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Predictive analytics: 3 Components

Predictive analytics: 3 Components

In business, as in life, we constantly try to make predictions about the future. How will sales be next year if we implement a new procedure? What will the weather be like for the annual staff event next week? It’s no surprise then that businesses of all sizes have started to embrace the idea of predictive analytics.

New themes for Office 365

New themes for Office 365

When it comes to purchasing and implementing public cloud solutions, such as Microsoft’s Office 365, business owners know that they are getting pretty much exactly the same product as every other business that uses the same solution. While this uniformity and consistency is positive, users often look for ways to customize the platform so that it relates more directly to a specific company.

Google launches new Drive app sites

Google launches new Drive app sites

If you are a Google Drive user, you may have noticed that Google has been implementing a number of changes over the past few months. First there was a change to the look of the file sharing service, then to how you accessed files. Now the tech company has announced that they have launched separate sites for their productivity apps.

Business impact analysis tips

Business impact analysis tips

Many people wonder why it’s necessary to perform business impact analysis (BIA) when they’ve already invested a large amount of time on a risk assessment. The answer is simple: because the purpose of a BIA is different, and wrong results could incur unnecessary expenses or create inadequate business continuity strategies.

Search operators for Google Drive

Search operators for Google Drive

For many Google Apps users Google Drive is among the most important and popular app. With a wide scope of features, including document creation, collaboration tools, and cloud-based storage, the app is highly useful for almost any business across any industry.

Word 2013 editing feature: Overtype

Word 2013 editing feature: Overtype

As a manager or business owner the chances are good that you spend a fair amount of time editing or compiling documents your employees have created. Many of us use ever popular Microsoft Word to do this, especially when it comes to writing reports or other content.

More languages supported in Gmail

More languages supported in Gmail

Were you aware that when signing up for a new Gmail or Google account, users can only use a specific set of characters and numbers? While this is not an issue for many users, there are some who work with clients or suppliers who have email addresses that do not use these characters, making sending them emails via Gmail difficult.

Creating accessible technology plans

Creating accessible technology plans

In many countries around the world, businesses are required to meet the needs of all employees. For able-bodied employees, one system will usually be able to meet needs, but disabled employees may have different requirements. Therefore, businesses should ensure that they develop an accessible technology plan.

Looking at aliases for Gmail

Looking at aliases for Gmail

Email is one of the most important communication tools for almost every employee and business. The problem many of us face however is sorting the non-important from important emails, or even separating personal and work emails. One solution most major email providers offer, to allow people to separate email types, is the alias.

Saving Facebook content to read later

Saving Facebook content to read later

Since its release, Facebook has gone from a college-only network to international site that connects millions of people. With more than half of adult users having more than 200 friends on average, our News Feeds have become a highly congested and constantly changing collage of stories and posts.