In this edition of our blog, we walk you through some of the most commonly used features of Google Drive. These features and pro tips will make collaboration easier and give you information on Microsoft Office integrations as well as Google Drive plugins.
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In this edition, we share the most frequently used or asked about features of Gmail including how to get newest Gmail message on top. Also included are handy tips and tricks that will get you up and running with Gmail and in no time you will become the office Gmail pro.
In this blog post, we guide you through the process of setting up Gmail, Contacts, and Calendar on your devices. This step-by-step guide explains how you can get Gmail, Contacts, Calendar, and Email Signature setup on all of your devices including iPhone, Android device, and Ipad.
As with any other change, G Suite migration also brings with it a number of challenges. In this particular post, we will cover the introduction, advantages, comparison, and overview of G Suite. In our subsequent posts we bring you a comprehensive study of the most commonly used applications of G Suite.
Let’s begin with an important statistic. 60% of companies that lose their data will shut down within 6 months of the disaster. Scary isn’t it? Furthermore, the same article goes on to list that every week 140,000 hard disks crash in the United States. Given the risk loss of data poses, it is a no-brainer that every business should have a reliable backup solution.
The internet is a vast sea of information, tools, entertainment, news, and more. It is easy to get lost if you do not know exactly what you are looking for. Here are seven handy websites that I have found useful. Hope you will too!
“I’ve been doing this for a long time, but this is the first time I’m seeing mainstream technology have real applications for people with disabilities,” Karen of SFCD explains. She proceeds to show me how she is able to control just about everything in the room, from the fan to the lights, with her voice or the iPad she holds in her hand. The iPad is running several communication applications that allow her to type out simple sentences telling the room what to do. Karen illustrates this by tapping a few buttons on her iPad, causing it to say, “Amazon, turn on the fan.” Sure enough, the fan across the room turns on with a pleasing whir. This is what assistive technology is all about, and it’s pretty incredible.
We are, essentially, technology guinea pigs. We try out apps, network equipment, computers, and more to find the best tools for the job. Here are some of our favorite lesser known apps.