Technology gets some criticism as a time suck, but there are lots of tools out there to help you get more done in less time. Consider trying some of these suggested by TJ McCue, Small Business Trends.
If you’re drowning in a sea of business cards, Alex Cavoulacos suggests going digital with CardMunch, a free application that turns business cards into iPhone address-book contacts.
Some employers are turning to technology companies such as Retrofit to help employees shed pounds and kick unhealthy habits, Lora Kolodny writes in The Wall Street Journal.
To honor your support staff during Administrative Professionals Week (April 20-26), share this handy tool, which, as of year-end, had diverted more than a billion junk emails.
The World Wide Web turned 25 on March 12. Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s 1989 invention transformed the Internet from the geeky domain of techies and scientists into a tool for the masses.
If your iPhone or iPad is running slow, it’s probably either your Internet connection or all those tabs you still have open. Thorin Klosowski, Lifehacker, reports that iPad Insight points out that you can just enable private browsing.
As the expert in finding information, Google’s newest product, Google Helpouts, connects people who need help with the experts who help via video.
If you’ve ever wondered, “Am I making a comparable salary?”, there are great information resources to stop wondering and start knowing. The following sites were tested using the title Technical Trainer with relatively consistent results.
If you use a Gmail account, you may be missing out on some great hidden features. Here's a list of the top nine that you might not have discovered yet.
AllThings is a user-friendly application that can help you organize pretty much anything, Alan Henry writes. More than a checklist, it lets users create tasks, upload files, set up lists of projects and tasks, set deadlines and organize projects by tags and filters.