Consider preparing a 15-person Christmas party for your extended family on the back of a napkin. Yes, you must invite Aunt Cindy. Organizing your product launch using merely a spreadsheet is similar, but with fewer unpleasant cousins. To execute a flawless product launch strategy, you need a powerful tool capable of handling the specifics of your product launch plan—a single location that has everything you need to do, who will do it, and when it needs to be done.
Microsoft has officially cut off support for Internet Explorer, even going so far as removing it from devices running Windows 10 and 11. What does the removal of this dinosaur of web browsing mean for your business? Let’s examine how Microsoft plans to phase out Internet Explorer entirely and make way for its other (better) web browser experience, Microsoft Edge.
At University, I studied engineering, like the majority of my peers. I discovered that there were instances when I needed to develop computer programs to perform specific types of computations. I discovered from the experience that I was not a natural hacker. These pieces of utilitarian software were developed in Fortran, Algol, and Pascal. They are today thought of as the programming equivalent of Latin. Like Rory McIlroy might do if forced to play a game of golf with an 18-handicapper, the software I built was awkward and ineffective, and more skilled programmers would look at it and roll their eyes. But it accomplished the job, and in that sense, it was “excellent enough for government work,” as the renowned computer scientist Roger Needham described it. And I gained a lifetime admiration for programmers who can build elegant, efficient code as a result of the experience. Anyone who believes programming is simple has never tried it.
The biggest update to Microsoft Office documents in decades is Microsoft Loop, a hub for a new way of working in Office. Microsoft’s Fluid work, which consists of discrete pieces of collaborative Office content that can be copied, pasted, and shared with others, has a new name: Microsoft Loop.
You know the term “ransomware.” It’s all over the news, and it’s because it’s a huge threat to all types of businesses, regardless of size or industry. If you want to protect your business’ future, you have to implement security measures that will allow you to not only address ransomware but prevent these attacks altogether. Depending on the type of data you store, you might find yourself more susceptible to ransomware attacks.
Many employees are returning to their former workstations as offices reopen around the country, but the era of Zoom is not gone. Some firms have switched to a hybrid workforce that combines remote and in-office work, which implies that many of us will continue to use video chat regardless of where we work.
One of the most critical parts of security used to be the password, and while it has fallen out of favor in recent years due to how easily they can be cracked, a good password can still go a long way toward keeping your accounts safe. Let’s go over some of the best practices associated with passwords and how you can use them to your advantage.
Apple and Samsung appear to agree on one point: a smartphone no longer has to cost more than $1,000. However, their perspectives on what makes a low-cost phone desirable differ substantially.
With smartphones so commonplace both in and out of the office, you are probably wondering how you can cash in on some of the potential productivity gains these devices can provide, all while dodging the productivity pitfalls that are sure to ensue. Well, you’re in luck; we have a couple of practices and tips you can implement to get the most out of your smartphones for work purposes.
If your desktop is a mess from countless files strewn about it, perhaps you’ll find today’s tip helpful. We will walk you through how you can hide certain files on your desktop so they don’t clutter it up needlessly, all by using the built-in functionality of Windows 10. Let’s discuss how you can hide folders from your desktop or Documents view.