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Microsoft lets SMB workers share Office on a single PC with expanded M365 Business rights

Microsoft this week announced it has added shared computer activation (SCA) for Office to the less-expensive Microsoft 365 Business subscription, giving small- and medium-sized businesses a way for multiple employees to run Office’s productivity applications from a single PC. “((This will help)) in scenarios where multiple users are connecting to the same remote computer at

6 best note-taking apps for an Apple iPad

We all need to take notes, and these six note-taking apps all have their own unique advantages, particularly used with Apple Pencil. The app you’ve got: Apple Notes Apple’s Notes app works quite well with an Apple Pencil but is quite limited in comparison with the more full-featured choices in this collection. You can use

Security theater, ’80s style

It’s the late 1980s and pilot fish is working on business application development for an aerospace and defense contractor where physical security is surprisingly lax. There’s a guard on duty at the front desk during business hours, but that’s about the extent of it. That changes with the announcement that all personal gear will be

How to fix six Windows 10 headaches

Microsoft Windows 10 has gone a long way towards fixing the problems that were endemic with earlier versions of Windows — notably Windows 8. But it’s still far from a perfect operating system and has its share of headaches. 3. Fix Start menu woes To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story)

Wireless charging from A to Z: What you need to know

The term wireless charging has been around since… well, Nikola Tesla attempted to demonstrate it in 1901. For nearly a century after, however, the technology was without many practical uses, except, perhaps, for a few electric toothbrush models. Over the past decade, wireless charging matured through the formation of various standards groups such as the

Microsoft adds more reasons for enterprise users to run Edge on mobile devices

Microsoft on Monday announced that the iOS and Android versions of its Edge browser now support single sign-on (SSO) and conditional access – crucial security, management and convenience features to the enterprise. Integrating Edge on mobile into the broader enterprise ecosystem – leveraging the SSO of Azure Active Directory (Azure AD), for example – may

Report meets abrupt end

It’s the early ’80s and pilot fish is working at a company with several remote job entry (RJE) stations across the country. It makes it easy to print batch reports tailored to each location. One of the reporting jobs has an abend that causes it to send a dump to one of the RJE sites,
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