Getting Started

Knowing where to start with something new can be difficult so with Getting Started we bring together the essential information that will get you up and running in no time.,

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10 Things You Absolutely Must Do With Your New Apple Mac

Got a new Apple Mac?  Then here are 10 quick and easy things we think you absolutely must do.  Whether it is setting a good password or taking the amazing speech recognition for a spin, these top tips will help you get the most from your Mac.

27 Jan 2018 • 9 views

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What you need to know about the new CJSM Webmail service

CJSM are introducing a new version of the Webmail service which provides a number of welcome improvements.  For those using the Webmail service we have put together a short article to explain what's new, what hasn't changed and any common questions and answers.  Even if you use CJSM through your own Email application it may well be worth a read as you can use Webmail in combination with your existing set up.

14 Dec 2017 • 9 views

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Beefing up your Chambers Technology Support Email Security

Access to your Chambers Technology Support Email is secured by a logon ID and a password but ID's are easy to guess and there are various ways your password could be found out so to deal with possibility, an additional layer of security can be added to your Email account.  Here we explain what this is, why it is needed and how you can get started using it.

27 Jan 2017 • 9 views

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How to manage remuneration history in ECHO

ECHO provides the ability to easily record and report on remuneration for an individual. Different types of remuneration can be created such as Salary, Performance Bonus and Healthcare benfits and how these benefits change over time can be recorded.  Here we explain how to get started with the Remuneration component of ECHO.

10 Aug 2016 • 9 views

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ECHO Wallchart

The ECHO Wallchart provides an organisation with an easily accessible way to see who is away and when. The Wallchart integrates with other components of ECHO to present additional information such as leave entitlements, working hours and restricted leave periods. Employee confidentiality and privacy is protected with using controls which govern what can be seen and by whom.

27 Apr 2016 • 9 views

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Getting Started with Remote Support

Remote Support is a means by which we can remotely work with you on your computer and investigate or fixed problems without you needing to hang around waiting for someone to arrive.  Here we explain how it works and how you can get more from the service.

22 Feb 2016 • 9 views

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The CTS Web Writers Style Guide

Being consistent in how articles are written lets readers concentrate on what you have written as well as making it easier for you to write your article.  The CTS Web Writers Style Guide provides you with the rules and guidance needed when writing articles for the web.

21 Jan 2016 • 9 views

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InfoPoint Items Explained

InfoPoint is a module of the ECHO Intranet and is used to store and organise different bits of information. In this article we explain the different types of information you can store in InfoPoint.

6 Nov 2015 • 9 views