Microsoft Increases Protection From Junk Email in Office 365

Junk Email

Considering the extent to which many businesses rely on email, it is not surprising that the growing number of phishing and spoofing emails making it into people’s inboxes has become more of a problem than a nuisance. Considering Microsoft is one of the largest email providers for commercial users, with over 120 million business users subscribing to Office 365, Microsoft saw an opportunity to provide an additional service to its

Computer Tip of the Day: Managing Your Emails

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In the business world, one of the keys to success is knowing how to be organized. Whether you’re managing important files on your desktop, or are browsing through your web applications, always keep things organized. However, the same applies to your emails as well. Sometimes, you receive important messages from your coworkers, while other times you’re bombarded with junk mail. What are some tips for managing your emails? Here are a

Taking Full Advantage of Gmail

Computer Tip of the Day

Gmail has a few powerful tricks that can protect your personal information and improve your efficiency in business. Today we will discuss them in our computer tip of the day. Manually Redirecting Spam After your account name, you can place a plus sign and a keyword that you want to highlight as a source of spam. Gmail allows you to redirect these emails into any folder that you want. Proprietary Domain

What You Need to Know About the Newly Upgraded Office 365 E5 Plan

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If your business has its finger on the pulse of software productivity, you might have heard by now that Microsoft has made a few changes in their top-tier enterprise plan. The new Office 365 E5 plan takes the place of the old E4 plan, with many of the same features, as well as several that are new. For anyone looking to find a package that crams as much productivity software and services

Computer Tip of the Day: Step Away from Angry Emails

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Email makes it easy to respond to someone else without actually confronting them face-to-face. This can prove a problem when you’re trying to respond to something negative. You don’t see the other person, so you’re more likely to say something negative, insulting or unprofessional because all you’re doing is typing words to get emotions off your chest. You sometimes forget in the heat of the moment that someone else will