With the holiday season officially behind us, most of us are back to the grind, working towards our 2018 goals and resolutions. “Be more productive” is a goal shared by many. IT marketers will tell you technology is the key to being more productive in today’s workplace. Most fail to tell you that’s only true when
“But we’ve always done it this way.” As a business leader, you would never accept that response from one of your staff members if you observed them performing a task in a manner you know is unproductive or unprofitable. Lost time and lost opportunity equate to lost revenue. You know this and you likely work
As another year draws to a close, we typically begin having thoughts like “out with the old and in with the new.” We create new budgets set new goals as we look forward to another successful year of business. How much thought are you giving to the technology tools that you use in your business?
While the cloud has become a mainstream concept in businesses of all sizes, many small firms are still trying to determine the role that the cloud plays in their organization. A study released in early 2016 showed that while cloud adoption continues to increase among small and mid-size businesses, 48% of those organizations have yet
In January I introduced five tech resolutions for 2016. Among them was a resolution to make better use of software you already own. This month’s article is dedicated to helping you discover productivity tricks within Microsoft Word, a software tool I’m confident many readers use regularly. When you think of Microsoft Word you likely regard
School is back in session and the lazy, hazy days of summer are now behind us. Did you notice a decline in productivity across your workplace over these last couple of months? If so, you are not alone. A recent productivity study showed that workplace productivity drops significantly during the summer months. Employee attendance decreases