When you get started with a new app like Google Sheets, you want to know all of the tips and tricks that you can use to get the most from it. The faster you learn the spreadsheet tricks, the more efficient you’ll be in that app.
Do you have a big presentation coming up quickly? Is your brain exploding with creative presentation ideas? Are you ready to start planning and designing your new PowerPoint presentation?
If you have a presentation to give soon, then you have some work to do.
If you use a Mac for business, you need to keep it secure. Even if you use your Mac for personal use, if you do a lot of financial transactions online, you may still wish to protect your computer. Here’s what you need to know about antivirus software for the Mac.
When you’ve been asked to speak in front of an audience, you’re likely going to prepare speaking aids to show on screen and guide your presentation. But building out those slides takes time – time that you may not have while also writing all of the content for your presentation!
Digital currency is becoming more and more popular and, these days, there’s no need to carry around an overflowing wallet in your pocket as an Apple device can now make payments for you.
FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a way for a computer to send files to a server. It’s used if you want to upload a file from your computer (the client) to a remote server over a network. It’s popular because most servers actually sit in a rack in a database centre somewhere miles away from where you’re working.
Everyday we work with multiple application windows. You can perform various tasks in parallel. For example, you can read article on one window and take notes on another window.
Travelling can be a wonderful mind-expanding adventure, but it also comes along with its own unique set of challenges, like figuring out exchange rates, staying within our budget, keeping documents organised and safe, documenting our trip to preserve our memories and so on.
Do you know how to rotate text, shapes, and images in Apple’s Keynote presentation software?
Are you working with a lot of information, looking for the connection points that will move your audience? Do you need to pull it together to create a great PowerPoint presentation?
Email has been around since Ray Tomlinson chose the @ symbol in 1972. Almost half a century on and email has never really been fit for purpose as a tool to service customers efficiently or effectively. For that, there are better solutions.
In this tutorial, I’ll show you why email is not working for you and give you a solution to collaborating with others in teams to work more efficiently and effectively.
It may seem like a worse-case scenario, but if your iOS device goes missing, don’t panic: you just may be able to get it back.