Smart And Safe Travel Tips For The Business Woman

Today women travel frequently and this also all over the world. Most manage to reconcile professional and private life. Statistics reveal that almost 50% of business travelers are women and the number continues to grow every day. Traveling in less time means being organized and ready to go. Be smart and plan well for the future

  1. Keep a list of babysitters who want to participate, even overnight if necessary, in a tab. Keep a small book handy in which you jot down things like what the kids eat, their hours, their important phone numbers, their likes and dislikes, along with the numbers of the doctors and a list of medications, including known allergies.
  2. Always have a travel bag packed and ready to go. Pack plenty of clothing so they tend to lean towards you regardless of the weather at your destination. Wear easy-care clothes and dark colors on trips. It’s flawless, wrinkle-free and wraps up well.
  3. Always eat light and cooked foods, avoid raw salads, water and ice. It is advisable to have a snack before the flight and also try to sleep during the flight. In this way you will arrive renewed at your destination. Make sure you drink plenty of bottled water while traveling.
  4. Set a time to call home in time zones that work for you and your loved ones. Be sure to get memories for your family members, as well as the babysitter and others who relax during your absence. Show them that you care.
  5. Put safety first. Always put a “do not disturb” sign on your hotel door and if you are nervous, put a chair under the door handle just like in the movies. Keep your mobile phone on and fully charged at all times and carry protection in the form of pepper spray, alarm or if you are trained and authorized for a small gun with your safety. Police in most cities organize training classes for women to learn how to protect themselves and what to do in an emergency. Try to make time to attend these.
  6. Avoid dark hallways and deserted roads. Never talk to strangers or accept food or drink from someone you don’t know. While traveling, don’t leave food or drink unattended. Be vigilant at all times.
  7. Choose a hotel carefully. Choose to stay in established hotels or small inns and B & Bs where the owners are generally members of the family. Always email and fax details of accommodation arrangements and travel plans to your home and office.
  8. Always carry important documents, money, traveler’s checks, and a passport in a money belt that you wear around your waist.
  9. Always act with confidence and move in groups, there is always safety in numbers.
  10. If you are sick, go to a state hospital. Never go to a private clinic.
  11. Never travel with valuables such as jewelry and always carry a small lamp and medical equipment with you.
  12. For safety reasons, make arrangements with your family to take appropriate action if you do not communicate with them as planned.

Avoid room service and meals in the hotel dining room. Never reveal details of where you came from or your travel plans to anyone.

Be alert and smart and you can travel long and safely.

Personalize your experiences and be more productive

New features in Microsoft To Do make it easy to share menus, and Edge makes it easy to navigate PDF files.

Share your personal to-do lists with your work account – Many of us blend the boundaries between our personal and work lives with our email, web browsers, lists, and other tools. It is not uncommon for you to need to share things between personal and work accounts. To help make shared to-do lists more seamless, Microsoft To Do will now allow you to share lists from personal accounts to work accounts. Whether you’re creating a shopping list with your family or a project list with a third-party vendor, collaborating on To Do has never been easier. Users can start sharing personal lists today.

Quickly navigate PDF files and more with new Edge features – Table of contents support is one of the most sought after features in our original PDF wizard. Now you can quickly navigate your PDF by clicking on the linked sections in the table of contents. You can now also set Edge as the default browser on iOS14 so that web links you click open in Microsoft Edge. We are also pleased to announce that you can easily compare the price of the product you want with other retailers in the groups. Soon, we will also add a proactive price comparison and coupons to help you save time and money.

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Stay protected and check app compatibility
New features in Microsoft Defender Antivirus help small and medium businesses understand the nature of threats, and App Assure now supports ARM64 Windows 10 PCs.

Gain more visibility and control over how Microsoft Defender Antivirus keeps you protected – Understanding the nature of threats is critical to defending your business against cyber threats. Starting next month, we’re rolling out a new experience in the Microsoft 365 admin center that will give IT teams in small and medium-sized businesses a single place to see how Defender Antivirus protects their Windows 10 devices. device and threat status, and investigate Threats, take action. The new capabilities apply to all Windows 10 devices registered with Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Intune) with the Microsoft 365 Business Premium subscription plan.

Get help with app compatibility issues on Windows 10 ARM64 PCs – 2 years ago, we launched App Assure to help our customers address app compatibility issues. Last month, we announced that we are now providing application compatibility assistance for Windows 10 on ARM64 PCs. This means that if you encounter application compatibility issues on Windows 10 ARM64 PCs such as Surface Pro X, we will help you resolve them at no additional cost. This is part of the FastTrack feature, which is at no additional cost with eligible Microsoft 365 and Windows 10 plans that include more than 150 licenses.