• How to share contacts in Outlook 2016 and Office 365

    How to Share Contacts in Outlook 2016 & Office 365

    How to share contacts in Outlook 2016 and Office 365 with specific people in your organization Knowing how to share contacts in Outlook 2016 and Office 365 can be a huge timesaver for companies of any size. The default Contacts folder in Outlook is created in each Outlook profile. This folder can’t be renamed or […]

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  • How Office 365 Improves Productivity

    As a business professional, Office 365 is what you need to get the most productivity out of your devices. More companies than ever are using it for accomplishing goals and gaining an edge on their competition. Yet employees are not taking full advantage of the tools that can maximize their productivity. Your time is valuable. […]

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  • Dropbox Duplicate Files Problem: SOLVED

    What is the Dropbox duplicate files problem? If two people change the same file at the same time, Dropbox won’t merge the changes. Instead, it saves the original file and creates a second version which has the same name but is appended with “conflicted copy”. Dropbox claims that “By creating a conflicted file, Dropbox ensures […]

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  • How To Create a Shared Calendar in Outlook & Office 365

    How do I create a separate calendar for sharing in Outlook? (Scroll down for Office 365) If you would like to create a separate calendar in Exchange you need to use Microsoft Outlook 2007 or later. Other users that want to view your new shared calendar will need to use Microsoft Outlook. Outlook 2013 Office 365 […]

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  • Top 3 Security Flaws with File Sharing Software

    Top 3 Security Flaws with File Sharing SoftwareCan you imagine working in today’s business environment without the ability to easily share files across any platform at any time? The days of thumb drives and other physical data transportation means are almost gone. While the need for data sharing will always exist, as file syncing and sharing […]

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  • Google Apps vs Office 365

    Google Apps vs Office 365 Top 3 reasons to choose Google Apps 1)  Really easy to use — but mainly because it has fewer features, like not always compatible with MS documents format.2)  Easy to administer — “one size fits all” means fewer choices but also limited adaptability3)  Cheaper — good value — be careful […]

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