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Depending on how deeply you or your organization is entrenched in Microsoft or Google technology, you will look to different types of note-taking apps to meet your needs. Let’s review and compare three popular (or soon-to-be popular) offerings.
With the growing popularity of social media, more information is being shared. Without security measures in place, for you personally and for your business, this could be disastrous.

G Suite tips

by on October 5, 2017 5:00pm
in Office Technology,Web Tools

Considering G Suite? Check out these resources.
The Docs app in Google Drive allows you to “type” a document with your voice. This can come in handy when you want to create a document with instructions on how to do something, while you are doing the thing the document is about. It is often so much easier to describe the steps while you are doing them.
Managing everything that needs to be done can be overwhelming. Luckily there are project management applications that can help you stay organized both in and out of the office.
Sometimes it’s good to have an “objective” (nonairline) tool to help you track your travel.
Cleaning up junk mail ... Recalling a message
What if you could get hundreds of people’s perspectives from an event, location or time frame? It would provide such a richness of knowledge and insight that could be used for business intelligence.
Here are three of the top sites that will help you find the specialized skills you need for that one-off job or occasional task.
Across all industries and companies of all sizes, content marketing is proving to be both cheaper and more successful than traditional outbound marketing. The problem, however, is that with so many businesses doing it, it can be difficult to differentiate yourself.
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