Word's copy and paste functions

AndroidTab_Feb27_BThere are numerous devices that help make a business owner’s or manager’s job easier, or more efficient. One example is the tablet, which has become popular across the board in all industries. As with any tech, we want to keep the information on it secure, so most professionals will use a password that when entered will allow them access it.

Word's copy and paste functions

HealthcareIT_Mar05_AA new report suggests that 2013 may be the year of the great electronic medical records (EMR) vendor switch given that many EMRS are falling short of providers’ expectations.

To come to that conclusion, Black Book Rankings polled roughly 17,000 active EMR adopters – and found that as many as 17 percent may switch out their first-choice EHR by the end of the year.

Outlook not sending an email?

Email is a crucial component that many businesses have come to rely on, so much so that when the program they use has a problem the whole business is hamstrung. Many companies use Microsoft’s Outlook, which does stop working from time-to-time. One of the most common issues is when your emails aren’t being sent.

Office 2013 – set default, save location

Take a look at computers in almost every business and it’s guaranteed that a large percentage of them will be running Microsoft Office. There are many different versions of Office, and Microsoft will officially release a new version of Office – 2013 – in Q1 2013, and businesses will be looking to upgrade.

How to delay emails on Outlook

Email, one of the most disruptive technologies ever led the way for a digital communication wave of change that has more or less destroyed the traditional methods of communication. Why write a letter when you can just type out an email and have it delivered and read instantly? The problem with email is that it has led to a bunch of users who just type without thinking and hitting send, only to regret what they have written.

How to open Office automatically

It can be moderately annoying to have to click to open programs that you use on a daily basis. It can take time and lead to you being less efficient, especially when it’s a program like Microsoft Outlook. One way to work around this is to set your computer to open this program when you turn it on, so that you time to go get a coffee and sit down ready to start your day.

BYOD made feasible due to Windows 8

Microsoft has an exciting fourth quarter of 2012 ahead. The impending release of Windows 8 is being met with mixed thoughts by pundits, and there are a ton of new features that could essentially change how we use computers. Some of these features focus on enabling businesses to adopt a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) solution.

Office 2013 brings about big changes

These past few months of 2012 have been big for Microsoft, with the officially announcement of Windows 8, two new tablets and new versions of nearly every Microsoft product. The Redmond, WA based company has indeed been busy. One of the more recent developments is a new version of Office, Office 2013 or Office 15 as the technical preview labels it.