Microsoft PowerPoint is a popular choice among professionals in all industries for delivering engaging presentations that are easy to navigate and share with others. PowerPoint is full of tons of different tools that help people create impactful presentations exerting a fraction of the effort that you would probably expect. If PowerPoint is a tool you find yourself using even just once a month, you may benefit from knowing about these helpful PowerPoint tips.
Microsoft Office is one of the most commonly-used programs in U.S. companies and proficiency in these programs is still commonly asked for in high-ranking positions. The need to be proficient in Microsoft Word isn't going away anytime soon. If you spend a good portion of your day in Word, you should take the time to make sure you're getting the most out of this tool. Word may have some new bells and whistles you may not have learned about since when you first started using the tool 20 years ago.
How would you feel if you found out you were wasting hundreds of hours every year just by using time-consuming workarounds in Microsoft Excel? I’ll let you in on a secret—you probably are. Even if you feel like you only use Excel at a very basic level such as just to view information, there are likely some ways that you could improve your skills. Also, many of the same functions and shortcuts translate to other Microsoft apps such as Word and PowerPoint. Keep reading to learn how you could save yourself time using Excel.
Anyone interested in pursuing a cybersecurity career can immediately unlock new and higher-paying opportunities with a CompTIA Security+ certification. In many ways, CompTIA Security+ is a cybersecurity gateway.
So, how do cybersecurity professionals train for and take the CompTIA Security+ exam? Our ultimate guide will prepare you with everything you need to know to begin advancing your cybersecurity career.
For the malicious actors who perpetuate cybercrimes, it’s generally a “numbers game.” If they try widespread, indiscriminate attacks on all types of businesses, at least one will surely succeed. Unfortunately, this means there’s no such thing as a business being small enough to escape targeting.
In fact, it’s stated in the Verizon 2022 Data Breach Investigations Report that small businesses are often targeted at high rates because of their size. The logic follows that they have fewer resources for cybersecurity and training and are therefore easier to breach.
An oft-repeated mantra in cybersecurity is that it’s a matter of when a business will be attacked, not if. So, how can small businesses protect themselves? Today, we’re breaking down the current state of small business cybersecurity and some of the best tips to implement for your venture.