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bCentral June 2005  

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Need advice on choosing your next device? Take our interactive test to find the mobile technology which suits your needs best, from laptops and Tablets to smartphones and Pocket PCs.

Mobile and flexible working

Mobile working used to mean a heavy laptop and a bag full of cables. Not any more. Today's mobile devices are as powerful as yesterday's PCs, and fit comfortably in your pocket too. With the right systems back at base, you can work with your company data, wherever the work takes you. bCentral has all you need to know about going mobile, whether it's around your office, or down the pub. Cheers!

Find Wi-Fi hotspots near you
Nearly 9,000 locations in the UK now offer wireless internet access. Try bCentral's new hotspot search engine: tell us where you are, or where you're going, and we'll give you a map showing where you can get online.

Why you should network your office PCs
Is your office networked yet? You could be saving time and money by sharing equipment and internet access among all your office computers. And if you go down the wireless route, you could be up and running by tomorrow.

Beat the clock
You work hard, but do you work efficiently? Our interactive toolkit will help you find out. Answer a few simple questions and get custom tips to help you make more of your time. (Free registration required.)

Mobile working really works
Rob Burr is a personal trainer, who knows all about being flexible. He spends most of his day travelling between clients, using a Pocket PC to keep track and keep in touch. Find out how he does it.

June's software tip
Let Excel's AutoFilter cut your data down to size. Click on Tools, Filter and AutoFilter. You'll see drop-down menus at the top of each column, letting you show only the rows containing a certain value, or sort in ascending or descending order. Read more tips.

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