Google Tips Luncheon - Docs

G Suite Tips for Google Docs

Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to create and simultaneously edit text documents with your team, right in your browser using Google Docs at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Google Docs, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to write reports, create joint project proposals, keep track of meeting notes and much more.

Google Tips Luncheon - Drive

G Suite Tips for Google Drive

Thursday, November 3, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to store, sync and share your files with ease using Google Drive at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Google Drive, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to keep all your work in one place, view different file formats without buying extra software and access your file from any device.

Google Tips Luncheon - Groups

G Suite Tips for Google Hangouts

Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to manage and participate in online discussions using Google Groups at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Google Groups, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to create mailing lists and forums, share files with team members using one address and more.

Google Tips Luncheon - Hangouts

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Thursday, October 13, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to send messages and make video calls worldwide to several people at once using Hangouts at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Hangouts, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to hold impromptu meetings on the go, virtual training classes around the world, remote interviews and much more.

Google Tips Luncheon - Calendar

G Suite Tips for Google Calendar

Thursday, October 6, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to manage your time with integrated online calendars designed for teams using Google Calendar at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Google Calendar, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to keep track of important events, share your schedule and create multiple calendars.

Google Tips Luncheon - Gmail

G Suite Tips for Gmail

Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 12:00 PM - 12:50 PM

Bring a lunch, laptop and/or mobile device, and learn how to work faster and collaborate better using Gmail at work or school. We will highlight best practices for using Gmail, and explore the features that this App has tucked away in its nooks and crannies. Discover how to search for messages, organize your inbox and build relationships with integrated chat and video calls.

Use Google Calendar to create effective meetings

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Meetings are a necessary part of any organization, but there is nothing more painful then having to sit through an unorganized event with no clear planning. A good meeting should achieve an objective, take up minimal amount of time and leave participants feeling as if they have accomplished something. Much of this will rely on the person leading the meeting, but Google Calendar has certain features that can at least steer the planning in the right direction.

How to protect yourself from ransomware

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There is a new trend in online fraud that targets emails. CSO recently reported that at the end of March 93% of phishing emails are now ransomware. If you have never heard of ransomware, and you are the type of person who clicks on everything in your email messages, it is time to get educated.

Ransomware is a type of malware that prevents or limits users from accessing their system. This type of malware forces its victims to pay the ransom through certain online payment methods in order to restore access to their systems, or to get their data back.

Ransomware can be downloaded by unwitting users who visit malicious or compromised websites. It can also arrive as a payload, either dropped or downloaded by other malware. Some ransomware are delivered as attachments to spammed email.

Removing ransomware can be a nightmare, especially if you have not taken any steps to protect yourself. The process varies and depends on the type of ransomware. The best strategy is to protect yourself before you become a victim. Here are a few starting points to get you pointed in the right direction.

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