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Whether you need to move people or packages, working with aggregators such as these can net you a great deal.
Nathan McAlone, writing at Business Insider Australia, suggests apps and other additions to make Google’s Gmail even easier to use and more helpful.
Most of us are always looking for new ways to get through our to-do lists and make the most of each day. Christina Desmarais at Inc.com has come up with a list of seven digital tools to help you do just that.
LinkedIn is a powerful tool for connecting with prospects and hiring new employees. But for many, unlocking its potential is a challenge. Here are some of the best tips.
Operate Google Docs with your keyboard alone  ... Get the right-click menu without any clicking ... Dropdown Format menus.
With social media being perhaps the most popular way to connect with customers and build brand awareness, advice on how best to use it comes from every direction. However, here are four pieces of advice you can probably ignore.
Often quoted expert Jeff Bullas names these three social media management apps among his top 17 for 2016.
Last time, we gave you a midlevel guide to leadership strategy on Twitter. This time we’re going back to basics.

What should be on a form? What is a good starting place to create this or that type of record?

It’s no secret that plenty of employees spend at least some of the workday visiting social media sites, either on their office computers or their smartphones.

Almost everyone has a Gmail account. And, if you do, you also have access to many other tools, including Google Drive, which allows you to create spreadsheets, documents, presentations and more.

Add flexibility to your operation by considering moving beyond the office.
With the addition of third-party tools and apps, Twitter might be the most powerful of all social media sites.
When you are traveling for work, life in the workplace goes on.
Social media sometimes baffles even The New York Times.
Many CEOs strive to stay close to their customers. But John Legere can’t help it.
Password apps have become more and more robust over the past several years; here's some help sorting out the best.
Are your employees' tweets company records? Well, that depends.
Many organizations have turned to Google for their office productivity software needs, leaving the seasoned Office user a bit lost when it comes to more advanced capabilities.
Despite recent court rulings, some social media items can be bad enough to warrant termination.
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