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Where, How and Why to Pin Documents

Pinning documents has become a very useful task. We are bombarded every day by so much digital information that any action that aids focus is a benefit to your productivity.

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update, What You Need to Know

Windows 10 will be getting its first big update this month. Here are the changes and new features coming to Windows 10 users.

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Windows 7 vs Windows 10: What’s the difference?

If you're a Windows 7 user, you may have already heard that mainstream support for Windows 7 has ended and security updates will stop in 2020. This means the time to upgrade to Windows 10 is now. 

For the most part, Windows 7 was a reliable operating system. However, you will really enjoy the user-friendly components and increased security that Windows 10 provides. 

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Microsoft's MyAnalytics Will Show You How Much of the Day You're Wasting

Working smarter - not harder is a goal for many people this year. As screen time and the number of meetings increases for just about everyone across the board, Microsoft has responded by launching a productivity tool called MyAnalytics.

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Why You Should Be Using a Modern Microsoft Sharepoint Site for Flexible, Fast, Mobile-friendly Networking.

Classic Sharepoint has been around since 2002, and, unfortunately, like most software built for simpler times it has been added to, patched and layered over until it has turned into an outdated and bloated beast.

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If You Only Add One Thing to Office 365 Make it This

As part of PTG's initiative to help you work better in 2019, here is an add-on for Office 365 that we believe you can't afford NOT to have.

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How to Reset Windows Hello Biometrics

Using biometrics (your fingerprint or your face) to log into your computer can be much more convenient and secure than using a password, especially when used as part of multi-factor authentication. You don’t have to change it frequently, and it’s much harder to steal (though it can be done).

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Windows 10 Pro vs Enterprise: Which is better for business?

One of the best things about using Microsoft products in your business is the variety of options – there is almost always going to be a product that fits your needs. One of the worst things about Microsoft products is figuring out which option is the best one for you. Because there are so many options, it can be difficult to determine which version is best for you.

Windows 10 is no exception. There are several versions of Windows 10 available: Home, Pro, Enterprise, Education, and S. If you’re buying Windows 10 for your business, you’ll need to get either Windows 10 Pro or Windows 10 Enterprise (also called Windows 10 ENT). Deciding between these will come down to what features you need and how you want to pay for it. 

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Thoughts from Microsoft WPC

Several members of our team have spent the week at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC). This annual conference is where Microsoft kicks off their fiscal year with partner companies like PTG (and 20,000 of our peers). It’s three days of keynotes, meetings, breakout sessions (and maybe a few parties) designed to help us improve our business, and in turn, help empower our customers.

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Addressing security concerns in Windows 10

Windows 10 was released in late July with much fanfare and since then, Microsoft is reporting that more than 75 million users have made the jump to the new operating system.

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