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Twitter has evolved into a powerful social medium and an effective platform for engaging customers and business partners, but only if you use it wisely.
Is your inbox packed with hundreds of even thousands of old messages? There's no obvious way to remove them--but there is a way.
Here are four ways to approach using social media and mass coupon services together to promote your small business.
Learn how to preview messages, insert images into email, view unread messages only, and increase the number of visible messages in Gmail.
The new Twitter feature should offer new opportunities for companies to connect with followers directly by sharing pictures.
By default, Gmail shows you only 25 messages at a time. Productivity nightmare! Fortunately, there's an easy way to raise the number to 50 or even 100.
Add-ons designed as parental controls can also stop the kid in you from wasting time online.
A Gmail Labs feature adds the capability of embedding images into your outgoing mail--great for those times when mere words won't do.
Learn how to secure your data in the cloud, restore it after a crash--and get YouTube to run on your new PC.
Gmail lacks a push-button solution for showing only unread mail. The solution? Run a "search" for it.
The latest version of the Notes GTD add-on now supports all users, and includes a free edition.
If you use Mozy to back up your files, you'll want to make a note of this minor glitch if the time comes to restore them.
If you access your Gmail account in your Web browser, you'll love this Labs feature. It gives you a "sneak peek" at each e-mail with just one click.
Local backups are a good start, but if you want absolute protection for your priceless data, a secondary, cloud backup is essential. Here's why.
Moving all your IT resources to the cloud isn't right for every small company. As this case study shows, nips and tucks to an existing mix of servers can create smoother operations and savings.