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01-04-2020
This project management training can supercharge your team's efficiency

Business owners know the importance of efficiency. That’s why project management methodologies, like Lean Six Sigma, have grown so popular. But wrapping your head around the art of project management is usually easier said than done. Thankfully, The Ultimate Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certification Bundle is here to guide you through it, all for just $99.99.To read this article in full, please click here

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01-04-2020
A socially conscious cash management account

Today, it’s common to see businesses going out of their way to meet the socially conscious nature of their customers. Organic farming, manufacturing goods from recycled materials, and ethically sourcing labor are just a few ways companies are meeting the needs of consumers.Despite those widespread changes, many financial institutions entrusted by consumers to manage their funds are putting profits first. In 2018 for example, the world’s largest banks lent approximately $654 billion to finance businesses in the fossil fuel industry.To read this article in full, please click here

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01-04-2020
Microsoft promotes upcoming Edge enhancements

Microsoft on Monday talked up a slew of future features planned to land in Edge in coming months, including tabs stacked vertically along the browser's side and a Firefox-esque Password Monitor.And although Microsoft has not come out and put it plainly, it appears it will mimic Google's Chrome as it resumes releasing Edge builds, including skipping a version to make up for lost time."It's time to expect more from our browsers - more control over our data and our family's online information, new ways to organize our online research and more value back as we browse," wrote Liat Ben-Zur, an Edge marketing executive, in a post to a company blog.To read this article in full, please click here

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01-04-2020
Give Chrome a time-saving tab switcher

When I'm working on a computer these days, I tend to think of Chrome as my desktop. And really, it's no wonder: Regardless of whether I'm using Chrome OS or Windows, nearly everything I do now takes place in the browser — or some form of it.And yet, by default, Chrome isn't exactly designed to act like a desktop. It's just missing too many pieces and overlooking too many efficiency-enhancing opportunities. That's why, little by little, I've been looking for creative ways to fill in those gaps and turn my browser into a true desktop-caliber productivity tool.To read this article in full, please click here

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31-03-2020
Apple may introduce iPhone 9 this week

I was a little astonished to receive an email from a small iPhone case manufacturer sharing details today of its new case for the iPhone 9, and now it looks like this isn’t an exception, but a wave. Is Apple about to introduce the device?Apple's March announcement? The Apple rumor websites are packed with reported iPhone 9 case sightings. 9to5Mac tells us cases for the device are arriving at retailers (including Best Buy) with “an April 5 merchandising date."To read this article in full, please click here

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31-03-2020
COVID-19 puts new demands on e-health record systems

As healthcare providers face unprecedented challenges fighting the COVID-19 outbreak worldwide, electronic health record (EHR) systems are having to adapt to shifting requirements for patient care.  “We have never had an international crisis of this proportion in the lifetime of the current EHR,” said Dana Bensinger MSN, RN-BC, informatics nurse specialist and client solution executive at consulting firm CTG. “Once things settle down, there will be a lot of analysis of how well our systems performed, what our areas of vulnerability are, and how we fix them for the future.”With a surge in demand for hospital capacity, one of the challenges facing hospital IT staffers is figuring out how to quickly deploy EHR systems to alternative care locations. To read this article in full, please click here

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31-03-2020
But water has always been our friend!

It’s many decades ago, and this pilot fish’s company gets a call from a customer, a small town’s municipal waterworks. A pipe has burst pipe at the pumping station, which also happens to be the site of the waterworks’ business offices.Good news, though: The computer (yes, there is only one) is fine, having been located on a desk above the high-water mark. But all the floppy disks holding backups are ruined. Those had been stored in the “vault,” which is actually a pit in the concrete floor protected by a lockable manhole cover.The reason for the call is that city hall requires the water department to keep the six most recent monthly backups.To read this article in full, please click here

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31-03-2020
Microsoft to shift SMBs' Office subscriptions to 'Microsoft 365' brand

Microsoft today announced name changes to the Office 365 subscription plans in the Business line, substituting "Microsoft 365" instead.The Redmond, Wash. developer did not touch subscription plans aimed at enterprise, education and government.Plan names will automatically change on April 21, Microsoft said in an online statement. Prices of the plans will not change. Office 365 Business Essentials, the lowest-priced plan in the Business line, will become Microsoft 365 Business Basic. Office 365 Business, the middling plan in the trio that provides the Office applications and OneDrive, but no other services, will become Microsoft 365 Apps. Office 365 Business Premium, the most capable and most expensive subscription plan of the three, will become Microsoft 365 Business Standard. Microsoft will change the moniker of Microsoft 365 Business to Microsoft 365 Business Premium to fit it into the Business line as the top-dollar $20 per-user per-month plan. That subscription adds security and management tools to Office 365 Business Standard, née Premium. (Currently, this is the lowest-priced plan in the Microsoft 365 line. After the name changes, though, it will fall somewhere in the middle.)To read this article in full, please click here

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30-03-2020
Biggest technology acquisitions 2020

Last year marked a slight decrease in global technology M&A activity from the blockbuster year that was 2018 – when SAP bought Qualtrics for $8 billion, IBM acquired Red Hat for a staggering $33 billion and Broadcom picked up CA Technologies for $18.9 billion in cash.As of the end of Q3 2019, technology M&A deals worth $245 billion had been announced globally, marking a decrease of 25% year-on-year according to GlobalData.Which mergers and acquisitions does 2020 have in store? If January alone is anything to go by then there will be no slowing of major deals across the industry, with security already proving to be a hot area.To read this article in full, please click here

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30-03-2020
7 Zoom tips for working from home

Despite disturbing errors of judgement such as this and this, Zoom appears to have become the most popular solution for online collaboration, in use across enterprise, government and individuals.I’ve kicked it around to surface a few less visible features you might find useful – most of which should be helpful for every platform, not just Apple’s.People don’t need to see you in your room I’ve been on Twitter long enough to have seen plenty of people’s offices, rooms and other personal spaces in the background of the Zoom chat screenshots people seem so fond of sharing at the moment.To read this article in full, please click here

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30-03-2020
Dealing with the downturn

As the coronavirus pandemic builds, businesses are already reeling from the economic impact. Here's how IT can adjust to a new reality of cost trimming and budget cuts.

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30-03-2020
How businesses can save money when everyone needs Office to work from home

Companies have scattered to the wind, once-formidable armies of workers enclosed in glass buildings now sundered, each employee at his or her own outpost, whether kitchen table, home office desk or lap in a quasi-quiet corner. IDG Special Report: Dealing with the Downturn 7 tips for coping with a limited IT budget (CIO) Where to look for cost savings in the cloud (InfoWorld) 5 tips for navigating supplier relationships in an economic downturn (CIO) How businesses can save money when everyone needs Office to work from home (Computerworld) 10 SD-WAN features you're probably not using, but should be (Network World) Flinging employees off the workplace carousel may have been as simple as a single "Go home" order, but ensuring that those workers can do their work from home and be productive at it (or even partially productive), takes work - a lot of work.To read this article in full, please click here

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30-03-2020
Memory-Lane Monday: It’s semi-automatic

This developer who’s responsible for a daily report to the managers at a semiconductor manufacturing site decides to put together a process to automatically send out the report every weekday at 8 a.m., reports a pilot fish on the scene.The report does show up in managers’ inboxes pretty reliably, although there are occasional problems. When that happens, the developer gets a call and the report shows up.But eventually, in a business downturn, the developer is laid off.And starting the very next week, the report fails to appear in managers’ mailboxes.Fish and his colleagues aren’t sure what’s wrong, so they start looking for the automated process to generate the report.To read this article in full, please click here

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30-03-2020
Sharepoint tips and resources for your COVID-19 communication site

It’s amazing how the tech community has come together to create resources for people now working from home and staying connected during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Microsoft has published a helpful how-to guide to build a crisis management communication site and created a way for SharePoint admins to easily provision the site design in your own tenant from the lookbook.To read this article in full, please click here

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29-03-2020
3 tech advances that will change PCs forever

Disclaimer:  Most of the companies mentioned are clients of the author.With the impact of COVID-19, sales of laptops – particularly Chromebooks for education – have been going vertical, and several OEMs are reporting shortages. But the most common clamshell design goes back to the early 1990s, well before recent advances in processor technology, GPUs, memory, storage, operating systems, displays and even battery formulations.  We keep playing with different variants like the coming Microsoft Surface Neo, but they still fall well short of what you might have expected to evolve in the last 30 or so years. To read this article in full, please click here

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CyberLink Vol.138 Mar 2020

Cyberport launches FinTech Training Programme to better equip financial practitioners

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CyberLink Vol.137 Feb 2020

MAD Gaze raises US$18M to ramp up product R&D and 5G applications

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CyberLink Vol.136 Jan 2020

Cyberport spotlights digital trade finance and virtual banking at AFF 2020

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