Office 365: Checking for updates

Start MS Word Click File menu option then click Account Click Update Options followed by Update Now A message will then appear

Windows 10: How to check for updates

Click Windows flag in bottom left corner of screen then click on the cog Click on Update & Security Click the Check for updates button
scribble

A clever way to replay notes you've scribbled on a document

Using Word, PowerPoint and Excel is so much fun now. Because there are so many things you can do with your documents. Like scribble notes on them. Perfect when you’re using a tablet. And did you know, there’s a functionality called Ink Replay that allows you to literally watch the exact moment you scribbled the note again.

Your email is your greatest tool. And biggest threat

Because we rely on email so much to run our businesses, it’s our greatest tool (no matter how much you might sigh when you see how many unread emails you have). But because there’s so much activity in there. And you can receive emails from anyone, it’s the most common way to try to breach your business. Hackers are targeting every business, every day. Using clever automated tools.
OneNote

Hackers are targeting your business right now

This is 100% true because they are targeting all businesses,…

Wouldn’t it be life changing to reach Inbox Zero… every day?

Wouldn't that be good. No emails at the end of each day. No worrying that you've missed something important. Or scrolling through the same emails again and again, when you'd rather be playing with your kids (doh!). Inbox Zero isn't reached by having fewer emails... that's really hard to achieve. Instead, you need to change the way you handle emails.

What secrets are you giving away on social media?

Could a puppy get your business hacked? How lovely. Lisa in accounts has a brand new puppy. It's taking over her life. There are photos on her desk. It's all she seems to talk about. Hey - she even changed her password to include his name. And suddenly that puppy has become a security risk to your business. Because hackers are clever.

5 terrifying password stats

Are poor password practices putting your business at risk? Our…
OneNote

5 ways OneNote will help you have a more organised life

To get more done in your business, you and your team need to be highly organised, and have systems to leverage information. There’s a perfect tool for this – and you probably already have it. OneNote from Microsoft is part of the powerful and popular Office 365 suite.

Office 365: Checking for updates

Start MS Word Click File menu option then click Account Click Update Options followed by Update Now A message will then appear

Windows 10: How to check for updates

Click Windows flag in bottom left corner of screen then click on the cog Click on Update & Security Click the Check for updates button
scribble

A clever way to replay notes you've scribbled on a document

Using Word, PowerPoint and Excel is so much fun now. Because there are so many things you can do with your documents. Like scribble notes on them. Perfect when you’re using a tablet. And did you know, there’s a functionality called Ink Replay that allows you to literally watch the exact moment you scribbled the note again.

Your email is your greatest tool. And biggest threat

Because we rely on email so much to run our businesses, it’s our greatest tool (no matter how much you might sigh when you see how many unread emails you have). But because there’s so much activity in there. And you can receive emails from anyone, it’s the most common way to try to breach your business. Hackers are targeting every business, every day. Using clever automated tools.
OneNote

Hackers are targeting your business right now

This is 100% true because they are targeting all businesses,…

Wouldn’t it be life changing to reach Inbox Zero… every day?

Wouldn't that be good. No emails at the end of each day. No worrying that you've missed something important. Or scrolling through the same emails again and again, when you'd rather be playing with your kids (doh!). Inbox Zero isn't reached by having fewer emails... that's really hard to achieve. Instead, you need to change the way you handle emails.

What secrets are you giving away on social media?

Could a puppy get your business hacked? How lovely. Lisa in accounts has a brand new puppy. It's taking over her life. There are photos on her desk. It's all she seems to talk about. Hey - she even changed her password to include his name. And suddenly that puppy has become a security risk to your business. Because hackers are clever.

5 terrifying password stats

Are poor password practices putting your business at risk? Our…
OneNote

5 ways OneNote will help you have a more organised life

To get more done in your business, you and your team need to be highly organised, and have systems to leverage information. There’s a perfect tool for this – and you probably already have it. OneNote from Microsoft is part of the powerful and popular Office 365 suite.

If you have a Windows 7 machine and you use it for business, you MUST replace it by the end of this year.
Why? Because it’ll be a major target for hackers in January next year (2020).
This is a serious threat to many businesses in Ryedale and beyond. It will leave their entire computer network open to hackers.
We’ve created a new short video to tell you why it’s such a problem, and why you mustn’t wait too long to replace your old tech. Remember what happened when the NHS were still running Windows XP?
To comply with GDPR you should also have a plan to replace any machines running windows 7.

It might have only just turned 2019. But we want you to look ahead to next January, in 2020.
Because there’s a major software problem on the way… and it’s going to affect half of all businesses and organisations in Ryedale.
In January 2020 Microsoft is ending the life of lots of old versions of popular software.
This includes the 2010 version of Office, some popular server software – and Windows 7.
If you have even one computer that runs any of this software, you’ve got a major headache from next January.
In fact, your business will be at severe risk of being hacked, as well as no longer being GDPR-compliant.
We’ve put together a brand new guide to help you see if your business will be affected – anyone can check, regardless of technical ability.
Plus we tell you why you mustn’t wait till next year to take action. This problem has to be tackled now.

21 ways to help your staff get more done, in less time – with Office 365
Do you already use Microsoft Office 365 in your business?
Lots of people already do. It’s now got 120 million active users across the world. And 50,000 small businesses sign up every month.

Support for Windows 7 ended this week

No doubt you've seen on the news or your favourite social platform that Microsoft officially withdrew support for Windows 7 on tuesday. It has now reached the end of its life. This means that we can no longer provide critical support for your Windows 7 machines. What does that mean?

Merry Christmas from tKnowIT

Seasons Greeting to one and all, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Remember to have fun if you can and avoid clicking on those phishing links, opening those 'too good to be true' emails.

Office 365: Checking for updates

Start MS Word Click File menu option then click Account Click Update Options followed by Update Now A message will then appear

Windows 10: How to check for updates

Click Windows flag in bottom left corner of screen then click on the cog Click on Update & Security Click the Check for updates button
scribble

A clever way to replay notes you've scribbled on a document

Using Word, PowerPoint and Excel is so much fun now. Because there are so many things you can do with your documents. Like scribble notes on them. Perfect when you’re using a tablet. And did you know, there’s a functionality called Ink Replay that allows you to literally watch the exact moment you scribbled the note again.

Your email is your greatest tool. And biggest threat

Because we rely on email so much to run our businesses, it’s our greatest tool (no matter how much you might sigh when you see how many unread emails you have). But because there’s so much activity in there. And you can receive emails from anyone, it’s the most common way to try to breach your business. Hackers are targeting every business, every day. Using clever automated tools.

Hackers are targeting your business right now

This is 100% true because they are targeting all businesses,…

Wouldn’t it be life changing to reach Inbox Zero… every day?

Wouldn't that be good. No emails at the end of each day. No worrying that you've missed something important. Or scrolling through the same emails again and again, when you'd rather be playing with your kids (doh!). Inbox Zero isn't reached by having fewer emails... that's really hard to achieve. Instead, you need to change the way you handle emails.

What secrets are you giving away on social media?

Could a puppy get your business hacked? How lovely. Lisa in accounts has a brand new puppy. It's taking over her life. There are photos on her desk. It's all she seems to talk about. Hey - she even changed her password to include his name. And suddenly that puppy has become a security risk to your business. Because hackers are clever.