Improvements in Outlook calendars

Improvements in Outlook calendars

Today’s pressures demand we jam more activity into less time. There seems to be more meetings, workshops and events than ever, even if many are virtual. Managing these commitments doesn’t seem to get any easier. Most of us are used to scheduling time with tools like...
Windows 11 – Coming soon to your PC?

Windows 11 – Coming soon to your PC?

This morning, we’re hearing about Windows 11 coming to a PC near you within a few months (ahead of “the holiday season” in the US) So, do you care? We’re a bit curious. Microsoft have had a patchy record with Windows (pun intended).  Every...
Pretending to be you or your colleagues

Pretending to be you or your colleagues

On some emails, you might see a warning that marks them as being ‘external’. This gets added as the email comes into your organisation. The idea is a simple one – if you see an email marked as external, then you will be more cautious with it. If you see an email that...
Avoiding ad trackers when you browse the ‘net

Avoiding ad trackers when you browse the ‘net

Your own personalised stalker It always seemed slightly creepy that your computer shows advertising that is strangely accurately targeted at things you might have been interested in.  On the surface, that seems quite useful.  If you have to tolerate ads on your...