Windows 11, Being Flexible and Productive

This week, Augusto Pinaud and Ray Sidney-Smith discuss their tips on how to move more productively, Windows 11, Being Flexible and Productive, and more productivity and technology news this week. Enjoy!

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In this Cast | Windows 11, Being Flexible and Productive

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Headlines & Show Notes | Windows 11, Being Flexible and Productive

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Google Contacts rolling out new people pages optimized for Workspace

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