Sure videoconferencing is a great way of sidestepping expensive business trips and accelerating the design process, but it also has its limitations. For instance, analogue yet ubiquitous brainstorming tools like whiteboards simply don’t show up well on camera. More often than not, that sketch of your latest product iteration or next quarter’s sales targets appear blurry and faint to your colleagues sitting in on the meeting from across the country. However that may all be about to change. Cyclops – a new free video collaboration service – is using augmented reality to bring old fashioned marker-boards into the 21st century.
I, like many other liberal arts majors, found myself lacking the technical skill set and business acumen coveted by today’s market after graduation. So naturally I turned to the web in an effort to round out my resume. However, what I discovered was a rapidly growing world of over 7,000 massive open online courses (MOOCs) and a very daunting question: How do all these e-learning platforms stack up against one another in the eyes of potential employers?
For many Office 365 users, the “Enable Macros” dialogue box inspires uncertainty and trepidation. Rather than simply clicking “Cancel” every time, here’s a helpful guide for understanding when to enable and when to steer clear.