What to Expect From the Next Generation of Smart Phones

Are you ready for the next generation of smart phones? Exciting new display technologies are changing the way we view and use our phones. Here’s some enhancements we can expect in the near future: Curved Displays Our computer monitors, televisions, and portable devices have used flat display screens for many years. Why would we go back to the physics we first saw in the early television set days when we had curved displays? Actually, we won’t be. The difference is

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Managing Across Generations – 3 Strategies for Success

One of the biggest challenges managers face is the generational differences in their work forces. Problems can arise from differing mindsets and communication styles of workers born in different eras. These challenges can be aggravated by new technology and work patterns that mix workers of different ages in ever-changing teams. Managing the mixture of ages, values and views is an increasingly difficult task. Yet there are ways that you as a manager can set you and your team up for success.

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Skype for Business Case Study

Check out our Learn iT! Success Story: Skye for Business migration for a Global Technology firm. Help Desk calls reduced 63% by training 1,500 end users in 6 weeks! http://www.learnit.com/About/case-studies/skype-for-business

Outlook 2016 Tips and Tricks

Outlook 2016 has exciting new features as well as some old favorites. Learn how to customize the Outlook theme, attach files and utilize the new search tools. In addition to the new features, learn how to use and create search folders and email Quick Parts. Two features that will save you time and make you more efficient while working in Outlook 2016.

Gratitude is Good For Us

Adele’s instant earworm (I mean hit) Hello has been stuck in my head all weekend.  And, according to a sketch on Saturday Night Live, it is powerful enough to stop a politically polarizing Thanksgiving family fight in its tracks. In the sketch, the family is engaged in two activities familiar to many of us this time of year, arguing and gratitude. Neuroscience, cardiology, and psychology agree that gratitude is good for us.  It strengthens our hearts, lowers stress hormones even

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