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Office Technology

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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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.
Across all industries and companies of all sizes, content marketing is proving to be both cheaper and more successful than traditional outbound marketing. The problem, however, is that with so many businesses doing it, it can be difficult to differentiate yourself.
Fixing skewed graphics ... Linked Notes ... Accessibility in slide presentations
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.
Texting is replacing phone calls, voicemails and emails. In order to create a record of your texts and clear up memory on your phone, it is best to save your text messages from your mobile device to your computer (or other location) as a backup.
Here are the four biggest mistakes by social media marketers in search engine optimization, and how to avoid them.
A few tips to help you work better with Excel.
Technically speaking, what’s new? Michael Solomon reported on his Top 10 Tech Blogs in The Huffington Post. We like these!
There’s another hole you need to close up against hackers: app permissions. If you’ve logged into a service using your Facebook, Twitter or Google account instead of creating a new profile, you could be vulnerable.
Protecting fonts and page breaks in shared documents.
It’s easy to just keep shoveling files to Google Drive, but there are many organizational tools to help you store and find your files more easily.
Employees spend an average of 13 hours a week reading and responding to email, according to The McKinsey Global Institute. Luckily technology can alleviate some of the burden.
The iPhone is well known for both its fast processing and, unfortunately, short battery life that forces you to search for a charger halfway through the day. Here are three hidden tricks to extend the life of your iPhone battery.
A few tips to help you work better with PowerPoint.
As a Mac Office user, you might sometimes feel a little abandoned. Most Microsoft help and learning resources are designed for the PC user. Take heart! There are great resources for you, too!
Wait! Don’t run away! I know those terms—formulas with pivot table data—can seem intimidating to some, but hang in there a moment while we cover what we’re really doing there.
Interactive content is a powerful way to engage your social media followers, because it encourages them to act. Here are five memorable ways to connect with your audience.
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With Google Slides you can create and present slides online. And there are tools that can make it more interactive and more dynamic.
Today’s consumer expects a response in 30–60 minutes when posting a request to a company on social media—day, night or weekends. It’s time for companies to step up their customer service.
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