they are. Some of these features are so new that they may not yet appear for your particular subscription to Office 2016, but they will soon! Let’s take a look at a few of them.

LinkedIn can be invaluable when it comes to building connections that could grow your business, further your career and more. However, if you abuse the platform, you will lose connections. Avoid these mistakes.

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