Archive: September, 2014

Outlook organization tips: 5 ways to tame the email pile

Microsoft’s Outlook is an irreplaceable tool for countless organizations and a veritable legion of people around the globe—but it’s not a beloved one by any stretch. Nobody actually enjoys sifting through a stuffed inbox or responding to meeting requests all day long; you want to open your inbox, do what you need to do, and get […]

4 Things About Windows That You’ll Miss on a Mac

Are you a Windows user thinking about switching over to a Mac? The huge popularity of iPads and iPhones has tempted many long-time Windows devotees into confirming their place in the Apple ecosystem with a home computer that will play nicely with their iOS phone or tablet. However, anyone thinking of making the switch has […]

The iPhone Size Evolution: How We Got To Where We Are

All the way back in 2007, Steve Jobs stepped in front of a crowd and announced the original iPhone. It came with a 3.5 inch screen, and we’ve certainly come a long way since then, which the company just releasing a 5.5 inch monster known as the iPhone 6 Plus. Get more information on this […]

Tasked with promoting Office 365? Microsoft has a website for you

Aware that the “if you build it, they will come” principle doesn’t always apply to newly deployed IT systems, Microsoft has developed a website to help companies promote Office 365 usage among employees. Check out this article from The optimistically titled Office 365 Customer Success Center is aimed at the designated “champions” within businesses […]

Microsoft rolls out Groups feature to Office 365 users, but only on the web

Microsoft continues to add collaboration features to Office, beginning its rollout of a new Groups feature to allow small teams to better work together. Check out this article from But Groups will roll out in the Outlook Web app—not the desktop application—to share email and calendar information, and in OneDrive for Business. Although the […]

6 Personal Alerts You Should Set Up Today

Most people who own a smartphone or tablet are subject to a swarm of notifications which, to be honest, are often useless. Do you really need to know a bar halfway across town has sweet happy hour deals? Or that some guy who works in accounting is at the Red Robin? More information on this article from […]

Chrome 64-bit Vs 32-bit For Windows – Is 64-bit Worth Installing?

Chrome’s onward march to be the dominant web browser continues as Google recently released Chrome 64-bit for Windows. What this means is that this particular version of Chrome is optimized to run on Windows computers with 64-bit processors. Check out this article from Who Can Use Chrome 64-bit? Anyone who is using Windows 7, […]

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