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These changes will make it easier to find certain items and increase consistency across Docs and Slides.
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A full 87% of employees surveyed have lost a USB drive and failed to notify their company.
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Ultimately, Team Drives help California Academy of Sciences operate without fear of lost data or out-of-date sharing preferences. This extra time saved allows employees to spend more time caring for a charismatic group of live animals and engaging with the museum’s visitors, rather than their screens.
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Musk predicted that his cars will be able to fully drive themselves better than a human in less than two years, and 10 times better in three years.
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You would have to be fairly detached from reality to have not noticed how working practices are changing. Things may be the same as always in your office, but across the world, a revolution is taking place.

Here at Kimbley IT we like to call it ‘Backpack Culture’; culture because this is much more than just a change in the way offices are arranged. Employees can now work from any location; with everything, they need to be productive in their backpack.
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Over the next five years, artificial intelligence (AI) will change the way we work and, in the process, transform businesses.
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Is your computer secretly mining crypto currencies?
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It’s true our service agreement is legendary in the IT support world for its length and detail. Many other IT professionals have openly said they envy the detail we go into and how clear it is for both us and you, the client. It is currently 35 pages in length and that should massively reassure you that you are getting a top rate service, that's been fully inspected and vetted to be fair to both parties.
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Email ain’t dead. Nearly 68% of teens and 73% of millennials prefer to receive business communication via email. But the way we use it needs to change...
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If your IT department or provider is insisting on forcing you to change your password at regular intervals, they are unknowingly weakening your security and should be made to stop
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