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  • How to deal with staff with different IT abilities
    Technology is a crucial part of business and it's likely that most of your employees will have to use it. How can you ensure your staff are confident with your IT systems?
  • PowerPoint presentation tips: how to keep your audience's attention
    PowerPoint is a powerful tool to help you deliver or explain information to groups of people. However, getting it right is not always easy. These PowerPoint presentation tips will show you how to keep your audience interested.
  • How to find what you need online
    Are you taking full advantage of the internet's possibilities? It can help you with almost every aspect of your business, from researching market opportunities to recruiting staff and making valuable contacts.
  • Regular IT maintenance
    Regular IT maintenance will help your business IT systems run more smoothly and make them less likely to break down, ensuring effective performance and reducing support costs.
  • How to find the best cloud services for your business
    Business cloud services can give your company access to a wide range of tools, apps and software on a pay-as-you-go basis. For small firms, the best cloud services can deliver increased flexibility, security and significant savings.
  • Creative software
    Creative software can be used to design and create visual and audio assets for your business. You can use it for all kinds of things, from creating leaflets and editing photos to recording a podcast or creating a promotional video.
  • Choosing your business email service provider
    Email is a key communication tool for your business. Getting the right system is essential if you want to be able to communicate effectively and manage the messages you send and receive.
  • What to look for in a business computer
    The full specification of a PC can run to two sides of A4 or more, so it’s easy to be overwhelmed. However, there are actually only a few items you really need to focus on. We talk you through the essentials.