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If you're like me, you often use email as a reminder/to-do list for yourself and your team members. But the massive number of emails that occupy my inbox day after day tend to bury those reminders, making it difficult to keep them organized, and even more difficult for me to remember they even existed.
The much-anticipated Windows 10, launched in July, is the first-ever free upgrade for Windows 7 and 8 users.
This upgrade was necessary for Microsoft because Windows 8 was - to be blunt - a flop. The upgrade is by far worth it, not only to be rid of Windows 8, but also for improved speed and great new features, such as as Cortana (a Siri-style personal assistant), Microsoft Edge (allows note taking directly on web pages), Task View (a virtual desktop manager), and the beloved (and very missed) Start menu of yesteryear, making the learning curve easy.
At long last, Microsoft is finally releasing a Windows upgrade now that it's done with months of beta testing.
Reviews are positive on Windows' newest version. Features (or lack thereof) that made Windows 8 unpopular are being replaced with those of earlier Windows versions that were sorely missed by users.
This quarter, I wanted to provide a few stock resources that are available online and how they can help your brand. And the best part, they're FREE! One of the sites I use most often is iStockphoto.com. If you sign up for an account using your name and email, you can have access to free monthly photos, illustrations, audio, and video clips (scroll down to bottom of page until you see "Join iStock for free stock files every week"). If you don't find what you're looking for in the monthly freebies, most of their images are under $15 and can add that professional touch to a blog, newsletter, quote, etc.
Finally, a great mobile app that can read Gmail or Exchange mail on an iPhone or Android has arrived.
Microsoft has rebranded Acompli as Outlook for iPhone and Android, and it is fantastic for those of us who use Outlook and Exchange.
Simply stated, Asana’s mission is to “help humanity thrive by enabling all teams to work together effortlessly.” The company therefore created collaboration software that does just that.
With the intention of doing away with the flurry of emails that clutter - and ultimately get lost in – the inboxes of professionals, Asana’s app allows conversations and tasks to occur in one place, enabling everything to be clear, concise and actionable at a glance.
With a simple, free download, you no longer have to endure those aggravating ads every time you’re on the Internet.
Adblock Plus does just what its name says it does: blocks ads. This open source browser extension, popular with over 50 million people, uses filter lists to help it understand what to block and what not to block.
A special thanks to Chuck Annis of New Haven Moving Equipment for this incredible tip:
Need to read up on some IT topics but don’t want to plunk down cash for a book? Microsoft offers as many as 130 free ebooks that offer everything from broad overviews to dissected information on hundreds of technical topics.
I recently had a client ask me whom to reach out to regarding fraudulent charges on her company's credit card.
These fraudulent charges got her thinking that she should look at her company's credit to make sure there are no inaccuracies or other fraud she may not be aware of.
For those of you who are in front of a computer or other device all day and struggle with stress as a result of information overload, Calm.com may be your daily therapy.
Calm.com is a free website and iPhone app that offers a break in the day of busy execs, gamers or social media addicts who rarely step away from their screens.