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Outlook Web App boosts collaboration

Outlook Web App boosts collaboration

When people send files as attachments, they’re often looking to collaborate with others for feedback and improved work quality. This, however, has been a time consuming process up until now. For example, when you send an email to your colleague, they must download the file, make their edits, re-attach the file to a new email and then send it back to you.

How Mac and PC differ: Part 2

How Mac and PC differ: Part 2

We’ve explored how Mac and PC differ in terms of specifications, operating system and software; and in this article we continue to dig into other differences between the two rivals. Buying a computer is more than looking into design and specs, but also about models, availability, security, customer satisfaction and of course price.

4 BYOD integration tips

4 BYOD integration tips

As technology continues to expand and improve, many people have come to prefer to use their own systems over their office’s tech offerings. This is largely because many of us have newer personal devices that allow us to do so much more than the computers we use at our office.

Better data collection

Better data collection

As businesses continue to become increasingly networked, there is an exponentially increasing amount of data being made available to them. While this data can be really useful, a lot of it can also be less so, or even useless. However, you are going to continue to collect data, and in order not to be overwhelmed with the sheer volume you should have a well defined data collection system in place.

Part 2 – Increasing content shares

Part 2 – Increasing content shares

In the first part of this article, last month, we began to take a look at the content companies create for social media and how they can go about not only getting it shared but also increasing the overall shareability of the content they create. From creating longer blog articles, to using images, and playing on certain emotions, we shared five useful content sharing tips.

Applying engineering to health care

Applying engineering to health care

A strategy commonly used in manufacturing and aviation offers the potential for better health care at lower cost, according to a recent report.

That strategy – systems engineering – is an interdisciplinary approach to designing and managing complex systems.

It’s time to get ready for ICD-10

It’s time to get ready for ICD-10

The compliance date for ICD-10 is farther away than it once was, but it’s still coming — and health-care practitioners should be moving forward with preparedness plans, if the results of a recent survey are any indication.

The survey — which questioned physician practices, hospitals, payers, vendors, and others — was conducted by eHealth Initiative and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA).

It found that most health-care organizations are using the extra time afforded by the delay of ICD-10 compliance to October 15 to invest, train, and test.

Windows 8/8.1 hibernation 101

Windows 8/8.1 hibernation 101

How did we ever manage without hibernation in the past? The feature was first introduced with Windows XP and is one of the operating system’s (OS) most useful power functions. However, with Windows 8 this feature is not readily visible, so you need to find out not just what this feature is about but also how you can enable it on Windows 8.

What is Hibernation mode?

Hibernation allows you to power down your computer while retaining its current operating state e.g., leaving programs open.