By: Amanda Ngo, Becky Chawner, and Jenna Harrity Microsoft Word is an essential tool for many people nowadays from students to professionals. Most people know basic shortcuts like copy (Ctrl+C) and paste (Ctrl+V) – but did you know there are many more? The iWorks Documentation team has compiled five unique shortcuts that we use in […]
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While many of the iWorks Media Room articles highlight our employees’ work expertise in topics ranging from project management to technical writing, today we’re featuring a different side: our employees’ hobbies.
Curious what it takes to pass the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam? Here are three things I learned studying for – and passing – the PMP exam.
Keeping our data safe at home is just as important as keeping it safe at work. Here are some more tips on how to keep yourself and your information out of the hands of those who would take advantage of it.
Chances are if you are reading this article, you have already done project management. The truth is, we apply project management skills to daily tasks and everyday life…
In June 2021, the iWorks Media Room celebrates one year since it first went live on June 11, 2020.
The internet is awash in statistics about how many times you’ll change jobs during your working life. But what if there was a career where changing jobs was a good thing? Information Technology (IT) is an incredibly broad field in terms of the skills and experience needed to build solutions that satisfy customers.
For close to two decades, teams practicing the Scrum software development methodology have been asking and answering the 3 Questions defined in the Scrum Guide. With the latest revision to the Guide, however, the 3 Questions have been removed to reduce confusion and better highlight the focus of the Daily Scrum: achieving the Sprint Goal.
The time of year is upon us when individuals and families alike come together to clean every nook and cranny of their homes and go through their belongings with a fine-tooth comb – otherwise known as spring cleaning.
Organizations have, over the years, had a tumultuous relationship with employees working from home. It’s often a large-scale disaster or unforeseen event that causes changes to those expectations and policies. In early 2010, the US federal government realized it had a problem when several feet of snow blanketed the east coast, shutting down the Washington DC Metro area and brought everything to a halt.