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August 2020 Tech Update Newsletter

Work From Home

Work-From-Home Strategies -
The Finer Points

Many organizations transitioned a substantial portion of their team members to work-from-home (WFH) environments in early 2020. As a response COVID-19, WFH strategies allowed team members to work while reducing the risk of contracting the virus. However, many WFH implementations were rushed and focused only on the technologies necessary to facilitate remote work. Read on to learn about the “finer points” of WFH accommodations – things that your team may have overlooked thus far.

Converting and Importing PDF Data Into Excel

Excel's New "LET" Function Can Simplify
Your Formulas

If you access Excel through an Office 365/Microsoft 365 subscription, get ready for the new LET function. LET began appearing in select releases of Excel in July 2020 and will continue to roll-out over the upcoming year. In essence, LET allows you to declare and store a variable inside a formula. Once you establish the variable with LET, you can then use that variable repeatedly in the same formula. In this article, you will learn how Excel’s new LET function can simplify your formulas.

Office 365

Significant Changes For Microsoft Office Are On The Way

Significant changes for Microsoft Office – a “staple” technology in most businesses – are on the way! Although Microsoft announced these changes previously, many professionals remain unaware of them. Further, many have not yet prepared to manage through these changes to minimize disruption. In this article, you will learn about the coming changes for Office. Moreover, you will also learn what you should do now to prepare for them.


Blackbaud Ransomware Attack Reiterates The Need For Strong Cybersecurity Controls

Software publisher Blackbaud recently reported that the firm was a target of a ransomware attack. The attack, which occurred in May, affected numerous universities, alumni organizations, and other organizations that use the company’s administration, fundraising, and financial management software. Although the hack occurred in May, Blackbaud did not report the incident until July. In this article, you will learn more about the attack and what you can do to avoid becoming yet another victim of ransomware.

K2 Enterprises Highlights
September Webinars

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