Let’s face it; advancements in technology typically make devices smaller. The features and portability of laptops and convertible tablets are excellent, but the smaller screen can make it difficult to manage multiple programs at once (not to mention the impact smaller screens have on your vision over time).
Dashboards are a fast and effective way for users to take data and make it readily accessible and visual for decision-makers within their organization. Microsoft Excel is highly-effective at accomplishing this task due to its enhanced charting, graphing, and ability to handle large volumes of data.
Sometimes the simple act of transferring data using a USB port can feel like it’s moving at a glacial pace (okay, maybe that’s just in action movies). Fortunately, if you need to move large volumes of data, there is an affordable upgrade for your existing computer that can save you time and money in improved productivity.
Microsoft Exchange uses ActiveSync that allows it to connect to all of the devices described in our three-part series. As long as ActiveSync is enabled on your Exchange Server, setting up your new BlackBerry Z10 is fairly straightforward.
Syncing your work email account to a new mobile device is becoming standard business practice and can increase productivity if you’re often away from the office. Set up of a device can be confusing and many people are unsure of the proper steps to sync a new device with Microsoft Exchange.
Information security is a concern for the vast majority of people, but the stakes are potentially higher when it comes to the business information contained in your software. The good news is that Microsoft makes it easy for you to keep tabs on your business information.