With ongoing security risks, there is more potential that your passwords will be compromised. One way to protect your accounts and avoid having your personal information get into the hands of “the bad guys” is to use a password manager. If you save your passwords on a piece of paper, use the same password for every online site or use a password such as “my-dogs-name” you should look into using a password manager.
Did you know that every email message sent to Academy Personnel or your Team or your Department or ANY Google Group are all stored forever in the Google Group Archives? You can access the Archives and find any and all old messages…here is how!
Have you ever wanted a simple, yet powerful thesaurus built right into Google Docs? Thesaurus Pro is a free add-on to Google Docs that’s both free AND well reviewed. Here’s how to add it: Continue reading “Add a Thesaurus to Google Docs!”
Finding files in Google Drive can sometimes be challenging. A few built-in shortcuts may help you navigate your files more efficiently – Recent and Starred files.
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It happens! Here in IT, we see our community members dealing with liquid spills on their laptops and phones all the time. Unfortunately, many people make the same mistakes that ultimately lead to the death of their laptop, phone or other electronic device. Here are a few quick tips to help you survive this disaster! Continue reading “What to Do if You Spill Liquid on Your Device!”
You can automatically convert Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files to the Google Doc format by uploading them into your Google Drive folder via the web. Just following these steps:
- Go to the Google Drive settings in the upper right corner
- Make sure the “Convert Uploads” checkbox is checked and click Done.
- Now anytime you upload a Word, Excel, and PowerPoint file, it will automatically be converted to the Google format.
Prevent your backup from occurring on a home network. Note: this must be completed when you can connect to your home network. Continue reading “Prevent CrashPlan Backups from Taking Place on your Home Network”