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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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Even if you're a die-hard MapQuest fan, give Google Maps a test drive. It’s worth using for these three fantastic features.
Organize and track your daily tasks and multistep projects with a “project board.”
Put travelers’ itineraries at their fingertips by sending it from your e-mail to their cell phones.
Sure, electronic greeting cards can be clever, cool and funny. But they don’t seem as personal or as meaningful as a card sent by snail mail.
Know Your Stuff is a free software program that helps you inventory all your possessions.
Send off international business travelers with a folder full of tips and tricks to make their journeys smoother:
Snatch airline tickets when the prices drop, using online tool Yapta
Create instant sticky notes out of any piece of paper.
Travel easier with online services.
By midafternoon, the sound of an e-mail “ping” might be enough to shatter your concentration into a hundred bits.

Avoid wading through page after page of search results by making your Google searches more targeted. Here’s how to get exactly what you need.

Power up any gadget, anywhere with iGo’s easy-to-tote everywhere 85 power adapter.
Figure out which news stories are worth a read by scanning Brijit.com.
Home in on hot spots with the WiFi Signal Locator.
If "Get in shape!" lands on your list of New Year’s resolutions, give yourself a boost with one of these workout programs for your iPod.
By now, you know it’s important to optimize your web site so that search engines such as Google will find it.
Keep the clock in mind when preparing a PowerPoint presentation. Audiences appreciate a presentation that cuts to the chase.

If you do your best work with a tune in the background, pump up the volume with these web sites. They work like free, intelligent jukeboxes. You enter a song, band or composer you like, and the web site plays other music that it suspects you’ll like.

Need to send a message quickly to someone who’s out and about, but who—gasp!—doesn’t own a BlackBerry?
Protect the names and numbers in your cell phone with a $40 CellStik.
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