• LinkedIn
  • YouTube
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Google+

Web Tools

Page 4 of 21« First...23456...1020...Last »
Knowing how to use Google’s beyond-the-basics search tools can really shorten the hunt.
Here are some free career assessment tools worth checking out or offering to your staff.
Google Sites is a fast and relatively easy way to get things out there on the web.
YouTube is the most popular online video streaming service and the most searched online information engine with over a billion users.
With these resources you can drill down and understand what the world of big data means for you.
Google forms is an easy way to launch a survey or create a form to place on your website.
Remembering which password goes with which app can be confusing and frustrating—unless you have a password manager.
Try these information resources to focus on certain types of data, quickly.
Data offer you the power to improve the content you’re producing and your overall content strategy.
There are several great tools in Google Calendars to keep you focused.
Here are some little-known facts about Pinterest.
It’s always good to know who is helping to shape how you live and work.
You might have to go an extra click or two to access this cool little app inside your Google Drive account, but it’s worth doing.
This fitness app is simple, easy and effective.
Here are three lesser known cloud solutions listed in PC Magazine’s Best Cloud Storage and File-Syncing Services for 2016.
Here are some tips and workarounds for the advanced Word features that aren’t available in Google Docs.

Live Facebook videos

by on October 13, 2016 5:00pm
in Office Technology,Web Tools

People love watching videos. So, Facebook has made it easier for you to share not only videos with your audience, but also LIVE videos.
Here are some cool resources that can get you in contact with the right people at a company without playing hide-and-seek on their website!
Josh Nicholas, writing at Lifehacker, suggests some apps to give you access to notes, emails and other forms of communication to stay on top of things back at the office.
If you are a PowerPoint power user, it may seem a bit disconcerting to move to Google Slides, but most of the tools you use are in there, just in different places than you’re used to finding them.
Page 4 of 21« First...23456...1020...Last »