Category: How-to-tips

It’s a Net, not a Harpoon | Why Ransomware Threatens Even the Smallest Businesses

 
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Modern Note Taking for the Modern Office | 5 Tips to Accelerate Your OneNote Experience

OneNote is a powerful note-taking tool for all office settings, no matter what your role is. With new features still coming out, it can be a great
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Planning Hybrid Meetings | How to Hold Productive Meetings in Microsoft Teams Room

Even as many people return to the office, remote work is here to stay. How can you ensure orderly meetings when your team is both spread out and
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Simple, Efficient, and Safe | Password Best Practices and Multi-Factor Authentication

Passwords are hard. They’re hard to remember, hard to create, hard to use. We’ve talked before about how a password manager can help your
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How Much Should Managed IT Services Cost? | The Planning Gap Between Executives & IT

When it comes to planning your IT budget, it's easy to be reactive: if you don't feel comfortable making IT decisions, you might wait for problems to
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Let Your Inbox Be Your Inbox | Decluttering & Converting “To Do” Emails with Outlook Tasks

 
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3 Reasons to Move from Transactional to Strategic with Your IT Partner

This article by Nathan Austin, Mytech’s Co-Founder and VP of Business Development, was originally published in the October/November 2020 edition of
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Making the Most of Your Productivity Toolkit | M365 Analytics and Cortana

Microsoft features a host of productivity tools and insights, but if you don’t know how to use them, they can feel (paradoxically) complicated to
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Migrating Your File Server to SharePoint | What to Consider Before Making the Move

SharePoint is everywhere, and making full use of it is a keystone of your Microsoft 365 experience. For many organizations, the best practice is to
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Catching a Phish | Simple Tips & Tricks to Keep Yourself Secure

Phishing attacks and spoofed email scams aren’t going away anytime soon – last year, they were responsible for 94% of successful malware
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