Setting what the power button does

August 28th, 2013

Chances are pretty high that you are using a computer with Windows installed on it. You are probably pretty adept at using this system, including how to configure your settings. There are some useful systems settings that many users often don’t know about however.

Automatic reply for Outlook

August 27th, 2013

With the wide adoption of the Internet and systems like email and social media, it’s become widely expected that many businesses are more or less available 24/7. When you receive an email the sender expects a prompt response and many deserve one. The problem comes when you go on vacation and emails sit unanswered for […]

How to group contacts in Gmail

August 27th, 2013

Email was a disruptive technology when it first launched by giving users around the globe a way to instantly communicate as long as they were connected to the Internet. One of the more popular features of all email programs is the ability to group your contacts together in order to reach a large group with […]

How to ensure security in the cloud

August 22nd, 2013

As technology and data networks continue to become more advanced, concepts like the cloud have come to the forefront of business technology. There is a high chance that you probably use at least one cloud service on a daily basis, if not more. A common concern about the cloud is overall security of your business’s […]

Do more with Chrome’s tabs

August 20th, 2013

Internet browsers like Google’s Chrome are always changing and introducing new features and ideas. One of the more popular in recent memory is the tab. Tabs allow for different webpages to be open in one window, and have definitely made browsing easier.

4 mistakes that will lead to BI failure

August 15th, 2013

The amount of data available to a business is exponentially increasing, and many are starting to realize that they can harness this for help making decisions, predicting trends and outcomes of other business initiatives. This capture and analysis of data is commonly referred to as Business Intelligence (BI) can be incredibly useful, however it isn’t […]

PowerPoint presentation shortcuts

August 14th, 2013

Presentations are a part of life for many business owners, managers and employees. There are very few positions in most businesses that won’t have to give a presentation. Sure, some employees do it more than others, many however likely won’t give presentations very often.

Android gets official Office 365 app

August 13th, 2013

One of the most popular tech related trends is the development and release of mobile apps of popular office productivity suites. This is true for Microsoft’s cloud based Office suite – Office 365. The ability to access your Office files from a mobile device has been requested for quite sometime and Microsoft has finally answered […]

Organized files and folders in Drive

August 13th, 2013

Google Drive is Google’s cloud based productivity and storage solution. The best way to think about it is as a file system with productivity suite (word processor, spreadsheet, presentation creator, etc.) attached. All of this is accessed via an Internet connection, with all files being stored in the cloud.

Security alert – infection by USB device

August 8th, 2013

Let’s face it, as long as computers and devices are networked together, sharing important or private data, people will always try to hack them. One of the best ways to prevent or limit these security breaches is to educate yourself about them or turn to a trusted source that can help support your security needs.

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