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Microsoft Word reveals ‘Ideas’ to use AI to improve writing
Never mind spellcheck, there will soon be another helpful feature to support struggling writers. Microsoft Word has revealed plans to use AI to improve writing. This new feature will go beyond the usual grammar fixes that many users have relied upon for years. It is understood that, thanks to... Read more
Evernote Launches New Collaboration Feature
New Spaces app allows for real time collaboration. For years, Evernote has been one of the worlds most recognized go-to organizational apps for people in all walks of life. From busy corporate professionals to people in highly creative fields–both career-wise and as a side interest or hobby–Evernote has helped... Read more
US Users Hit By Google Docs Outage
Los Angeles, San Francisco and West Coast hit hardest; rest of G Suite unaffected. Google Docs users suddenly found themselves without access to any of their docs, when Docs itself became inaccessible late Wednesday afternoon. While the outage only lasted a few hours for a “significant subset of users,” panic... Read more
Claim your free copy of PDFelement 6
Share promo link on social media by June 25 for free Wondershare software. Wondershare, the publishers of Adobe Acrobat alternative PDFelement 6, are offering a free license to anyone who shares their promotional link on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Google+, between now and June 25! Click on the link... Read more
DocuSign Breach Led To Phishing Attacks
Convincing emails contained Word doc attachment that installed malicious software upon opening. When digital signature platform DocuSign suffered a data breach last month, the information that the hackers gained was pretty meaningless. While no data theft is without consequence, this one was minor when you compare it to hacking... Read more
Office 2016 For Windows Set For September 22 Release!
Microsoft keep quiet but leaked memo all but confirms date. An internal memo obtained by from Microsoft’s internal intranet last week confirmed what many in the industry long suspected: Microsoft Office 2016 will be released in September, on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. While Microsoft have yet to officially... Read more
Microsoft Office 2016 Promises Some Big Changes
As any Microsoft Office devotee can tell you, there are some vital personal and workplace tools in the suite of products. Of course, if the price tag is any indication, Microsoft is pretty proud of its product, too. That’s why it’s strange to find so many consumers who are... Read more
Microsoft’s “Office Mix” Makes PowerPoint Interactive
Death by PowerPoint is something that many an employee has to go through, especially when attending seminars, meetings, and pitches. While there is no dearth of useful advice about how to make PowerPoint presentations that will not bore your audience to death, these resources don’t seem to have much... Read more