As an information worker, you have cybersecurity responsibilities beyond just picking good passwords. Check out these sites for a deeper understanding.
Google is a go according to corporate titans like Colgate-Palmolive and Verizon. But are organizations really dumping Microsoft in favor of Google?
If you’ve recently made the transition from Microsoft Office to Google Sheets, you might think you’re missing some treasured features. You just need to know where to look and perhaps a few differences in how they work.
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.
DailyTekk announces its top 100 most interesting websites. Here are three we like, too!
Wouldn’t it be great to have your own personal translator wherever you go? Well, you do! Google Translate allows you to translate words and phrases, and even upload whole documents for translation.
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.
If the number of goal-tracking tools online is any indication, the Internet wants you to stick to your goals. Here are five of the best free goal-setting tools available today.
If you’re not a finance whiz, check out these helpful tools recommended by Larry Alton, Lifehacker blogger, in his top 10 sites about personal finance for free.
The right Google Chrome extensions can make you wonder how you ever coped with work before them. Here are five recommendations for extensions that can make your work life a little easier.
One of the differences many “converts” from Excel to Sheets lament is keyboard shortcuts. Here are ways to work with many of the same shortcuts you were used to in Excel, in Sheets.
Modern technology has made running an event easier with apps like EventsXD.
Need to keep fresh art in the mix for social media posts, websites and email campaigns? Try these sites for free images that don’t require attribution to use.
The go-to for visual presentations is usually Microsoft’s PowerPoint—it’s easy, familiar and works well in many situations. However, there are other programs that may be more effective for different needs. Here are some alternatives.