I know this may not be NEW news, but it is relevant to some. In efforts to strengthen the Windows Operating System brand, Microsoft released Windows 10 -free of charge! This easy upgrade allowed users of Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 to be brought up to the latest and greatest (and I mean Greatest!) version of Windows to date. There is a catch, though…
I came across a great article from a reputable business who specializes in Virtual Administration. Here’s a great tip for making use of your ‘downtime’ and catching up on reading…
As a small business owner, my mind is constantly on learning new tips, keeping up with technology, and finding new ways to better assist my clients. If you are like me, that means you will often find yourself with a … Continue reading
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Many out there may still be wondering if Windows 10 is the way to go. XP was very reliable and a good, solid Operating System… for it’s time. Windows 7 eventually came along and now that has become the ‘standard’ for the next good, solid OS. Well, folks, Windows 10 is out and the strongest yet in usability, function, and security. Here’s something the US Dept. of Defense (DoD) has to say about it!
Microsoft is soon to be releasing Office 365 Planner and I have to say, I’m pretty excited about this! For me and the work I do, this product is something I think I would live by. Working on so many different projects (each having their own set of teams, tasks, goals etc…), this would help me stay on course and on top of everything going on. Currently, I use Outlook and OneNote to personally track all of this -occasionally MS Project, but it does get tedious and there are so many areas that are left in the gray spot.
If you are using Office 365 (for business, as I don’t believe Home or School will include this) -Please watch this video!
For more information on Office 365 Planner
Who doesn’t like free stuff? Good article from Anderson Administrative Solutions