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Older versions of Word buried line-spacing settings inside formatting menus, but in Word 2007 and 2010, they're hiding in plain sight.
The spread of enthusiasm for cloud computing seems unstoppable. Here's what to consider before getting started with a new cloud service.
Shifts in technology--from new gadgets to new ways of managing data--can easily derail your work life. Here's how to stay on top of new tech without losing business effectiveness.
Whether you're leaving on your own timetable or departing with a pink slip in your hand, here's how to hit the bricks with your digital life intact.
When you think of Android smartphones, "productivity" probably isn't the first word that comes to mind. But you don't have to use a different phone OS to get a lot done in little time.
Really want to stay on top of things? Jump on the latest gadget fad and change your tech tools constantly.
Storing your data off-site is essential in case of theft or other disaster, but there’s a bewildering amount of choices.
Before signing up for a new social network service or downloading that new application on your phone, read these privacy suggestions first.
CrunchConnect's presentation analytics help you focus your sales efforts where they're most effective.
Three years ago, a luxury retailer with a growing online business faced a nightmare situation.
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The free DokDok plugin for Gmail keeps track of document versions so you never waste time on an outdated file.
Windows Live Mesh and third-party SDExplorer integrate Microsoft's cloud storage service into Windows Explorer.