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- 10 Outlook Tricks You Need To Master
- The Open Plan Office Trap: Why It Pays To Work Alone
- Microsoft Issues Fix For Critical Security Bugs In Office For Windows and Mac OS
- Five Tips For Setting Up The Ideal Home Office
- How To Download The Microsoft Office 2016 Preview
- Microsoft Office 2016: What We Know So Far
Season 2, Episode 2 of Static is here: We chat about how many of your Facebook friends are actually friends, why on Earth people line up for stuff (RTX, In-And-Out pop ups), the pros and cons of open plan offices, and you ask us — what’s the nerdiest way to ask someone out on a date? We also chat to Stef Dawson, best known as Annie Cresta from The Hunger Games.
Outlook on desktop was starting to look outdated, but the colossus of email clients has found new life on mobile and web — and there’s more to the software than you might think. Whether you use the desktop client every day or have been dabbling in the new apps for iOS and Android, here are our favourite tricks for getting more from Outlook.
An oldie but a goodie, this little titbit was much appreciated when it was first posted back in 2012, so I’ve dug it out of the archives to share with a new generation of Excel wizards. While Excel (still) has no way to natively sort a list randomly, it’s a pretty easy process with a few short steps.
Microsoft’s Enterprise Agreement currently offers the best value on its software to organisations with at least 250 users. But that is set to change as Microsoft plans to alter its Enterprise Agreement policy so smaller organisations won’t be able to access the discounts anymore. Here are the details.
I don’t know about you, but every time I see “fast-paced environment” in a job ad, I think that place might be Wall Street-level intense. Job seekers and former job seekers alike, what are the phrases in job ads that make you most wary?
There is a prevailing notion that open plan offices foster open communication among staff and make for a livelier workplace. But they are also facing a backlash as people begin to realise their shortcomings. We take a deeper look at the pros and cons of open plan offices and why working alone is underrated.
A lot of meetings end up being a complete waste of time, but that wasted time also means wasted money. This calculator will show how much an unproductive meeting really costs.