The world is becoming increasingly connected, especially when you look at all the different apps on your device and computer. The problem for some though is that all these apps simply aren’t connected enough, and it takes time to share information across devices or services.
The vast majority of countries in the West have some requirement or law that states that businesses need to meet the needs of their employees. For many businesses this means implementing systems that afford a duty of care and allow employees to do their job adequately.
People today are relying on their iPhones more than ever before, especially when it comes to keeping contact information like names, numbers, and email addresses. Despite its ease of access, having to update your contact information every time someone changes their number can be a pain.
Because much of our personal and work lives are online these days, it can be challenging for some users to actually differentiate between a work and personal profile, especially when many use the same email address. For Gmail users, there is a solution that could help separate work from personal lives, and important from unimportant messages.
There are a number of beneficial tech solutions available to business owners who are looking to improve system efficiency or reduce operating costs. One of the most useful is virtualization, or the migration of physical systems to virtual counterparts.
The data your business generates and captures is among the one of the most important assets available to yourself and your and employees. Unfortunately, the amount of data available is growing exponentially and it can quickly overwhelm many positions.
The app is arguably the most important part of the iPad. After all, it is the apps that give the device it’s unparalleled usability and features. A common issue many users come across though is that they often have a large number of apps and it can be tough to figure out what apps you have installed, or even to find all of your apps.
Microsoft Excel has become an increasingly versatile work application catering to most businesses, big and small. While most users are familiar with all the functions the app has to offer, many are still unaware that you can add a header or footer to your spreadsheets.
The iPad has become one of the most popular business tools, and earlier this year it became even more useful when Microsoft released iPad optimized versions of their popular Office apps. Office 365 subscribers can now access, edit, create, and share PowerPoint, Excel, and Word docs from their device.
While email is one of the most useful communication tools of the modern age, many people find it to be too impersonal for some business circumstances; preferring face-to-face interaction instead. For Google Apps users, there is one app that could be really helpful in increasing personal communication: Hangouts.