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Enterprise Application News
Nov 17, 2022

How intelligent automation will change the way we work
Automation in the workplace is nothing new — organizations have used it for centuries, points out Rajendra Prasad, global automation lead at Accenture and co-author of The Automation Advantage. In recent decades, companies have flocked to robotic process automation (RPA) as a way to streamline operations, reduce errors, and save money by automating routine business tasks.

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Enterprise Application News
Oct 18, 2022

Why America's oldest bank launched a crypto custody service
The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon) has gone live with an electronic platform that stores and protects cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and ether.

The 238-year-old bank's new Digital Asset Custody platform currently allows its US clients to store and transfer blockchain-based cryptocurrency with the same assurances the bank offers to protect traditional assets.

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Enterprise Application News
Oct 12, 2022

Microsoft relaunches Syntex with broad set of AI-based content management tools
Microsoft has launched Microsoft Syntex, a rebranding of the application as the company transforms it into a set of content apps, low-code tools and services that uses AI to streamline how organizations work with content.

Part of a new category of technology that Microsoft calls "content AI," Microsoft Syntex—announced at the company's Ignite conference Wednesday, and formerly called SharePoint Syntex—uses AI to automatically read, tag and index large volumes of content, connecting it where it's needed in context and integrating offerings from across the Microsoft Cloud, from Microsoft 365 (the newly rebranded Office 365) and Azure to Power Platform and Microsoft Purview.

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Enterprise Application News
Oct 03, 2022

Microsoft Teams cheat sheet: How to get started
If your organization uses Office, chances are you've encountered Microsoft Teams, at least for video meetings. But it's capable of a lot more, providing an effective way for groups of people to collaborate on work and advance business objectives.

Teams is, at its core, group chat software with videoconferencing capabilities and some interesting features around working with documents and spreadsheets, especially those stored in SharePoint and OneDrive for Business. It's included with Microsoft 365/Office 365 business and enterprise subscriptions, making it attractive to Microsoft customers who don't want to pay for additional chat or meeting software.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 27, 2022

How to pick the right DEX tool for the best digital employee experience
The COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the way people work, as working from home became the rule rather than the exception. Moving forward, many companies are continuing to support 100% remote workforces, or they're adopting a hybrid work model, with some employees working in the corporate office, some working at home, and many splitting their time between the two.

These remote and hybrid workers rely on company-provided technology to communicate with managers, co-workers, and customers. Savvy organizations want to provide every worker with a good digital employee experience (DEX) — the perception that employees have about the technology they interact with for work. To do that, companies need total visibility into how their employees are experiencing the technology they depend on to do their jobs.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 15, 2022

Digital whiteboards: The next must-have tool for hybrid teams?
The scope of workplace collaboration tools available to teams today stretches far beyond anything employees might have imagined two and a half years ago. When work-from-home orders swept the globe in early 2020, most organizations were focused on ensuring they had viable video and chat platforms in place. Now, as a significant proportion of employees have decided to work outside of the office for at least part of the work week, tools that do more than just support workers' basic communication needs are becoming more sought after.

One product that has seen an explosion in growth this year has been the digital whiteboard. Also known as visual collaboration platforms or shared canvas apps, these tools let hybrid teams collaborate visually via an online interface.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 07, 2022

Slack offers new DocuSign integration to streamline e-signature process
Slack has announced a new contact lifecycle management (CLM) integration with e-signature platform DocuSign, allowing users to navigate the full agreement processes inside their Slack workspace.

Although users already had the ability to send, sign and collaborate on agreements with DocuSign eSignature for Slack, much of the process still required the need for access to multiple, disparate systems, for internal and external stakeholders alike.

The new DocuSign CLM for Slack app instead allows colleagues and customers to navigate the full agreement process, including redlining, reviewing and approving, directly within Slack. This removes the need for signatories to check their emails or switch to different systems in order to receive status updates.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 01, 2022

How to build a ‘citizen developer' workforce
With a tech talent gap that's expected to worsen in the next few years, organizations and business users are increasingly looking to low-code and no-code app development to fill digital transformation needs.

In fact, for many business users, knowing how to use low-code and no-code to build apps is becoming more of the rule than the exception. (The difference between no-code and low-code is that the latter enables some customization because developers have access to command-line coding; no-code depends on visual tools such as pull-down menus and drag-and drop building blocks.)

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 30, 2022

Google Slides cheat sheet: How to get started
Need to build a slide presentation for a meeting, training, or other event? Google Slides is an easy-to-use web app that comes with the essential tools and more. It stores your presentations in the cloud with Google Drive. Anyone with a Google account can use Slides and Drive for free, and they're also included with a Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) subscription for business and enterprise customers. There are Google Sheets mobile apps for Android and iOS, too.

This guide will help you become familiar with the Google Slides web interface and show you how to start a new presentation, upload a Microsoft PowerPoint file to edit in Google Slides, collaborate with others on your presentation, and finally, present it to others.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 26, 2022

Planned ‘fixes' for credit-card interchange fees will actually make fraud easier
I love it when organizations try and do something good, but don't think things through and end up delivering unintended negative consequences.

Today's case in point: the US Senate and the Federal Reserve, both of whom are looking to reduce high interchange costs, but are unintentionally increasing costs for merchants and sharply boosting the undiscovered fraud rate. Not bad for government work.

Let's start with the Senate, where Sens. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Roger Marshall (R-KS) have crafted The Credit Card Competition Act of 2022. Its stated goal: reduce the interchange fee that financial institutions and card brands (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, etc.) charge retailers. 

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 15, 2022

Canva launches Whiteboards for graphic designers' predesign process
Graphics software provider Canva has announced the launch of Canva Whiteboards, enabling users to workshop, brainstorm and collaborate with colleagues directly inside the Canva platform.

Customers who want to use the new whiteboarding tool need to first open a new Canva Presentation, right-click on a slide, and click "expand to whiteboard." They can then add and react to ideas with the new Whiteboards panel by using stickies, voting graphics, shapes and lines. Users will also have access to Canva's library of 100 million images, videos, audio tracks, which can be added onto a whiteboard.

If a planning session is time sensitive, Canva's new synced timer feature will show users how long the session has been going on. Special alerts let teams know when they have 10 seconds left in a session, and when the time's up.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 12, 2022

ChromeOS: Tips, tools, and other Chromebook intelligence
Google's ChromeOS platform sure has come a long way.

From the early days, when ChromeOS was little more than an experimental "browser in a box," to today — with the platform powering first-class hardware and supporting a diverse range of productivity applications — Google's once-crazy-seeming project has turned into one of the world's most intriguing and rapidly expanding technological forces.

I've been covering ChromeOS closely since the start. I lived with the first Chromebook prototype, the Cr-48, and have used Chromebooks as part of my own personal computing setup in varying capacities ever since. I write about the field not only as someone who's studied it professionally from day 1 but also as someone who has used it personally that entire time, up through today.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 03, 2022

Monday.com launches new CRM tool
Cloud-based work management platform Monday.com is branching out into customer relationship management (CRM) software, with the launch of a fully-customizable Monday Sales CRM.

The launch is the first of five job-specific products to be launched by the software company. Together, they will aim to better support teams working across sales, marketing, software development, and project management.

The new CRM platform has been built on Monday's customizable no-code framework, Work OS, and allows users to manage their sales cycle and unify all customer processes on a single platform.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 01, 2022

What is digital employee experience? A key worker retention tool
As organizations navigate the changes that have come to characterize the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic — including record-breaking numbers of employees leaving their jobs in the Great Resignation — many realize that they are more vulnerable than ever to facing a depleted workforce.

To address this challenge, a growing number of enterprises are deploying digital employee experience (DEX) tools and services to support a modern workforce. Some see DEX as a key to improving workers' satisfaction and therefore retaining them at a time when many are considering job and career changes.

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 26, 2022

PixieBrix: A crafty tool that lets you tailor any website for your team
This wacky ol' World Wide Web of ours has plenty of good things going for it, but customization isn't exactly its core strength.

For the most part, the web is what it is — a take-it-or-leave-it sort of affair. And especially when your business leans on lots of browser-based tools and services, as so many companies do these days, that can really limit how useful and efficient of an experience you and your teammates can have.

That's precisely the problem a startup called PixieBrix set out to solve. PixieBrix lets you take total control of the web and make it work any way you want. That means you can simplify common website interfaces to eliminate distractions and optimize your environment, for one — but even more powerfully, it means you can add elements into websites and turn any standard site into your own custom, company-specific workspace.

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 19, 2022

Q&A: FNA's Carlos León on how digital money can be more efficient and safe
Governments across the globe are exploring or already piloting digital forms of national currencies, which have the potential to enable faster, less expensive retail and corporate transactions — and more secure money transfers.

Central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) can also bolster financial inclusion because customers don't have to have a bank account to hold them; they can instead use encrypted "digital wallets" that exist in the cloud, on a desktop or laptop, or even on USB storage device.

In March, US President Joe Biden issued an executive order calling for more research on developing a national digital currency through the Federal Reserve Bank, or "The Fed." The order highlighted the need for more regulatory oversight of cryptocurrencies, which have been used for nefarious activities such as money laundering. The Fed has been investigating the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) for years. 

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 12, 2022

Word for Microsoft 365 cheat sheet
Word has always been the workhorse app of the Microsoft Office suite. Nearly everyone who uses Office ends up using Word at some point, whether it be for writing memos, typing up agendas, creating reports, crafting business correspondence or any of a thousand other uses.

Microsoft sells Office under two models: Individuals and businesses can pay for the software license up front and own it forever (what the company calls the "perpetual" version of the suite), or they can purchase a Microsoft 365 or Office 365 subscription, which means they have access to the software for only as long as they keep paying the subscription fee.

When you purchase a perpetual version of the suite — say, Office 2019 or Office 2021 — its applications will never get new features, whereas apps in the "365" subscriptions are continually updated with new features. For more details, see our comparison of the two Office models.

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 12, 2022

Word for Microsoft 365 cheat sheet: Ribbon quick reference
This download accompanies our Word for Microsoft 365 cheat sheet. See that article for detailed information on how to get the most out of Word for Microsoft 365/Office 365 in Windows.To read this article in full, please click here

(Insider Story)

Enterprise Application News
Jun 17, 2022

12 handy hidden tricks for Google Calendar on Android
Google Calendar is a core part of the Android productivity package — but if all you're using is what you see on the app's surface, you're missing out on some pretty powerful possibilities.

Yes, oh yes: Just like so many of our modern digital tools, there's more to Google Calendar than meets the eye. And while the majority of the service's advanced options revolve around the Calendar website, the Calendar Android app has its share of handy out-of-sight options that are specific to the mobile experience. From time-saving shortcuts to efficiency-boosting options, they're all things that have the potential to make your life easier in small but significant ways.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 16, 2022

Microsoft launches new AI-powered Viva Sales tool
Microsoft has announced the launch of Viva Sales, a new sales tool that marks the first job-specific module of the company's Viva Insights recommendation tool.

Launched last year, Viva Insights surfaces personalized news, analytics, and knowledge for employees. Jared Spataro, corporate vice president for modern work at Microsoft, said that until now, every module available in Viva has been broadly applicable to every employee in the company. "Viva Sales is the first module that takes a different dimensional tack. It is focused on helping people, specifically salespeople, to get their job done."

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 16, 2022

'Sign in with Apple' comes to the enterprise
Apple introduced "Sign in with Apple" a couple of years ago. Like similar options from Facebook and Google, the feature allows users to sign into apps and websites using their Apple ID rather than creating a unique account for each app or site.

Unlike other options, however, Apple allows users to choose whether their email address and related information is shared with each app/site. If a user chooses not to share this information, Apple will create a separate unique address to present to the app/site and will forward any mail to the user's actual email address.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 01, 2022

Google Workspace vs. Microsoft 365: Which has better management tools?
When you choose a productivity platform like Microsoft 365/Office 365 or Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), the main focus is on the platform's functionality: Does it do the job you need?To read this article in full, please click here

(Insider Story)

Enterprise Application News
May 24, 2022

Adobe tightens Microsoft integration for document management, validation
Adobe is bringing broader integration of its document management, tracking and validation services into Microsoft's product ecosystem, including tighter connections to Teams and the Purview information protection framework.

At Microsoft's annual Build software conference, Adobe announced a new single sign-on option for Acrobat for Teams, integration with Purview from directly within the desktop version of Acrobat, and Microsoft Power Automation functionality that will allow users to make repetitive tasks with Acrobat Sign easier, among other features.

Adobe also announced unified installation technology for all of the newly released features, meaning that IT staff can deploy them across their organizations with relative simplicity, as well as the achievement of FedRAMP Moderate (a government security standard) certification and Sign Graph connectivity, meaning that checking on signature status for things like sales contracts and onboarding is now faster.

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Enterprise Application News
May 06, 2022

6 virtual collaboration solutions for remote teams
So many employers don't yet see that modern employee experiences demand autonomy and flexibility more than they need presence. It's no surprise that since the pandemic struck, technologists have been busily attempting to build collaborative tools to support the distributed hybrid future of work.

Here's a look at some of the virtual collaboration tools available to companies.

Why these tools are important Every survey suggests workers are more willing to find a new job than return to the bad old days of presence-based micro-management. Arguments that returning to the workplace boost collaboration may have some weight, but  much of this relies on old-fashioned email and virtual meetings held from the office, rather than the home.

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Enterprise Application News
May 03, 2022

Enterprise mobility 2022: UEM adds user experience, AI, automation
The past two years have seen mobility management take on a greater importance than ever in the enterprise. As remote and hybrid work models take hold at many organizations, "mobility management" has expanded its meaning from management of mobile devices to management of all devices used by mobile employees, wherever they happen to be working from.

Unified endpoint management (UEM) has become a strategic technology at the center of companies' efforts to control this increasingly complex environment. Essentially combining enterprise mobility management (EMM) tools with PC management tools, UEM platforms help companies manage and protect a range of devices including smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers across multiple operating systems — all from a unified interface.

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 28, 2022

Salesforce extends Flow automations across Mulesoft, Slack and Tableau
The CRM giant is looking to help customers automate workflows and trigger actions across its growing range of applications using Flow.



Flow Actions for Tableau

Finally, Flow Actions will allow Tableau users to launch a new workflow or trigger actions direct from a dashboard when new data is added or a certain threshold is reached.



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Enterprise Application News
Apr 28, 2022

In the new workplace, all we want is a chance to Flow and grow
I was surprised at how well it worked. And while it felt a little like the experience we had in the early days of low-res video chats online, somehow the shared intention of the space helped me keep focus.

I'm talking about Flow Club.

What is Flow Club? People with an interest in office real estate rental have worked hard to convince us that the workplace requires random collaboration at office water coolers. But, what if it doesn't?

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 27, 2022

Enterprise tech? Don't forget to make it human
What if your business tools could help you get things done without getting in the way? That's a question many tech executives ask these days. I spoke with one of them, Boomerang Co-founder and CEO Aye Moah, to get her perspective.

We know the world of work has undergone deep transformation in the last few years. Existing change trends accelerated with COVID-19, which sent people home and also set workers scurrying to identify tech solutions to help them work smarter and better. Boomerang makes some of these.

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 26, 2022

Top 4 mistakes to avoid when purchasing SaaS apps
There are thousands of software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps on the market, all competing to be number one in a particular category. Consequently, organizations often have a difficult time selecting the right SaaS apps for their specific needs — and they make mistakes that can cost them time and money.To read this article in full, please click here

(Insider Story)

Enterprise Application News
Apr 25, 2022

Q&A: The digital dollar — how would it work, what would it do?
Over the past month, various world governments have stepped up efforts to create their own national digital currencies. The efforts are in response to the growing popularity of private sector decentralized digital currencies, such as Bicoin, that exist without the backing of a central bank or commercial banks.

In recent weeks, US President Joe Biden has issued an executive order to investigate how to regulate  cryptocurrencies and speed up research into creating a digital dollar that would be backed by the Federal Reserve Bank and essentially "minted" by the US Treasury. Lawmakers then offered up a bill that would allow the US Treasury to create a digital dollar. And soon after that, the UK ramped up its own efforts to regulate cryptocurrencies and create a non-fungible token backed by the Bank of England.

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 20, 2022

Top 6 e-signature software tools
The COVID-19 pandemic did not just disrupt physical meetings and physical office spaces; workflows that relied on in-person interaction, such as signing documents and contracts, were also highly impacted. Electronic signature (e-signature) software has surged in popularity over the past two years as enterprises looked to modify their signature workflows to support a remote workforce, said Holly Muscolino, group vice president for content strategies and future of work at IDC.

With many companies returning to an in-person office environment or adopting a hybrid workforce approach, where employees work some days in the office and some at home, e-signature vendors are working to convince businesses that they are still relevant. Although the market has slowed down, Muscolino said, "it's still showing healthy growth, because there are still companies who have not adopted this technology. There is still significant room for adoption."

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 14, 2022

How to choose an enterprise search platform
As the amount of data organizations create continues to mushroom, they're all dealing with the same challenge: how to enable their employees to find the answers they need to do their jobs when the information is hidden in different sources, including email servers, databases, network drives, cloud drives, and countless SaaS apps. When workers can't find the information they need to stay productive, the effectiveness of the entire business suffers.

What organizations need are tools that allow workers to search for information across multiple sources inside the enterprise. Enterprise search software does just that, offering a single application that provides total access to all enterprise content — from HR policies and help desk documents to marketing materials and ongoing project discussions — no matter where it resides.

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 07, 2022

Following US moves, UK looks to regulate crypto, create government token
Following efforts by the US and others to address cryptocurrency standards, UK officials this week said they want Britain to lead the world and create their own government-backed digital token for international trade.

"We want this country to be a global hub — the very best place in the world to start and scale crypto-companies," said John Glen, MP and UK Economic Secretary to the Treasury.

Glen's comments came during a keynote speech at the Innovate Finance Global Summit during Fintech Week 2022. He also asserted the UK is the leading European financial technology (Fintech) hub, "second only to the US worldwide."

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 01, 2022

Office 365: A guide to the updates
Office 365 and Microsoft 365 subscribers get more frequent software updates than those who have purchased Office without a subscription, which means subscribers have access to the latest features, security patches, and bug fixes. But it can be hard to keep track of the changes in each update and know when they're available. We're doing this for you, so you don't have to.

Following are summaries of the updates to Office 365/Microsoft 365 for Windows, with the latest releases shown first. We'll add info about new updates as they're rolled out.

Note: This story covers updates released to regular Office 365/Microsoft 365 for Windows subscribers. If you're a member of Microsoft's Office Insider preview program or want to get a sneak peek at upcoming features, see the company's "Release notes for Office for Windows Desktop (Beta builds)" page.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 31, 2022

BCG shows how to use AI the right way
Most artificial intelligence (AI) efforts fail. They don't fail because of the tool, the core software, or bad data. They fail because they don't integrate with business and wind up being more of a hindrance than a help.

This isn't just an AI problem; it's true of most forms of automation. Projects fail because the people building the solution have no clue about the actual goal, the nature and dependencies of their current operations, or even whether those operations are optimized. (In some ways that last one suggests an AI failure might be more beneficial - if you have a bad process in  place, the last thing you want to do is speed it up!)

To achieve success, you first need to fix the process or operation, fully define it, set forth a set of achievable goals for the AI project and staff, and then execute on it. That's why I'm fascinated by BCG, a consultancy that is increasingly focused on AI; its tactics evolved out of efforts to help companies improve operations with a strategic goal in mind.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 22, 2022

iCloud goes down: Live by the service, die by the service
Each time we experience an Apple iCloud, Spotify, Slack, Verizon, Google, Peloton, or any other form of server-based outage, we're reminded that everyone should have multiple layers of backup to maintain data and work to ensure key services still work when servers go down.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 22, 2022

Google Sheets cheat sheet: How to get started
Google Sheets is a powerful spreadsheet app that you use through your web browser. It stores your spreadsheets in the cloud with Google Drive. Anyone with a Google account can use Sheets and Drive for free. Both are also part of Google Workspace  (formerly G Suite), Google's subscription office suite for business and enterprise customers.

This guide will teach you how to start a new spreadsheet in Sheets or upload one you already have stored on your PC, including a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. It also goes over the basic interface and unique features of Sheets, such as how to share your spreadsheets and collaborate on them with others.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 16, 2022

Slack's iPad app gets a desktop-like makeover
Slack is updating its iPad app, with a refreshed layout which more closely resembles its desktop experience.

The updates to the iPad app include a refreshed sidebar that keeps channels organized and easy to navigate. Sections are now collapsible, allowing users to hide groups of channels and focus on just the most relevant conversations, while section preferences can be synced with the desktop version, keeping the sidebar consistent when users switch between devices.

Usernames in direct messages now feature avatars, making them easier to scan, and channel activity can now be sorted by recency, so team updates can be reviewed more quickly.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 10, 2022

Q&A: Your company's been bought — here's how to keep your IT career on track
Global mergers and acquisitions (M&As) last year surpassed pre-pandemic levels and nearly matched the previous record years of 2007 and 2015, according to professional services firm KPMG. This year, they're poised to climb higher.

A KPMG survey of more than 350 US business indicated that mergers are on the rise because of easy access to capital, low interest rates, and a recovering global economy.

KPMG The number of global mergers and acquisitions could climb higher this year than in 2021.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 07, 2022

Russia is likely using cryptocurrency to thwart sanctions
US and European sanctions over the past week and a half have put the screws to the Russian government and its oligarchs who are likely using alternative methods to ferry their cash across borders.

"We do believe it is very likely that Russian companies and nationals are trying to use crypto assets like Bitcoin or the US Dollar-pegged stablecoin, such as Tether (USDT), to circumvent the economic sanctions," said Josh Olszewicz, head of research at Valkyrie Funds, a digital asset investment manager.

Stablecoins are tied to fiat or cash-backed by central banks, while Bitcoin and other non-stablecoin digital currencies derives value from supply and demand and otherwise have no intrinsic value. Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are digital tokens tied to assets other than cash, but those "assets" can also be as valuable as art and real estate or as meaningless as a random photograph or stuffed animal. 

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 03, 2022

SAP and Oracle suspend business in Russia
In the wake of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine, SAP and Oracle have both announced that they are suspending all business operations in Russia.

The decision from the two major IT vendors came in the wake of a request from Ukrainian Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov, who posted letters he'd written to both companies on Twitter yesterday.

In his letter to Oracle, Fedorov wrote: "The IT industry always supports values of responsibility and democracy…now, more than ever, people's lives depend on your choice."

Oracle replied to the tweet, stating that on behalf of the people of Ukraine and its elected government, the company has "suspended all operations in the Russian Federation". However, the company has not provided any further comment on the situation since the tweet was posted.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 02, 2022

Slack addition boosts Salesforce revenue forecast to $32B
Salesforce exceeded all expectations with its fourth quarter 2022 financial results on Tuesday, boasting that its recent acquisition of enterprise messaging platform Slack can help the CRM giant reach $32 billion in revenue next year.

Since its $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack in 2020, Salesforce has continued to benefit financially from the ongoing popularity of the messaging platform. This is a trend that looks set to continue, as organizations across the globe continue to have conversations about facilitating hybrid and remote work models.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 24, 2022

How Volvo put Apple Watch at the center of its services vision
Volvo has unleashed a big improvement in customer satisfaction after equipping its 1,500 service engineers with an Apple Watch to use during their day. What, on the face of it, seems a small change reflects extensive cultural change across the company, which is actively engaged in digital transformation across its business.

What can an Apple Watch do for car servicing? Volvo has equipped its engineers (Personal Service Technicians) with an Apple Watch and iPhone (running the Volvo Service app) to help them work more efficiently than before. The company's primary focus is to improve customer service, as it recognizes that technicians are the main point of customer contact across the life of the Volvo they drive.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 23, 2022

Slack vs. Teams: Which is best for your business?
Chat-based collaboration software is a must-have in today's business environment, with Slack and Microsoft Teams the two leading options for the enterprise. The stakes couldn't be higher — the pandemic made clear that remote work and collaboration are the future of business.

Slack, which went public back in 2019, was bought by enterprise software giant Salesforce in July 2021 for $27.7 billion. Until the acquisition, it wasn't clear that Slack could survive against behemoth Microsoft, which has a gazillion revenue streams to rely upon and is giving Teams away for free in most Office 365 and Microsoft 365 plans. But now that Slack has sugar daddy Salesforce behind it, with a valuation north of $200 billion and annual income of more than $20 billion, it can better compete.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 07, 2022

5 innovative Belgian fintech companies to watch
AI, automation and big data analytics are key themes for Belgian fintech, as innovative companies look to solve common problems in the financial services sector.

Fintech is, broadly, technology that is applied to financial services or the management of transaction operations within businesses. Cloud-based applications that cut costs, streamline work-flow, and visualise data for users are in high demand, says Dave Remue, head of fintech at KPMG Belgium.

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Enterprise Application News
Jan 24, 2022

CFOs eye tech investments to attract, retain talent with AI/ML skills
Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) are apparently eager to invest in technology to help attract — and keep — finance talent and workers with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML) skills, according to a new survey.

Financial services and human resources software vendor Workday last week released its latest Global CFO Indicator Survey, which indicates that nearly half (48%) of CFOs plan to invest in consumer-like interfaces to attract future finance talent within the next five years — and 57% say they now want AI and ML skills in new hires. 

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Enterprise Application News
Jan 12, 2022

5 new Chrome OS features you should find right now
Android may be Google's highest profile platform, but Chrome OS is arguably the place where the fastest and most exciting progress tends to go down these days.

Every year as of late, we see leaps and bounds being made in how Chromebooks work and what they're capable of doing — the types of programs they're able to run, the kinds of advantages they're able to offer, and the interesting ways they're able to interact with Android to create a more connected and cohesive-feeling Google ecosystem experience.

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Enterprise Application News
Jan 10, 2022

How to choose a SaaS management platform
The flood of remote workers at the start of the global pandemic in early 2020 had companies scrambling to find new software for communicating and collaborating with remote workers. Many turned to software-as-a-service (SaaS) options.

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Jan 06, 2022

The rise of digital bosses: They can hire you — and fire you
The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) has exploded just as managers and executives are adapting to hybrid work environments and struggling to oversee remote employees.

A recent report from research firm IDC predicts that by 2024, 80% of Global 2000 companies will use AI/ML-enabled "Digital Managers" to hire, fire, and train workers in jobs measured by continuous improvement — but only one in five companies will get any real value from the move without human engagement.

The ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has forced many companies to adopt new work models, ranging from fully remote to "hybrid" approaches where individuals and teams work at or across multiple digital and physical locations.

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Enterprise Application News
Jan 05, 2022

How Gmail filters can help organize your inbox
Gmail's filled with hidden features and add-on possibilities, but one of the service's most powerful organizational tools is sitting right in the heart of its regular settings.

As you may have guessed by now (especially if you read this story's headline, you clever little cat), I'm talking about filters — Gmail's long-standing system for automating your inbox with a series of custom-crafted rules. At a glance, filters can seem complicated. They can seem overwhelming. They can even seem unnecessary.

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Enterprise Application News
Nov 03, 2021

50 Chromebook tips for maximum productivity
Chromebooks may be all about simplicity, but don't be fooled: Beneath their intuitive outer layer lies a web of advanced options. And you don't have to be a power user to embrace it.

Make your way through this massive collection of next-level tips, and you'll be zipping around Chrome OS like a pro in no time.

Getting around Chrome OS1. The Chrome OS launcher — the drawer-like interface that appears when you tap the Everything key (a.k.a. the Search key or Launcher key) or when you hit the circle icon in the lower-left corner of the screen — is actually a powerful universal search tool. Just start typing as soon as it appears, and you can find and open apps, pull up websites, and even get answers to specific questions right then and there — no clicking or digging required.

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Oct 27, 2021

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Enterprise Application News
Oct 27, 2021

Q&A: Cisco's Jeetu Patel on Apple, Webex, and the hybrid enterprise
Cisco's Webex One event takes place this week, with the company introducing a much-improved version of Webex for iPad. I wanted to find out more about the Apple/Cisco partnership and the company's thoughts around the emerging hybrid workplace, so I reached out to Jeetu Patel, general manager and executive vice president, Cisco security and collaboration for more information.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 29, 2021

Gmail vs. Outlook: Which works better for business?
Some people will tell you that social media, chat platforms, and videoconferencing have replaced email as the most important means of communication in the workplace. Don't believe them. Email remains the lifeblood of business and will do so into the foreseeable future.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 24, 2021

10 top file-sharing services: Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, and more
Back in the pre-cloud days, sharing files involved using file transfer protocol applications or else copying files to a disc and then mailing it or walking it over to a colleague (affectionately known as ‘sneakernet'). Emails could also be sent (and many people still use email as their main "file-sharing" option), but size limits on attachments and security concerns discouraged this practice.

Today's world of file sharing offers nearly endless options. Giants like Dropbox, Box, Google, Microsoft, and Apple, as well as smaller companies like MediaFire and Tresorit, all offer online cloud storage options that include file sharing, synchronization across multiple devices, and collaboration features. Once you have uploaded a file to one of these services, file-sharing is as easy as clicking a "share" button and then sending the link to a colleague via email. While most offer desktop and mobile applications, users can also upload, store, sync, and share files via a web browser.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 13, 2021

Fast forward: What's coming in future Chrome updates?
When Chrome changes, people pay attention — not only because Chrome is the world's most popular browser, but also because its underlying technologies, and the decisions that go into making those technologies, power a host of rivals, notably Microsoft's Edge.

Each Chrome upgrade is accompanied by enterprise-centric release notes that highlight some of the additions, deletions, enhancements, and modifications slated for the future. We've collected the most important for this update of Computerworld's latest what's-coming round-up.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 10, 2021

Chrome OS: Tips, tools, and other Chromebook intelligence
Google's Chrome OS platform sure has come a long way.

From the early days, when Chrome OS was little more than an experimental "browser in a box," to today — with the platform powering first-class hardware and supporting a diverse range of productivity applications — Google's once-crazy-seeming project has turned into one of the world's most intriguing and rapidly expanding technological forces.

I've been covering Chrome OS closely since the start. I lived with the first Chromebook prototype, the Cr-48, and have used Chromebooks as part of my own personal computing setup in varying capacities ever since. I write about the field not only as someone who's studied it professionally from day 1 but also as someone who has used it personally that entire time, up through today.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 08, 2021

Smartsheet: A spreadsheet-based tool for easy project management
Smartsheet is a flexible spreadsheet-centric work management tool designed to track team projects. Launched in 2006, it has 9 million users (almost 1 million of them paid users) and is deployed by nearly 100,000 companies, ranging from Google and Netflix to the US General Services Administration.

Its success stems from its ability to appeal to a wide range of business users, specifically project managers, according to Chris Marsh, research director at 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. For Bellevue, Wash.-based Smartsheet, this means combining a familiar spreadsheet format with richer work management and collaboration capabilities.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 08, 2021

Smartsheet: A spreadsheet-based tool for simple project management
Smartsheet is a flexible spreadsheet-centric work management tool designed to track team projects. Launched in 2006, it has 8 million users (almost 1 million of them paid users) and is deployed by nearly 100,000 companies, ranging from Google and Netflix to the US General Services Administration.

Its success stems from its ability to appeal to a wide range of business users, specifically project managers, according to Chris Marsh, research director at 451 Research, part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. For Bellevue, Wash.-based Smartsheet, this means combining a familiar spreadsheet format with richer work management and collaboration capabilities.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 06, 2021

4 quick tips for Cortana in Windows 10
Microsoft's digital assistant Cortana was one of the major additions to Windows 10 when it first came out. But it was launched back in December 2015, and it's changed quite a bit since then. Over the years, it's had new features added, and then others taken away. Depending on which version of Windows you're using, it may be integrated directly into the Windows Search box, or run as an entirely separate app.

No matter which version you use, though, it's a very useful tool and can do a lot for you, including alerting you to upcoming meetings; searching your PC and the web; telling you about the weather, news, and sports; and a lot more. To help you get the most out of Cortana, I've put together some of my favorite tips for using it — including using Cortana to manage your Google Calendar and to send you reminders.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 02, 2021

How to go incognito in Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari
Private browsing. Incognito. Privacy mode.

Web browser functions like those trace their roots back more than a decade, and the feature — first found in a top browser in 2005 — spread quickly as one copied another, made tweaks and minor improvements.

Protect Your Privacy Online privacy: Best browsers, settings, and tips How to protect your privacy in Windows 10 How to stay as private as possible on the Mac The ultimate guide to privacy on Android How to stay as private as possible on Apple's iPad and iPhone But privacy-promising labels can be treacherous. Simply put, going "incognito" is as effective in guarding online privacy as witchcraft is in warding off a common cold.

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Enterprise Application News
Sep 02, 2021

How to go incognito in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari
Private browsing. Incognito. Privacy mode.

Web browser functions like those trace their roots back more than a decade, and the feature — first found in a top browser in 2005 — spread quickly as one copied another, made tweaks and minor improvements.

Protect Your Privacy Online privacy: Best browsers, settings, and tips How to protect your privacy in Windows 10 How to stay as private as possible on the Mac The ultimate guide to privacy on Android How to stay as private as possible on Apple's iPad and iPhone But privacy-promising labels can be treacherous. Simply put, going "incognito" is as effective in guarding online privacy as witchcraft is in warding off a common cold.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 26, 2021

What is Trello? A guide to Atlassian's collaboration and work management tool
Trello is a collaborative work management app designed to track team projects, highlight tasks underway, shoe who they are assigned to, and detail progress towards completion.

At its core, Trello relies on the principles of Kanban project boards to visualize workflows, providing managers and team members with a simple overview of a project from start to finish.

Trello's key components are boards, lists, and cards.

Boards are the starting point, and typically focus on an over-arching project such as launching a new website, or process-based tasks, such as on-boarding an employee. Within each board, several lists can be created to indicate the progress of a project; "to do," "in progress," and "done" lists are common examples. Individual cards within the lists hold information on a specific task and can be moved from list to list as needed (such as when a task is completed).

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 25, 2021

Chromebook cheat sheet: How to get started
The beauty of Chrome OS today is its versatility: The operating system supports a huge range of applications in a variety of different formats — web apps, progressive web apps, native Chrome OS programs and Chrome browser extensions, Android apps, Linux apps, and sometimes even Windows apps (gracious!).

That's enough to make anyone's head spin. As a result of that platform-defying setup, though, Chromebooks can now handle all sorts of advanced productivity tasks and are viable far beyond their original web-centric focus, when the concept was quite literally just a "browser in a box" — a full-screen Chrome window with no desktop, nothing resembling a traditional app, and next to no options to consider.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 19, 2021

Facebook promises immersive VR meetings with Horizon Workrooms
Facebook on Thursday unveiled its vision to make remote meetings more immersive with the introduction of Horizon Workrooms, a virtual reality app for team collaboration. But convincing employees to put on VR headsets for conference meetings — or companies to buy the hardware in the first place — could be a tough sell, say analysts.

Facebook introduced Horizon, its virtual reality social space accessed via Oculus VR headsets, last year, though it remains in private beta. This latest iteration, Horizon Workrooms, is aimed squarely at replicating conference room meetings however, with colleagues represented as animated avatars.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 19, 2021

Apple shows its enterprise credentials with business accelerator choices
For enterprise users, one thing that may be significant about the businesses Apple is supporting under the umbrella of its Racial Equity and Justice Initiative is just how many of these organizations are offering business-focused tools for enterprise pros. These businesses, owned by Black and Brown entrepreneurs, have been given support from Apple's Business Accelerator scheme.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 18, 2021

Salesforce unveils its first Slack integrations post-acquisition
Salesforce has offered up a first glimpse of plans to integrate Slack into its products following the completion of its $27.7 billion acquisition last month.

Salesforce said on Monday  that Slack will be integrated into the Customer 360 platform in several ways to help connect sales, marketing, and service staff more effectively — both internally and cross-company.  

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 16, 2021

Google Docs cheat sheet: How to get started
Google Docs is a powerful word processor that you use through your web browser. It's integrated with Google Drive to store your documents in the cloud. Anyone with a Google account can use Google Docs for free. It's also available with Google Workspace — Google's subscription-based online collection of office apps that also includes Gmail, Google Slides, Google Sheets, and more. There are Google Docs mobile apps for Android and iOS, too.

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Enterprise Application News
Aug 12, 2021

How to choose desk booking software for the hybrid workplace
With COVID-19 vaccination programs underway, many companies are hoping to reopen their offices in the not-too-distant future. Most are looking to a hybrid work model, where employees split their time between working in the office and working at home. Although office reopenings may be put on hold as cases surge throughout the U.S. and elsewhere, it's not too soon to begin making plans for a safe return for employees.

The office that workers return to will look quite different as companies reconfigure their office space to support safety guidelines around social distancing, cleaning and disinfection, and capacity limits. The concept that an employee has a permanent desk or office goes out the window if that employee only works in the office two to three times a week, or if the number of workers exceeds the number of available workspaces. To manage this, companies are turning desks and cubicles into common workspaces that anyone in the company can reserve for the day.

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Aug 02, 2021

3 solid project management apps for iOS and Mac
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Enterprise Application News
Jul 15, 2021

Microsoft Teams users get license-free access to Dynamics 365 data
Microsoft Teams users can now access Dynamics 365 data without the need for licenses for the CRM platform.

Microsoft has already moved in recent months to deepen ties between Dynamics 365 and the team collaboration app; in March, the company added the ability to embed Teams chat into the Dynamics 365 app, while improving access to data from within Teams.

At its Inspire event this week, Microsoft announced that all Teams users will now have access to Dynamics data from within the collaboration app, regardless of whether they have a Dynamics 365 license. Admins will be able to set permission and access rules to restrict access to customer records.

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 09, 2021

Livestorm goes beyond video conferencing with a powerful video engagement platform
Over the past year, people and companies alike have become more comfortable than ever doing everything virtually. Between video meetings, job interviews, touch bases, webinars, events, family gatherings, and more, our personal and professional lives have become more virtual.

But comfort does not necessarily equal contentedness. For businesses, collaborating and connecting via video is still far less effective than working in person. That's because most videoconferencing tools aren't made for collaboration; they're only made for conversation. If you want your business to thrive while working remotely, consider a powerful video engagement platform like Livestorm.

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Enterprise Application News
Jul 09, 2021

Clariti is one collaboration tool to rule them all
Somehow, in the information age, information seems harder than ever to come by. Teams — especially remote ones — tend to work in silos, with collaboration made more difficult by every team within an organization doing things a little bit differently. It doesn't matter how big an organization is; a symptom of growth is almost always information becoming more disparate and harder to come by for people who don't constantly need it.

There are plenty of communication, collaboration, and cloud storage tools on the market, but each serves an individual need rather than a holistic one. Then there's Clariti, which brings all of these functions under one roof. 

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 28, 2021

Review: 6 top videoconferencing services put to the test
Fifteen months after the US and Europe went into lockdown for the first time, many office-based employees have still not returned to their pre-pandemic workplaces. During that time, videoconferencing apps have continued to see an unprecedented — and unsurprising — level of popularity. And as conversations about what the workplace of the future might look like gather steam, organizations are increasingly looking to firm up their collaboration technology stack to support a shift to hybrid work.

Since we first reviewed the major videoconferencing platforms last year, Zoom has posted its 2021 first quarter total revenue at $956.2 million, up 191% year over year; Microsoft Teams has 145 million daily active users, up from 75 million last year; and Cisco Webex has rolled out more than 400 new capabilities since September.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 24, 2021

The best progressive web apps for productivity
Say the phrase "progressive web app" to most people — including tech-savvy professionals — and you're bound to be met with a consistent reaction: the classic blank stare, probably followed by a period of awkward silence.

Progressive web apps  — or PWAs, as they're often called — are one of the most promising app-related advancements of the past several years, but they're still relatively uncommon, completely confusing, and consequently quite misunderstood. Part of that is an issue of branding: Plain and simple, "progressive web app" is a dreadfully clunky name that seems more intended for developers than the general public.

Part of it is consistency, as the capabilities of PWAs vary wildly from one program to the next. And part of it is presentation, as the method for finding and installing PWAs is anything but obvious, and there's no great centralized storefront for browsing through available options or assessing their quality.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 15, 2021

Enterprise mobility 2021: UEM becomes key to the hybrid workplace
The push toward unified endpoint management (UEM), a technology strategy that emerged a few years ago and became especially vital during the COVID-19 pandemic and shift to remote work, will likely play a major role in the coming months. Many workers have begun returning to their employers' offices at least part of the time, and a new, hybrid work model is emerging post-pandemic.

2020: In a pandemic, UEM to the rescue2019: Dawning of the age of UEM2018: UEM is the next step2017: EMM suites go beyond MDM, add sophisticated capabilities2016: Mobile management takes on apps, content2015: Mobile device management broadensTo read this article in full, please click here

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 08, 2021

Gmail for business: The best tips, time-savers, and advanced advice
Warning: If you're still using your inbox in its out-of-the-box state, you're almost certainly missing out on some promising possibilities.

Gmail has the potential to be a finely tuned, thoroughly polished framework for email-handling efficiency. The service is practically overflowing with helpful features and interface-enhancing opportunities. But by default, many of its best options and arrangements aren't activated or available — or always even easy to find.

It doesn't take much to change that, though — and to turn Gmail from a mess of untapped potential into a thoughtfully refined home for your business email needs. Check out my in-depth business user's guide to Gmail for a complete overview of how the service works and then browse through the more specific sets of tips below for even more advanced knowledge.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 04, 2021

Chewy Has Revolutionized Pet Care Customer Service
At the peak of the pandemic, pet shelters couldn't keep up with the demand of aspiring pet owners. But while it's great that so many people want to adopt, pet care is not something to jump into lightly. There are myriad challenges to adding a pet to your household, and with a job, a family, and a personal life to attend to, not everyone is fully prepared for all the work that comes with taking care of a pet. Fortunately, you're not alone.

The Pet Experts at Chewy have gone above and beyond opening a pet marketplace to become an invaluable resource for first-time and experienced pet owners alike. The people behind Chewy view pets (and pet parents) as family and are hopelessly devoted to providing the absolute best customer experience through every interaction.

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Enterprise Application News
Jun 03, 2021

A guide to getting first-party data from your customers
With the recent rise in data privacy, it's only going to become more difficult for marketers to get the info they need for successful targeting and segmenting. The EU's introduction of GDPR brought this topic to the mainstream several years ago, and since then all eyes have been on data - how it's acquired, used, shared, and whether or not consumers have enough of a say in the matter. Fast forward a few years and now we're seeing major players permanently change the way companies get info from everyday users. 

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Enterprise Application News
May 27, 2021

Capital One Shopping helps you save money and time online
  Shopping and saving in the digital age People spend plenty of money shopping online these days. According to one estimate from Digital Commerce 360, Americans spent $861 billion online in 2020, up an incredible 44 percent from 2019. Obviously, the pandemic played a significant role in this increase since it forced many people to stay home and shop online instead of in person. Yet, e-commerce sales were already rising steadily before the pandemic, indicating an ongoing change in shopping behavior that reflects a growing preference for or dependence on online shopping. 

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Enterprise Application News
May 27, 2021

Keep your business aligned remotely with Cloud ERP solutions
The past year has presented businesses of all sizes with a series of new challenges. Interrupted supply chains, stunted demand, and, most importantly, fully remote workforces compelled businesses to get more creative than ever to stay productive and in the black. Many are still struggling.

If your business is navigating outdated technology and siloed information and access that makes it difficult for your workforce to thrive, a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution can be a huge help.

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Enterprise Application News
May 26, 2021

Clearcover makes switching car insurance an absolute breeze
As you already know, digital transformation plays a necessary role in disrupting traditional ways of doing business. It also creates value for companies and customers alike. After all, many brands would rather invest more of their resources into delivering quality products and services than deal with the inefficiencies typical of analog business practices. Much in the same way, customers enjoy purchasing essential products and services as conveniently as imaginable whenever possible. Consumers today, especially the tech-savvy ones, know that a digital-only company innovates when it comes to business, making the prospect of saving money and time realistic when going through the purchasing process. 

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Enterprise Application News
May 19, 2021

Windows 10 version 21H1: Key enterprise features
Microsoft recently announced the availability of Windows 10 version 21H1, known as the May 2021 Update. Breaking with the major-minor cadence established for Windows 10 feature updates over the past few years, with a major release in the spring and a minor one in the fall, the May 2021 Update offers only a handful of minor changes.

Windows 10 November 2019 Update (version 1909)Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809)Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803)Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (version 1709)To read this article in full, please click here

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Enterprise Application News
May 14, 2021

V2 Cloud is the simplest cloud desktop for a distributed workforce
According to Gallup, nearly two-thirds of U.S. workers who have been working remotely during the pandemic would like to continue to do so. To break that down a bit further, 35 percent of remote workers would simply prefer to continue working remotely, while 30 percent want to work away from the office because of a concern about COVID-19. So, as you most likely already knew, the challenges of operating a distributed workforce and supporting a small business infrastructure — all via the connective power of computers and the Internet — is a workplace dynamic that doesn't look to phase out anytime soon. And this new normal will affect various roles within organizations and a range of companies differently.

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 19, 2021

Rethinking collaboration: 8 vendors offer new paths to remote work
Keeping employees connected and working productively has become the glue holding many businesses together during the COVID-19 pandemic. And with social distancing ruling out face-to-face meetings anytime soon, the need for new digital tools to help teams collaborate better has soared.To read this article in full, please click here

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Enterprise Application News
Apr 06, 2021

A 3-yr subscription to ITU Online is 50% off this week
Technology advances quickly. That's why IT professionals devote time and money towards their own development every year. Training opportunities, however, are expensive. And the costs are trending upwards. So how do you add to your skills without incurring a crushing debt load? You get a three-year subscription to ITU Online All Access instead, which is being offered right now at half price.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 24, 2021

With a .design domain from Porkbun, you can build the online portfolio of your dreams
For professional designers, the Internet provides a dynamic platform to showcase your artistry. Whether you're a UX designer pushing the limits of app design, an illustrator filling a digital canvas with countless pixels, or even designing brand identities for products and companies, a website provides you with a sharable, virtual gallery where you can display  your portfolio as long as you like. 

Because of the portfolio's importance, designers are looking for new ways to distinguish their work online. The latest development is to elevate your portfolio's URL by using a .design domain rather than a classic .com. 

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 24, 2021

How to use Google Drive for collaboration
You may think of Google Drive mostly as a cloud storage service, but it also includes a suite of online office apps: Google Docs (word processor), Google Sheets (spreadsheet app), and Google Slides (presentation app). You can use them to collaborate with colleagues on a document, spreadsheet, or presentation in real time or asynchronously. These apps can also be used to import, export, and natively edit Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word documents.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 23, 2021

Here's why Livestorm is a better video conferencing option for business
People are embracing video conferencing tech as a viable alternative to in-person, face-to-face interaction. And the technology is advancing quickly as a result. Livestorm, for instance, is a solution that doesn't require users to download anything or possess any technical skill, which is something that sets it apart from the pack.

Livestorm is a popular option for businesses that don't want to waste time. In fact, when you consider all the different ways Livestorm helps managers connect with remote staff and engage with clients, it's easy to see why they're the favored choice: More than 4,000 companies use them right now and they've received an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 through 300 customer reviews.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 17, 2021

Microsoft provides Exchange Server defensive tool to help SMBs stymie zero-day attacks
Microsoft Tuesday issued instructions and a one-click tool to small businesses with on-premises Exchange servers to patch the vulnerability first disclosed by the company March 2, and which criminals have been using to spy on victims' communications as well as gain access to other parts of their networks.

"We realized that there was a need for a simple, easy to use, automated solution that would meet the needs of customers using both current and out-of-support versions of on-premises Exchange Server," Microsoft said in a post to a company blog attributed to the MSRC (Microsoft Security Research Center) Team.

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 15, 2021

Windows 10's Remote Desktop options explained
Ever need to access a computer remotely? It's easy to do in Windows 10, but Microsoft has provided a few different ways to get there.To read this article in full, please click here

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Enterprise Application News
Mar 03, 2021

This QuickBooks certification training bundle is just $35
Ask almost anyone: As far as accounting software goes, nothing beats QuickBooks. The only problem with it is that it's not exactly user-friendly right out of the gate. That's why we're offering The Complete QuickBooks Desktop 2021 Certification Bundle, discounted by over 90 percent, to help get you up to speed fast.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 25, 2021

16 technology winners and losers, post-COVID
The coronavirus crisis has shaken up business as usual, with some IT strategies and tools rising to the occasion and others in line for a rethink or tough recovery post-pandemic.(Insider Story)

Enterprise Application News
Feb 10, 2021

Microsoft cheat sheets: Dive into Windows and Office apps
Need to get up to speed on the latest features in Excel? Wrestling with an old version of Word? Looking to get more out of Windows 10? Computerworld's cheat sheets are easy-to-use guides to help you navigate Microsoft's core productivity apps.

Here's a one-stop resource where you can find in-depth stories on several generations of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook for Windows, focusing on what's new in each major release. We've also got guides for Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneNote, Planner, and Windows itself.

Microsoft's subscription-based office suite, called Office 365 or Microsoft 365 depending on your version, is continually updated with new features, and the company's latest non-subscription office suite is Office 2019. We've got cheat sheets for all those products, but we're willing to bet that many companies and individuals will stay on older versions of the standalone software for some time to come. We've got you covered here.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 04, 2021

Microsoft unveils Viva, its employee-experience platform for Teams
Microsoft today unveiled its employee-experience platform, Viva, which the company calls a digital "gateway" for employees to access relevant news, learning, analytics, and knowledge within their organization.

Four Viva "modules" — Connections, Insights, Learning and Topics — will become available in Teams on a staggered basis over the next few months, Microsoft said, leveraging existing capabilities within the Microsoft 365 portfolio, including SharePoint and analytics tools.

The platform is also designed to provide managers and leaders better insights into the well-being and performance of workers, the company said.

[ Related: When work-from-home means the boss is watching ] "Today we are bringing together collaboration, learning and well-being, in order to create a complete new product category: [the] employee experience platform or EXP," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a pre-recorded briefing ahead of the announcement.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 02, 2021

AWS chief Andy Jassy gets top job at Amazon as CEO Bezos steps down
The surprise announcement that Jeff Bezos will leave later this year and hand over the reins to AWS leader Andy Jassy marks a remarkable rise for Jassy. He began as a marketing manager in 1997 and started AWS in 2003.

Enterprise Application News
Feb 02, 2021

How to rent a virtual M1 Mac mini for 12 cents an hour
In yet another signal of the extent to which the needs of enterprise users have changed, French company Scaleway has launched a service providing access to M1 Mac mini systems in the cloud.

Apple Silicon Mac-as-a-service s Scaleway has an extensive history offering up ARM Bare Metal as-a-service. Now, it is offering access to an M1 Mac mini in the cloud for as little as 12 cents per hour, though the minimum lease is 24 hours. It's the dawn of Apple Silicon-as-a-service, and narrowly beats AWS to the punch; Amazon has previously announced plans to introduce M1-as-a-service.

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Enterprise Application News
Feb 02, 2021

Got Gboard? 12 hidden shortcuts for faster Android typing
If there's one app you rely on more than any other on your phone, it's probably the app that controls your on-screen keyboard.

It's a funny sort of realization, I realize — 'cause a keyboard isn't typically something you even think about opening in any traditional sense. I mean, heck, keyboard apps don't even usually have icons in the Android app drawer! They're practically invisible, at least in terms of the way we tend to think about apps.

But every time you tap out text into your device, you'd better believe it's the keyboard app you're using. And you'd better believe there's more to your phone's keyboard than what you see on the surface.

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Feb 01, 2021

Is it time to install Microsoft's January updates? (Yes.)
Some people can't wait for a new version of Windows 10. They sign up for insider editions and eagerly watch for the next release.

I'm exactly the opposite of that.

I wait and make sure the version of Windows 10 that I'm using is fully compatible with my applications and I have time to deal with any side effects. My philosophy with security updates is the same; I don't install them right away. (Though I do install them every month without fail.) If you haven't yet installed the January updates, do so as soon as possible.

The major update that I warned about last month was KB4535680, which was offered up to Windows Server 2012 x64-bit; Windows Server 2012 R2 x64-bit; Windows 8.1 x64-bit; Windows Server 2016 x64-bit; Windows Server 2019 x64-bit; Windows 10, version 1607 x64-bit; Windows 10; version 1803 x64-bit; Windows 10, version 1809 x64-bit; and Windows 10, version 1909 x64-bit systems.

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Feb 01, 2021

How to handle Windows 10 updates
Confused about how updates work in Windows 10? Join the club. Over the years, Microsoft has transformed what was once a straightforward procedure into an ever-changing, often complicated process that varies according to whether you have Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, or an enterprise or education edition — and that varies according to the specific version number of the operating system. As a result, there have been lots of misperceptions about how Windows Update works in Windows 10, and how to best use it.

With this article, we hope to make things clearer for you. We've delved deep into Windows Update and come up with answers to users' most pressing questions: whether you have to accept all updates, whether you can uninstall existing updates, and how to reduce the bandwidth some updates use. We've also included some extras, like how to stop all updates if you want.

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