Outlook won’t start – what now?

You cannot start Microsoft Outlook, your calendar is no longer accessible, an important e-mail can no longer be retrieved – when Microsoft’s popular and useful e-mail program fails, you have to laboriously access your inbox via your e-mail provider’s website. Usually, a defective Navigation Pane, outdated add-ins, or a profile in need of repair are at fault. Even with issues lacking clearly...

The best alternatives to MailChimp: a comparison of e-mail marketing tools

If you plan to send newsletters, you’ll stumble across MailChimp sooner or later. But even though this option might seem like the king of the jungle, there are many alternatives on the market. These competitors provide interesting opportunities for experts as well as beginners. So that you don’t lose sight of things, we’ll introduce the top 7 MailChimp alternatives.

OneNote alternatives: A comparison of digital notebooks

Microsoft OneNote remains one of the most frequently used digital notebooks. Above all, the most impressive aspect is its structured, multifunctional layout. However, OneNote does not stand alone in the world of digital notebooks. Other programs offer similar, even broader functions, and are also compatible with more operating systems than Windows. We present you the six best alternatives to...

Free Outlook alternatives at a glance

Traditional e-mail is still a big part of online communication for private and for business use, with many users typically opting for Outlook as their e-mail client. For PC users, Microsoft is practically an essential, but many private users and small businesses often look for alternatives. Luckily, there is a great number of free e-mail programs available for anyone put off by Outlook’s licensing...

Outlook Google Calendar Sync – bring your appointments into accord

In order to keep track of important meetings, many people use their Outlook calendar. Meanwhile, Google Calendar has established itself as a viable alternative, especially among smartphone users. You can now sync Outlook with Google Calendar so that you don't lose track when using both calendars or accidentally plan two events on the same date. Ensure that you always have all of your appointments...

Six free alternatives to Microsoft Office

Microsoft Office is the most widely used Office package and, without a doubt, will remain to be for professional purposes. For users who often exchange documents with others, its compatibility gives it an unbeatable advantage. The biggest disadvantage, however, is the high cost of using Microsoft Office. Microsoft Office alternatives are usually more cost-effective, especially when the software is...

Office 365 for Businesses: The MS Office 365 suite - part two

Office 365 is more than just the successor of Microsoft Office 2013. The Office 365 plans and subscription that you choose should be carefully thought-out; for an overview, read the first part of our Office series. This second part examines the SME plans: Office 365 Business, Office 365 Business Essentials, and Office 365 Business Premium, to help small and medium-sized enterprises decide on the...

Office 365 pricing: Office 365 – part three

Microsoft offers the popular cloud-based Office suite as a subscription. In addition to popular applications such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook, and Access, Office 365 also includes online services, such as OneDrive cloud storage and SharePoint’s content management system. We provide you with an overview of the software’s main user plans for private users and business customers,...

Buying Office 365 online: Office 365 – part one

Office 365 is Microsoft’s way of offering its beloved productivity software in the cloud. Users can benefit from numerous functions that enable central data storage and collaborative editing of documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and more. When it comes to buying Office 365, you’ll need a subscription – instead of a one-off payment like the traditional desktop installation of Office, Office...

Overview of six of the best free e-mail providers

Everyday around the globe over two billion e-mails are sent; the majority of which are sent free of charge. The quality and quantity of features offered by free e-mail providers is forever improving – ever increasing amounts of storage space, greater levels of security, and more modern user interfaces are all being made available free of charge. But the list of possible providers is long and in...