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Tech Riffs | 4 minute watch

Shortcuts to Higher Productivity with Windows 10

One of the greatest keys to becoming a superhero in your organization is to have a deep understanding of the tools of your trade. In this episode, we concentrate on shortcuts for Windows 10. Taking time to learn these simple shortcuts can add up to hours worth of added productivity.
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Tech Riffs | 5 minute watch

Microsoft Teams How | Autocomplete Challenge

Microsoft Teams is a powerful collaboration tool. We use it here to help keep things moving smoothly and to encourage collaboration between teams. We wanted to be able to answer some of the most common questions out there about Microsoft Teams... But we decided to take a unique approach. In this episode of Tech Riffs we take on the google autocomplete challenge for "Microsoft Teams How..."
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Tech Riffs | 5 minute watch

How to Back It Up with Microsoft OneDrive

Hello there and welcome to Tech Riffs, my name is Killian and today's tip for being that tech superhero in your organization, is all about backing it up. We cannot express enough how important backing up your work is. Even beyond work, things like pictures, projects, settings and honestly there are so many things that accumulate over time, we don't even know how important they are until they're gone.
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Tech Riffs | 3 minute watch

MFA made easy: Why we love DUO!

My friend’s car was recently stolen right from her house which, I thought that was pretty crazy. Until, I learned that her husband had left the keys in the door of said car which kind of says “Steal me, steal...
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Tech Riffs | 3 minute watch

3 Reasons to Switch to Microsoft Teams for Virtual Meetings

Many companies, including us here at Worksighted, struggle to figure out which online meeting tool is right for their organization. Some offer quick fixes and seamless setup. While others have big setup costs and robust offerings. Regardless of the solution, you will probably have yet another subscription cost eating away at your precious budget, and you'll still have issues.
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Tech Riffs | 1 minute watch

Windows 7 End of Life

Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 are approaching the end of their lifecycle of support. This means that computers running Windows 7 and servers running Windows server 2008 will soon become more vulnerable to security threats, unable to receive new feature updates, and potentially be out of industry compliance.
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