Productivity

  • Review: Microsoft Surface Pro 8

    It's hard to believe we're already up to the 8th generation of the Surface Pro. I've owned a number of Surface devices over the years and have fond memories of the Pro 3, but while the hardware still features some of the iconic features (like the kickstand), there's a...
  • Corsair K70 and K65 compact keyboards. Which is right for you?

    Corsair has been busying releasing lots of cool products this year. As more people work and game from home, it’s important to have awesome tech. This year, Corsair released a few new keyboards in their RGB mechanical keyboard lineup. After the K series received an update in the K100...
  • Review: VideoProc a great GPU-accelerated 4K video editor

    Photos are great, but increasingly the world is turning to video. To create compelling videos, you need the right software to helps you achieve a fast and easy workflow that lets you shoot, edit and publish rapidly. In recent years, there's been a massive spike in the number of...
  • Office 365 now using AI to stretch it’s legs over on-prem editions

    For a few years now Microsoft has offered both on-prem and Office 365 subscriptions versions of their Office suite. Some time ago they promised to deliver updates to their subscription customers first. In the December update, Microsoft has really hit the accelerator on the differences in capability between the...
  • New features coming to Office every single month

    Office 2016 will officially be released tomorrow and according to Jared Spataro, the GM of Microsoft Office, this release will be “the most significant release in 30 years”. This isn’t immediately apparent given the relatively few changes to the UI, but Spataro says the underlying tech is something to...
  • Co-edit documents with Word 2013 desktop and web app

    In the Word 2013 Preview, there’s a few new features to make a good product even better. One of those features you may not know about relates to co-authouring documents. You can now have one writer using the full blown desktop application of Word 2013, while another colleague is...
  • Is it really time to stand and work ?

    There is a growing trend in technology startups to use a new style of working. Standing desks are design so you can work at your desk while standing. This is achieved in one of 2 ways, either the monitor and keyboard move up to your standing height, or the...
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