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You don't need specialized design skills to turn your boring lists into something interesting and fun. You only need SmartArt. Susan Harkins explains.
Office Q&A: An Outlook attachment solution, relieving toggle frustration, and finding previous edits in Word
Susan Harkins helps readers with simple Office solutions. This month, she offers an attachment solution for Outlook, how to relieve toggle frustration, and ways to find previous ed...
Vendor lock-in is a big issue when you're managing an application lifecycle across more than one cloud provider. An OASIS specification solves this problem.
In this monthly installment of Office Q&A, Susan Harkins helps readers find simple solutions to their pressing Office problems.
Bring your own application (BYOA) is growing in popularity on the heels of BYOD. Here's how you can better prepare for BYOA in your business.
In her monthly Microsoft Office Q&A column, Susan Harkins offers some tips for working with Word styles and Excel's conditional formatting.
A communication plan serves many purposes, from publicizing successful rollouts to keeping execs in touch with the IT roadmap. Here's an overview of what a well-designed plan can o...
With the fast pace of online consumerism, companies must guarantee what they say in privacy policies is actually what they are doing when protecting the privacy of customer data.
A decade ago, the PayPal Mafia played a major role in revitalizing the tech industry in Silicon Valley. The story behind this group of leaders proves that their success is more tha...
Take a cue from the Katherine Heigl, Duane Reade lawsuit and make sure your social media team knows its legal boundaries.