When you reply to an email message in Microsoft Outlook, what is the next thing you do after clicking Send? Most likely, you close the original message that you just replied to.
Wouldn’t it be nice if that message were to close automatically and save you another click? Check out this weeks TechTip to learn how.
Have you heard of the Outlook Social Connector? The Outlook Social Connector was introduced back in 2009 and connects your Outlook contacts with their profiles on a variety of different social networks including LinkedIn, Facebook, and more.
Does your computer get the best of you some days? Let's face it ... when one of those gremlins decides to make its home in your computer or network, it really takes a toll on you and your business. Productivity drops, everybody is frustrated and your revenues go right down the drain. If you don't have somebody watching your network, then scenes like this are probably pretty familiar.
How fast can your business be back up and running after a natural disaster, server crash, virus attack, or other data-erasing catastrophe? Let's face it ... no one likes to think about bad things happening to them, much less planning from them. It becomes one of those "important, not urgent" action items that (unfortunately) gets pushed to the back burner and never seen again.
Microsoft Office 2007 introduced the “ribbon” concept - the tall navigation bar at the top that includes all of the different functions. At times, it can be confusing to know which tab and section you need in order to find a given function.
The Internet and e-mail have become indispensible tools for business, but many companies are finding employees are using these tools as much or more for personal activities than job-related tasks. In fact, many business owners have recognized that unrestricted use of the Internet by employees has the potential to drain, rather than enhance productivity and, at worst, can even have dire legal consequences.
For corporations and individuals alike, computers are mandatory. Off-site, on-site, home portal access, and remote offices are more widespread than ever. The design of Windows 8 has given special consideration to businesses. Its format includes organization, availability, security, and compatibility that allow a more cohesive operating system. For small and medium businesses, Windows 8 will acclimate to their needs like no operating system ever before.
The 5 Biggest Mistakes Business Owners Make With Their Computer Network That Cost Them Time, Money and AggravationWritten by Jeff Chastain
Want to avoid the most common and expensive computer problems most business owners experience? Then read on! We’ve compiled a list of 5 things you should be doing to save yourself a lot of time and money, by avoiding a big, ugly computer disaster.
Android users may have some cause for concern. Considering its surging popularity, there is going to be a certain amount of rouge applications and other malware that targets the top iPhone OS. According to the popular anti-virus maker, Trend Micro, there are at least 20,000 applications that are malicious that target Google's Android OS. That is an increase of at least 400% since the beginning of 2012. By Christmas of this year, experts have given a conservative estimate that puts potential malware and rouge apps at around 150,000 different applications.
Microsoft has released a preview of their highly anticipated Microsoft Office 2013, with features meant to coincide with their release of Windows 8 set to be released this fall. Like Windows 8, Office 2013 was designed to accommodate the needs of not only individuals but businesses, as well.