Using a few tech tools can make your meeting and your note-taking go a lot smoother. Christopher Null at PC World offers three suggestions to get the job done easier.
While everyone has been using Facebook and Twitter, it seems, Google+ has been gaining ground. Here's a basic primer on getting around Google+.
By providing a secure place to upload and share files anywhere, Dropbox can help boost productivity both in the office and on the go. What some people don’t know is that there’s also a way for other people to upload files into it.
Apps for smartphones and tablets make business easier. In Industry Week, Jeffrey Hayzlett, former chief marketing officer at Kodak, picks these best apps for business.
Here are three websites to make your party, annual conference or gift exchange more festive.
With so many distractions available via social media sites and other online pursuits, maintaining your focus at work is becoming increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are applications to help you regain that focus.
You have only one chance to make a great first impression, especially these days when that first impression is probably an email or a document. Here are the top three online subscription-based grammar services, according to the 2013 Best Online Grammar Checker Reviews and Comparisons.
Facebook is becoming the watercooler of the modern age. Unfortunately, a mistake at the watercooler is limited to a local area, but a mistake on Facebook might be seen globally. Five common mistakes:
A new calendar application is entering the market to help users not only track their own meetings and events, but follow a network of activities and interests.
Apps for smartphones and tablets are making business easier. But wading through thousands of them? Not so much. Jeffrey Hayzlett, consultant and former chief marketing officer at Kodak, picks these 10.