Collaborative tools powered by cloud technology are making it easier for remote teams to accomplish as much apart as they would working in the same room, says Alltopstartups.com founder Thomas Oppong. He shares some of the best collaboration apps.
Live streaming is where users can broadcast a live event to an audience, and the audience can watch and interact in real time anywhere around the world. It’s like a webinar, but it’s done from a mobile device via an app. This technology launched in March, and its popularity is growing quickly.
The concept of quitting paper and going all-digital has been around a long time, but companies have been slow to make the transition. But more appear to be taking the plunge, says tech blogger Paul Mah.
Organizing your devices is an easy way to achieve organization in your life, writes Lifehack expert Louise Williams. These sorting tactics can help you organize your apps for easy access.
For those of us prone to email faux pas—like accidentally sending your brutally honest thoughts about a colleague to that person instead of the friend you meant them to go to—Google is here to help.
Check out these three "outside the box" engines.
Social media now has four detested words. They get a bad rap because of widespread overuse, but there are good examples, too.
Meeting with other business professionals who also want to expand their network has never been easier, writes Taylor Soper in GeekWire. Startup company Weave has created Concierge, an app that automates your networking.
Travel can become stressful quickly. Fortunately, there are plenty of free organizational apps to save the day—and they can save you money as well, writes Julie Kliegman for The Week. She recommends seven free apps that can make your traveling experience much easier.
Cloud computing allows businesses to increase productivity and decrease costs, but moving into the cloud can be a challenge, says Rick Delgado, Lifehack. These services can help smooth the transition.