This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of 3M Company. All opinions are 100% mine.
Don’t look now, but… you can’t really stop people from looking.
Small screens are everywhere – and, with them, everything of yours is at risk.
Unless you’ve been living off the grid somewhere in Alabama the past few years, you’ve noticed that Microsoft has stepped up its advertising campaign in just about every aspect of digital media. According to Forbes, Microsoft’s advertising budget …continue reading
Cubicle etiquette is something that everyone sharing space in an office — any office — should observe. Alas, one person’s “common sense” isn’t always as common as another might hope. Loretta McNeil writes:
Hi, Chris. I’m currently temping in a large office space with dozens …continue reading
There are several handy sayings and rules of thumb that experienced troubleshooters use to cut through whatever problem they’re trying to overcome. And while not all of them are specific to computers, they can usually be applied to computer-related troubleshooting tasks. Here are a few …continue reading
Desktop computers equipped with open USB ports are a common sight among offices. Unlike earlier computers that needed to sport obscure ports or connectors designed for each specific hardware, today’s typical USB port allows workers to utilize a multi-use, universal embrasure for a variety of …continue reading
Not every small business or startup has to worry about being raided by International law enforcement agencies. The Pirate Bay has been under fire for years due to having provided a portal for piracy.
While Pirate Bay doesn’t exactly hand out pirated copies of Metallica’s …continue reading
Brainstorming — whereby a project team attacks a problem by spontaneously thinking up potential solutions (no matter how ridiculous) and seeing what sticks — isn’t as easy as one would think. In fact, it’s one of the most difficult collaborative activities to carry out. What …continue reading
If you’re reading this article, you’ve probably either heard this term used by a member of your IT support staff or are looking into the technology for yourself. Either way, it’s important to clarify first and foremost that this is a technology used to save …continue reading
Even at the best of times, life can definitely be stressful, and today’s turbulent economy and sometimes bleak business environment only add to the stress. If you’re in a managerial position at your job, part of your role is to help your staff get through …continue reading
One of the fastest growing trends in technology is that of bringing your own devices to work. These devices could be phones, laptops, or even complete home offices that you use to telecommute to work. In many ways, it’s a trend that makes CFOs cheer, …continue reading
Following up with his earlier post recommending that aspiring IT professionals get CompTIA A+ certification, guest blogger D. J. Moore writes:
The CompTIA A+ certification provides a universally recognized way to demonstrate to potential employers that you know …continue reading
Guest blogger D. J. Moore writes:
Adding a computer to a domain can seem like a daunting task at first if you are new to the procedure. Take it from someone who didn’t know a domain controller from a database server …continue reading
Office 2010 makes it easier for you to co-author documents with multiple users. This co-authoring functionality is available in PowerPoint 2010, Word 2010, and OneNote 2010 documents that are stored on a SharePoint Server 2010. In addition, you can use the co-authoring functionality in both …continue reading
Like its predecessors, Windows 7 includes several built-in accessibility features. These features make it easier for users with a wide range of physical challenges to use Windows 7 and their computers. Furthermore, many of the accessibility features carried over from previous versions of Windows are …continue reading
Word 2010 includes many features that enable to you work more effectively with others on documents. Some of these features include: Block Authors, Save and Refresh, and Conflict Resolution Mode. Here, we’ll look at these features in more detail.
Note: many of the co-authoring features …continue reading