Archive for January 2013

What Is Microsoft OneNote?

Looking to maximize your multitasking skills? Both Evernote and OneNote are popular choices for keeping track of notes and lists, among other things. In terms of versatility, however, OneNote is the superior option as a one-stop application for managing all types of information. Features With OneNote, you can type down notes, make lists, create hyperlinks…

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Dual monitor setup: Two monitors are better than one

used with permission from Microsoft at Home You can never have enough screen space. Instead of buying a larger computer monitor, you can buy an inexpensive second monitor or make use of a spare one and connect it to your computer (if you’re using Windows 7 or Windows Vista)—instantly doubling your desktop space. Dual monitor…

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Cloud Services May be a Game-Changer for Business

The article re-printed courtesy of IBM ForwardView eMagazine Midsized companies are moving toward an infrastructure that is optimized and responsive to help them meet new business demands. This article in our series looks at the short- and long-term benefits of cloud computing and how midsized companies can start integrating some cloud services into their existing…

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Does Your Business Have a Disaster Recovery Plan?

by Natassia Roman, Operations Manager In wake of last month’s Hurricane Sandy, we are reminded once again that you can never be too prepared. Though in California we do not experience hurricanes, we are at risk of earthquakes, fires and in some areas flooding. After a disaster, much attention is focused on the immediate damage…

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