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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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In the July issue, we suggested Jump.com as a useful Web site to help you manage a project team. Another effective tool is Yahoo! Messenger, a free instant messaging service (messenger.yahoo.com).
Don’t rush to open humorous messages that coworkers e-mail to you.
If you’re buried in paperwork, alert your employees not to copy you in on everything.
Many speakers don’t realize how much they distract their listeners. Three of the biggest obstacles can be overcome.
If you’re a team leader who needs to coordinate a group’s activities and meeting times, save yourself hours of hassles by logging online.
If you can’t call a purchasing manager to acquire new computers for your staff, here’s how to take charge.

This end up

by on September 1, 1999 11:00pm
in Office Technology

If you’re relocating your office, take smart preventive steps when moving a computer.

Put spam in its place

by on August 1, 1999 4:00am
in Office Technology

If you’re tired of receiving dozens of unsolicited e-mails each week, there’s now a way you can trash your spam and get rewarded for it.
Ensure that unauthorized users cannot penetrate your organization’s computer system.

Save hand-held data

by on August 1, 1999 3:30am
in Office Technology

If you use a personal digital assistant, such as a PalmPilot Professional or IBM WorkPad, you may not pay much attention to backing up your files. That’s a big risk.
Giving a presentation is hard enough without worrying about your computer breaking down in front of hundreds of onlookers. But whenever you use laptops and project your mouse-clicks onto a big screen, problems can erupt.
Information is power, especially if you want to break out of a career rut. Begin by uncovering facts about other companies’ processes, problems and performance.
Almost a third of corporate e-mail is junk, says Worldtalk Corp., an Internet security firm. That includes spam (unsolicited mail from unknown senders) and viruses.
When you’re managing a project team, it’s important that everyone know what’s going on—and when.
Don’t let e-mail stack up. Like a sloppy, paper-strewn desk, too many pending messages will induce stress.

Painless file backup

by on July 1, 1999 12:00am
in Office Technology

Save yourself and your employees headaches: Install a reliable software program that backs up your daily computer files.

Virus watch

by on June 1, 1999 3:00am
in Office Technology

Never download software programs from unfamiliar Web sites.
Saflink Corp. in Tampa, Fla., now has voice-activated software called SaftyLatch that keeps your files scrambled until the computer hears your voice.
When preparing slides for a presentation, choose your colors with care.
Next time you’re tempted to bring aboard an expert, see if you have someone on staff who already has the knowledge you need.
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