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Work From Home: 20 Tech Tips

Go Paperless: Scan your papers.

Once your desk objects and devices are minimized, you still might be overwhelmed by the amount of paper in your office. From tax returns to gas receipts, the papers of a home office are vital but messy.

Although a heavy-duty wireless scanner is fantastic for scanning images and books, you’ll probably want something fast and easy to tackle your paper files. A small, portable scanner can sit on your desk without taking up much room.

Neat makes high-speed scanners in a variety of sizes, including mobile scanners, which are perfect for receipts. The company also makes software and packages to help you digitize all of your files.

  • killerclick
    Nice... but too bad I'll soon have a Skyrim icon on my desktop. I don't suppose there's a program to block that?
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  • I was just surfing for a To Do List App yesterday. Good timing! Thank you.
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  • tomate2
    Some people may not even made a jump from Hotmail... Windows Live also have a calendar for those who use Hotmail... Don't use it very much, but I think its a pretty capable online calendar as well...
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  • Really interesting article. Timers and self-restraint applications may be entering into my everyday quite soon.
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  • archange
    So, were there 20 or 21 tips? :)
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  • andywork78
    Evernote is great tool for followup.
    I use this tool for long time.
    Evernote for just take note down?
    You fail~ lol
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