Feb 122017
 

By Susan Harkins at TechRepublic.com…

The article Configure Outlook’s Calendar view to suit your work routine shows several ways to configure the Calendar window to match the way you work. These tips require a bit of initial setup and afterward, you save time by eliminating repetitive steps. This month, I’ll show you eight simple ways to save time on the fly.

Source: Eight quick tips for working efficiently in Outlook’s Calendar window – TechRepublic

 Posted by at 6:25 pm
Feb 022017
 

By Susan Harkins at TechRepublic.com…

Busy people depend heavily on Outlook’s Calendar. You can schedule appointments and events and even block out time to actually get some work done. However, we don’t all have the same schedule, so you might spend more time than necessary working around Outlook’s default calendar settings. In this article, you’ll learn how to schedule and modify appointments and events to keep yourself on track. Perhaps more important, you’ll learn how to adjust Outlook’s calendar settings to fit your routine.

Source: Configure Outlook’s Calendar view to suit your work routine – TechRepublic

 Posted by at 7:28 am
Jan 232017
 

By Moe Long at MakeUseOf.com…

ASP? PHP? What are all of the options to choose from when someone wants to code a browser/web based application? Why should certain languages be chosen over others in any given scenario? This article will provide a checklist of questions the programmer should ask in order to choose which language to use.Since the inception of the internet, web programming remained a popular and in-demand skill. With a web-driven society, programming for the web continues its upward trend. Sites such as Udemy and as well as on-line and on-site bootcamps make learning web programming easy and accessible. Moreover, programming teaches many excellent general life habits.

Source: How to Choose the Right Web Programming Language to Use

 Posted by at 2:28 pm
Nov 032016
 

By Sandy Stachowiak at MakeUseOf.com…

If you’re working on a small project, as a freelancer, or in a company with few employees, Outlook 2016 can help you manage your projects and tasks without the need for hefty software. With simple customizations to the task section, you can set reminders and due dates, assign to-dos, and track time easily.

Source: How to Use Outlook for Simple Task and Project Management

 Posted by at 5:14 pm
Oct 262016
 

As someone responsible for hiring and developing employees, I think this is a great article by Melanie Pinola at Lifehacker.com…

Hiring managers make the difficult decision of who the best candidate is for the job based not just on the specific job requirements but also basic “soft skills” every worker should have, like communication and teamwork. Here are the top 10 additional job skills everyone needs.

Source: Top 10 Skills You Need at Work That Have Nothing to Do with Your Job

 Posted by at 5:02 pm
Sep 032016
 

By Sandy Stachowiak at MakeUseOf.com…

Don’t you love things that save you time and energy? When you are in the office, rather than wasting time on creating documents from scratch, you can focus on your tasks and duties by using and reusing simple templates. From budgets to to-dos and custom templates, check out these 10 time-saving tools.

Source: 10 Templates to Save Time at the Office

 Posted by at 7:01 pm
Aug 162016
 

By Tim Brookes at MakeUseOf.com…

Sick of dragging files into email messages whenever you want to share something? There might be a better way. Whether you want to share a single file with another Mac in the vicinity, a folder with a Windows PC on the same network, or several gigabytes of video with a friend on the other side of the world, we’ve got you covered.

Source: 9 Quick Ways to Share Files & Folders from a Mac

 Posted by at 10:19 pm