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  • How-Tos: Gmail mass email tips: Avoid the spammy look with the personalized touch

    Gmail contact groups are great for sending a single email message to a specific set of people, but what if you want to give each email a personal touch, such as with a newsletter or promotional offer? Unlike Microsoft Office, Google's productivity suite doesn't have a native mail-merge feature you can leverage to do this. But don't sweat it: With a little help from Google Sheets and a free downloadable script, you can personalize bulk email messages in Gmail in minutes.

  • How-Tos: How to track changes in Microsoft Word without going insane

    If you've ever opened a document that had more strikeouts than a beer-league ballplayer, you're familiar with Microsoft Word's "track changes" feature. It's one of the most useful tools for collaboration, but in practice a marked-up document can quickly overwhelm with its tangle of additions, deletions, and comments all displayed in multiple colors--one for each contributor. It's enough to make you want to put a big red "X" on the whole thing.

  • How-Tos: Best Gmail tips to manage your email

    Here are 6 Gmail tips to manage your email better including using the full power of the search box, learning shortcuts and filtering emails into different inboxes.

  • How-Tos: How to get the best performance out of Salesforce and other SaaS apps

  • How-Tos: How to assess the security of SaaS applications

  • How-Tos: How to stay ahead of threats to DNS servers

  • How-Tos: How to Use Ebooks to Improve Your Content Marketing Strategy

    "Thin" online content, such as low-quality guest blog posts, is out this year, thanks to the various Google algorithm updates of the past few years. Experts suggest that in 2015 and beyond, it will be all about "fat" content -- such as ebooks.

  • How-Tos: You don't need to back up Windows to the cloud

    Carbonite user Bruce Greenan was disappointed to discover that the online service's Mirror Image backup option saves to an external drive rather than the cloud. He imagines a scenario where "my external image drive is in the burning house with my laptop," and he loses both.

  • How-Tos: How to use cloud storage's hidden, helpful power tool: Robust file version histories

    Cloud syncing services earn their keep by letting access your files from anywhere and with any device, but did you also know they can be lifesavers for people who stick to a single PC?

  • How-Tos: This is not spam: How to create bulk emails in Microsoft Outlook 2013

    You're not a spammer. You're someone who needs to communicate with a large list of clients or subscribers. Plenty of services promise to simplify bulk emails for your email marketing campaign, but the best solution might be a tool you're already using every day.

  • How-Tos: How to get more customers to your online store

    If you have a small business selling products or services online, a website alone isn't enough. How do you promote it? How can you ensure you appear in search results? Does it work on smartphones? Here we offer our top tips on making sure you're not missing out on customers.

  • How-Tos: Free up space on your hard drive using your cloud storage's selective sync option

    Running out of hard drive space on your PC used to be a problem. It usually meant you had to get a new PC, or offload some files onto an external hard disk, or upgrade your internal drive. All three options were pretty much a pain.

  • How-Tos: Don't throw it out! 5 handy uses for a secondary PC

    With Black Friday and Cyber Monday past us, the holiday shopping season is now in full swing, and many people are pondering a new PC purchase. Whether you're getting a new tower for gaming or an ultraportable to tote around at meetings, don't throw out your old PC!

  • How-Tos: 3 Ways to Use Social Media to Recruit Better Tech Talent

    A whopping 93 percent of the 1,855 recruiting pros surveyed in Jobvite's 2014 Social Recruiting Survey use or plan to use social media in their recruiting efforts.

  • How-Tos: 13 insider tips for acing your job interview

    If you're an IT pro, chances the job interview is at -- or very near -- the top of your list of personal hells. Why not? Tech job interviews can be grueling experiences, rife with esoteric puzzles, uncomfortable pauses, landmine questions, and the aching underlying feeling that maybe you don't belong.

  • How-Tos: How to skip the Black Friday crowds and still find great deals online

    Sometimes the biggest pain with a new PC is simply buying it, especially if you're eyeing one of those Black Friday deals set to go live next week. Thanksgiving weekend can be a great time for deals, but it's also notorious for massive crowds and long waits.

  • How-Tos: 7 Ways to Use Social Media to Attract Holiday Shoppers

    How can social media help businesses drive traffic to their ecommerce or bricks-and-mortar sites this holiday season? CIO.com posed that question to dozens of marketers and social media experts. Following are their top seven strategies for how to use Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube to engage customers and get them -- and their friends -- to check out (and hopefully buy) your holiday offerings.

  • How-Tos: 6 Ways to Nail the Job Interview

    When Doug Mitchell took over as CEO of direct-sales company Argenta Field Solutions in 2011, he noticed something surprising. He noticed that most Gen-Y candidates, though tech savvy and digitally plugged-in, didn't seem to have a clue about how to dress for, prepare for or conduct themselves in an interview, making his job and the job of his hiring managers difficult.

  • How-Tos: 5 Ways to Make Underemployment Work for You

    While the IT skills gap is an issue that largely impact employers, underemployment is a burden carried mostly by workers and candidates. In a slow economic recovery, candidates often decide that accepting a position for which they're overqualified and underpaid is better than the alternative - unemployment, says Howard Seidel, Ed.D., J.D. and Partner at Essex Partners, who specializes in senior executive and C-suite career transition.

  • How-Tos: How to Help Millennials Prepare to Be Successful Leaders

    As millennials continue to grow as the largest generation in the workforce, they will move into leadership roles in ways that are much different than generations before them – that is, without the prerequisites of certain job titles or number of years of experience.

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