Making Technology Easier for Seniors

The pandemic has changed the world. More people have been pushed online in new ways, and for senior citizens this can be particularly challenging. Even registering for a COVID-19 vaccination requires going online in many countries. Plus, social gatherings and…
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Quick Tip No. 53

The Home key is a control key for returning the text cursor to the beginning of the line you’re typing on. It can also move the cursor to the beginning of a document, web page, or cell.
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Increase Productivity with Microsoft Power Automate

Productivity is the great goal of business. If you’re a Microsoft 365 user, you have access to a tool that can easily increase your process efficiency. Here’s what you need to know about Microsoft’s Power Automate. Power Automate is a…
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Quick Tip No. 52

F1 is used as the help key in almost every program. You may also need to hold down the fn key + F1 to open help in specific programs.
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How to Protect Your Proprietary Information

Proprietary information makes your business special, whether you’re a tech startup with a smart algorithm or a food manufacturer with a secret sauce. Regardless of industry, business gains competitive advantage from distinct practices or unique data. The last thing you…
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Quick Tip No. 51.

Next time you make a mistake, press Ctrl-Z and all will be undone!
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5 Tips to Protect Your Laptop from Physical Damage

A laptop can hold your life. If you’re working from home, it’s essential to your income. For students, it’s where you keep all your notes and essays. Plus, there are the personal photos and videos. And you sometimes use it…
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Quick Tip No. 50.

Press the ALT Key + Tab for a nifty way to switch between programmes on your computer.
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World Backup Day

Don’t be an April Fool.  Ensure your files are all backed up! WHAT IS A BACKUP? A data back up is a second copy of all your important files — for example, your family photos, home videos, documents and emails.…
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Why Law Firms Need Managed Services

The law industry isn’t known for embracing change quickly: tradition can trump a willingness to embrace new technologies. Yet digital technology has become an essential part of many lawyers’ working day. Partnering with a managed service provider (MSP) provides support…
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Quick Tip No. 49

You never know when you may need to get there in a hurry!
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Quick Tip No. 48

Did you know Dropbox Basic is free to use?
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Pivoting to the Practice of Virtual Law

The law profession has been slow to embrace virtual work. It’s a people-oriented business, and there is great reliance on sensitive files and court documents, yet the pandemic pushed lawyers – and the rest of us – to embrace more…
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Quick Tip No. 47

There are a whole host of password managers you can use to save your passwords safe and securely in one place.
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It’s Who You Know: Verifying Identity at Law Firms

Trusting identity is foundational to a law firm’s work. In a law office, the documents going back and forth contain sensitive information, and contracts, negotiations, or transactions can’t be shared with the wrong parties. The industry needs to be cautious…
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Five Tips to Get the Right Printer for You

Buying a printer can be overwhelming. There are so many options available from different brands, and buying guides galore. Yet we still often see people with printers that aren’t the best ones for their needs. That said, we’re offering five…
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Quick Tip No. 46

Did you know the spacebar can also be used for scrolling up and down web pages?
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7 Things Lawyers Gain from Workflow Automation

There is always information being collected and shared at a law firm. Files go between employees and back and forth among clients, too, and these can contain critical data. One mistake could cost the firm money – and reputation. Workflow…
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