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Security Issues: Tailgating and Physical Security

Social engineering scams come in many forms. Have you thought about what to do when a hacker shows up at your front door? On this episode of One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will go over some steps to protect yourself from an attack called “tailgating”, where hackers disguise themselves as legitimate vendors and try to infiltrate your office.

Viewing Public Calendars in Outlook

Do you need help planning out your workday with another department? Are there upcoming company meetings or events that you want to stay up to date on? On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Melanie Nunn will show you how to access a public calendar in Outlook to easily stay up to date with company-wide appointments, events and more.

Access Quick Notes From Any Device

Now that you know how to create Quick Notes in Microsoft OneNote, find out how to access them from any device! On this episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Isaac McIntosh will show you how to access saved Quick Notes by logging into the Office 365 portal through a browser, so you can look through your notes without having to be at your desktop.

Creating Microsoft Quick Notes

Microsoft OneNote has a great feature that allows you to create a digital sticky-note called a Quick-Note. Tylen Wells will show you how to create these Quick-Notes to keep a to-do list, jot reminders for yourself, and pin them on your desktop stay productive and informed throughout the day!

Organizing Your Bookmarks

As you collect bookmarks for the sites you visit, you’ll need a method for organizing and storing those pages to avoid clutter. Well, on today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Michael Yu will show you how to make bookmark folders in Google Chrome for a clean browser and easy access to your favorite sites.

Managing Bookmarks in Chrome

Are you repeatedly using the same web pages for your work? Then it’s time to be efficient and get instant access to them whenever you need! Well in today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Andy Shin will teach you how to store those frequently visited files by creating bookmarks in Google Chrome.

Setting Up Outlook Auto Replies

This week on One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will be going over setting an Outlook Auto Reply. Quickly and easily let people know when you’re out of the office, on vacation, or otherwise unavailable for a period of time. This is a great way to manage your inbox when on vacation, for example—giving info about where you are and when you’ll be back can help slow the flood of incoming emails while you’re gone.

Recovering Unsaved Files

Most people have forgotten to save a document and lost their work at one point or another, and it’s a terrible experience every time! Luckily, Microsoft Office has a recovery feature that can sometimes restore lost documents that you were working on. Today, Andrew Perlas will take you through the process for recovering lost files, so you can get back on track!

Security Issues: Holiday Shopping

During the holidays, cybercriminals and hackers prey on shoppers with a host of scams like fake ads, phishing emails, malicious apps and more. So on today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Drew Lawson will give you some steps you can take to stay secure and protect your sensitive data during this season.

Setting Up An Email Delay

Have you ever sent an email you immediately regretted? On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Mark Perez will show you how to prevent this by setting up a rule that delays sending your email by five minutes. Any sent email will wait in your Outbox, giving you some time to think and proofread before the email goes out.