Tag: Productivity


How To Connect Multiple Monitors To Your Laptop

Written by: Jay H. Laptops are an excellent choice for working on the go, but their small screen sizes can be limiting. Thankfully, you can easily connect one, two, or more extra monitors to your laptop to give you the screens you need to help with your workload. Let’s go over your options for connecting multiple monitors to your laptop.

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How To Set Your Computer to Dark Mode

Dark modes are becoming increasingly popular. Not only do they look sleek and stylish, but they reduce eye strain. If you’re on a Windows or Mac computer, you can set your device to dark mode in just a few steps. Here’s how you do it. How to Set Windows Computer to Dark Mode Click the Start (Windows) icon in the

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How To Connect To A Shared Folder On Your Network

Written by: Jay H. Shared directories on your organization’s network make it for you and colleagues to access files. However, connecting to shared directories can seem a little tricky if you’re not sure how to. Fortunately, in just a few steps you can be accessing your company’s shared files! Here’s how to connect to a shared folder on your network.

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Why Your SMB Needs A Business Continuity Plan

Written by: Jay H. Uncontrollable events like fires, floods, earthquakes, or cyberattacks could hit your organization and severely disrupt operations. If disaster struck your business, would you know what to do? Fortunately, having a business continuity plan (BCP) in place can help your business recover quickly in case of an emergency. Here’s what you need to know about BCPs. What

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6 Essentials For Your Work From Home Setup

Written by: Jay H. Working from home is something many of us have had the opportunity to do over these past couple of years. Indeed, many employees are working from home indefinitely. If you’re among those working remotely part-time or full-time, you can improve your productivity and comfort by investing in a proper setup. Here are 6 essentials for your

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How To Speed Up Google Chrome

Written by: Jay H. Google Chrome is the most popular web browser worldwide, with over 60 percent of all internet users choosing it as their primary browser. However, if your Chrome feels slower than usual, you can take easy steps to remediate the issues. Here’s how to speed up Google Chrome. Close Unused Tabs Each tab consumes processing power, meaning

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Microsoft Outlook Tips And Tricks

Written by: Jay H. Email is a major part of business communication. In fact, the average worker spends over 13 hours of their workweek on email, proving just how much time email consumes. Luckily, there are ways you can increase your productivity in Microsoft Outlook. Use these 6 Microsoft Outlook tips and tricks to gain control of your email. 1. Sort

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Laptops or Desktops: Which Is Best For Your Small Business?

Written by: Jay H. As a small business owner, you have to make many decisions on a limited budget. One of these decisions includes what kind of computers to get. Should you get laptops or desktops for your small business? Consider the following aspects when making your decision. Portability Are you constantly on the go and need a portable device?

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Why Your SMB Should Consider Hosted Microsoft Exchange

Written by: Jay H. Businesses worldwide use Microsoft Exchange as an email server, but the costs and knowledge required to host it on-premise can be daunting. Thankfully, small businesses like yours can enjoy the benefits of Exchange without the massive costs through Microsoft Exchange hosting services. What Is Microsoft Exchange? Microsoft Exchange is a messaging application that many businesses use

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Over Half Of Remote Workers Are Wasting Time Due To Tech Challenges

Written by: Jay H. Technology issues are loathsome, especially in the workplace. Slow internet, printer malfunctions, and email troubles are just some frustrations workers deal with daily. As the number of remote and hybrid workers continues to grow, these tech challenges are escalating as well. To examine the impact of inadequate tech in the remote workplace, Office Depot surveyed over 1,000 American

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