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8 Time-Saving Hacks for Microsoft Outlook

Every single minute, over 149,000 emails are rushing toward inboxes around the world. Keeping up with that flood of messages can take up way too much time, so we found a few tips and tricks that can help! Here are some Microsoft Outlook hacks to help you stay organized, focus on what’s important, and minimize interruptions so you get more done each day.

Tips & Tricks for Microsoft Word

9 Time-Saving Microsoft Word Hacks

Want to work smarter and faster in Microsoft Word? Word is a powerful tool with tons of features, but it also has tricks and shortcuts that will help you be more efficient with the tasks you do every day. Here are nine easy-to-use, time-saving Microsoft Word hacks that you can start using right away!

Excel Hacks

9 Time-Saving Microsoft Excel Hacks

Whether you’re crunching sales figures, importing an email list, or analyzing data for a monthly report, chances are you need to use Microsoft Excel for some of your day-to-day work. While most of us aren’t die-hard spreadsheet junkies, learning some time-saving shortcuts can help you get things done faster and more efficiently in Excel. Here are nine of our favorite Microsoft Excel hacks that make quick work of resizing columns, changing number formatting and even embedding a spreadsheet into a Word document.

5 things you need to know about two factor authentication

5 Things You Need to Know about Two-Factor Authentication

People store an enormous amount of information online. The average American has over 130 online accounts – and that number is quickly rising! Unfortunately, too many people use poor password practices, or link accounts together, which puts all their online data at risk. In response, many services are turning to two-factor or two-step authentication to help safeguard your online accounts.

Small business IT Solutions

IT Resolutions for Your Small Business in the New Year

Happy 2018!  A new year means it’s time for New Year’s resolutions – not only for your personal life, but for your business too. If you’re like most businesses, you’re aiming to grow and prosper in the New Year. To do that, you need your technology and IT systems to support your goals. So we’ve helped put together a list of IT Resolutions that will help make 2018 your business’s best year yet!

Save your business money this winter

How Telecommuting Can Save Your Business Money This Winter

We all know time = money.  So for businesses, the more time employees spend not working or working unproductively, the more money you’re losing. Especially during the winter, businesses face significant obstacles to productivity. The holidays make work/life balance tough, winter storms keep employees home, and the flu runs rampant. What’s the answer to these winter woes? Telecommuting.

5 tips to shop safe this holiday

5 Tips to Shop Safe This Holiday

‘Tis the season… we want to be jolly, but unfortunately, hackers and scammers want to take advantage of our holiday habits. The holidays are one of the most notorious times of year for cybercrime, because hackers know that we’re spending money and we’re preoccupied. Keep your holidays merry and bright by shopping safe this holiday season. Here are a few tips you should know:

tips to keep youe customer data secure

5 More Tips to Keep Your Customer Data Secure

Every day, the world creates 2.5 quintillion bytes of data. That includes a huge amount of personal information not only about ourselves, but about our customers. With so much data out there, it’s more important than ever to safeguard the information you gather about your customers. Allowing your customers’ private information to fall into the wrong hands damages your reputation and erodes customer confidence. Even worse, it can result in lost sales and even legal action against your company.

why 'password' is not a secure password

Why ‘password’ is Not a Secure Password

“Password” is not a secure password. That may seem like the most obvious statement in the world. Yet for some strange reason, “password” is still the 8th most popular password choice.  The recent study from Keeper Security revealed other gems like “123456” and “querty” on their Top 25 list of the most popular (and most hacked) passwords.