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Keep Your Business and Personal Computing Separate

Keep Your Business and Personal Computing Separate

This blog post was originally published by Lunarline and is re-printed here with permission. Anyone who has ever fired up a web browser knows that file-sharing sites can be a shady affair. Intuitively, we sense there’s something “off” about any site offering free...

Stay Safe Online with These Three Cybersecurity Tools

Stay Safe Online with These Three Cybersecurity Tools

As an admin, a large part of your day is likely spent on an internet-connected device, be it a laptop, tablet, or smartphone. While we’ve certainly come a long way from the days of mimeograph machines and typewriters, modern technology isn’t without its price: namely,...

Note From Julie: Now Available: Become a Procedures Pro

Note From Julie: Now Available: Become a Procedures Pro

I’m writing this week from the Office Dynamics Conference for Administrative Excellence in Las Vegas, and I’m so excited to be here speaking on one of my favorite topics – productivity! Anyone who has followed me for a while knows how passionate I am about procedures,...

Do You Speak Security? 10 Cybersecurity Terms You Need to Know

Do You Speak Security? 10 Cybersecurity Terms You Need to Know

This blog post was originally published by Lunarline and is reprinted here with permission. Unless you work in the IT department, you probably haven’t had to know much about cybersecurity. Still, while you may not know how to chase off hackers, as cybersecurity...

Note From Julie: October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Note From Julie: October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Cybersecurity has been a big focus for many people since the massive Equifax data breach was made public. If your personal data has ever been compromised like mine has, the news likely sent chills down your spine. If you have not been a victim of identity theft then...

5 Cybersecurity Tips to Keep You Safe Online

5 Cybersecurity Tips to Keep You Safe Online

As an administrative professional, much of your work is done online, which means you have access to a lot of sensitive information. In your hands, this information is safe. However, if someone else gets ahold of it, the consequences can be devastating to your...

Improve Your Cybersecurity Savvy With the October Training Series

Improve Your Cybersecurity Savvy With the October Training Series

A large part of what admins do in their day-to-day jobs requires some sort of digital, internet-connected device. So staying safe while using them is critical to protect yourself, your executive, and your employer. Believing that cybersecurity is solely the...

Fall In Love with OneNote During the November Training Series:

Fall In Love with OneNote During the November Training Series:

Do you want to learn how to better organize, locate, and share your notes? Do you want to stop important information from slipping through the cracks? Microsoft® OneNote 2010 can do all of these things and more! If you’re looking for a one-stop shop for capturing,...

Personal Note from Julie: Learn How to Work Virtually

Personal Note from Julie: Learn How to Work Virtually

Last week, I had the opportunity to present to a fantastic group of administrative professionals at the Grainger headquarters in Lake Forest, Illinois (near Chicago). During the company tour that morning, I was struck by the number of assistants they had who were...

Webinar: Excel Basics: 7 Overlooked Features Every User Needs

Webinar: Excel Basics: 7 Overlooked Features Every User Needs

Do you know how to format cells in Excel? Can you sum a spreadsheet column without manually adding it up? Whether you’re a daily Excel user or only use it occasionally, there are several useful features every admin should know about the program. Why waste time and...