Technology

How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

How to Use Technology Without Annoying Your Coworkers

Before the COVID-19 crisis, we certainly used technology to communicate at work. We made phone calls. We sent emails and instant messages. And maybe, occasionally, we participated in an online meeting or video conference call. But today, with many of us working from home, technology has suddenly become the primary way to communicate with clients(…)

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All About “Zoombombing” and How to Stop It

All About “Zoombombing” and How to Stop It

If you’re working from home right now, you’ve probably attended a few video conference calls. (I attend at least one a day.) And you may be using a software called “Zoom” to participate in those calls. Zoom allows colleagues to see each other, talk, share their screens, write on the screen, post messages, use personal(…)

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Do You Know When People Are Trying to Scam You Online? Take a Quiz and Find Out!

Do You Know When People Are Trying to Scam You Online? Take a Quiz and Find Out!

One of the most common ways for people to steal your money or personal information is through a process called “phishing.” Phishing is a technique that criminals use to obtain sensitive information (including user names, passwords, social security numbers, bank account numbers, and credit card numbers). It generally works like this: You receive an email(…)

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When Using a PowerPoint Isn’t a Good Idea

When Using a PowerPoint Isn’t a Good Idea

PowerPoint is a useful tool. It’s easy to master. It’s a good way to give your presentations structure. And it’s an effective way to present your audience with informative visuals, like photographs, tables, and charts. But be honest – how do you really feel when you arrive at a presentation and the speaker starts playing(…)

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