Articles tagged with: Introductions

Social Media Platforms

Social media is a great way to reach out and communicate with your clientele. However, when you look at all of the different kinds and types of social media platforms, it can be very difficult to figure out which one to use. One of the easiest ways to decide is to look at each of [ Read More ]

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Microsoft Clutter: What is it and Other Frequently Asked Questions

You may have noticed a new item in Outlook: a folder named Clutter. Clutter is a new feature we received when OSU converted to Office 365 and has some nice features for managing our email. The following questions and answers may help answer some of the questions you have about Clutter. What does it do? [ Read More ]

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Office365 – OneDrive for Business (Windows)

Office 365 allows you to save Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, Excel spreadsheets and Publisher publications to the your OneDrive for accessibility from all of your devices. OneDrive works similarly to Google Drive or Dropbox by allowing you to sync and add folders on your computer. To enable syncing of OneDrive Business, follow these step by [ Read More ]

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Out with the Old… in with the New? Thoughts on Apple Music

Last week, at WWDC, Apple announced their new music platform, Apple Music which will be released on June 30th. As I was listening to the keynote, regarding Apple Music, I kept thinking to myself how it is different from other music players such as Spotify, and Pandora. As a dedicated iTunes user since 2003, I [ Read More ]

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A Week in Someone Else’s Shoes.

I don’t know about you, but it seems like every time I stop, someone is telling me what new tablet I should be using. Android? iOS? Windows? Which one should I get? Sadly, I can’t help you decide. I can, however, tell you about my experience with a Google Nexus 7 tablet. The Nexus 7 [ Read More ]

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