You needn’t be a tech genius to take your PowerPoint presentations from drab to dynamic. There are a host of quick wins you can use to make your next presentation sing – and to look much more professional than the ready-built basics.
Technology could hold the key to making the burgeoning remote working trend a success, but only if it’s user-friendly, one report has claimed.
With the pandemic forcing a re-think of how, where and when people work, focus is now shifting away from whether or not remote working is a possibility, to instead accept its arrival and focus instead on how to make it a success.
The London Underground network may no longer be a signal black hole, with plans in place to offer 4G connectivity by 2024, and 5G sometime in the future.
Transport for London has awarded BAI Communications a 20-year deal to provide connectivity across the entire Tube network, with the first stations going online next year – among them Oxford Circus, Bank and Euston.
A partnership between Europe and the USA could signal the end of the chip shortage that has impacted manufacturing for over a year.
The coronavirus pandemic exposed weaknesses in the supply chain of chip manufacturing, resulting in a global shortage of consumer electronics (with games consoles being among the highest profile casualties) and a slowdown in the production of new cars.
Microsoft has officially launched its next operating system, calling it a “major milestone” in the company’s history.
Windows 11 will launch to developers as early as next week, with the wider roll out expected before the end of the year. It will be free for existing Windows 10 users, though a minimum of 64 gigabytes of storage and 4 gigabytes of RAM is required.
The return of office work could bring about a perfect storm of cyber security dangers, some experts have warned.
With many of Britain’s workers gearing up to head back to the office, businesses have been urged to make sure their defences are up to scratch, to combat the myriad threats that could be brought into the office on returning staff devices.
Should governments make it illegal to pay ransomware demands? That’s the question being asked on a global scale, following a series of high-profile hacks that have impacted businesses, governments and organisations alike.
The benefits of connecting to public WiFi hotspots could be significantly outweighed by the inherent dangers, if they’ve not been sufficiently protected.
This is a warning sounded by IT security firm Akita, which has urged anyone connecting to public WiFi to proceed with real caution.
UK businesses have been urged to follow Ireland’s lead, and give staff members the ‘right to disconnect’.
The marked increase in home working that has come about as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has improved the work-life balance for countless Brits. However, it’s not been so straightforward for all – with some reporting burnout from working longer hours at home than they would in the office.
Microsoft Word has been part of the enterprise world for long enough for most of us to feel comfortable using it. However, there’s a whole world beyond the basics you can see from the ‘Home’ tab. Here are five tools you can use to turn your word processing from good to great.