A common problem many business owners and employees run across with the Internet and smartphones is that the apps and programs are often too disparate, and not connected enough. This can be a drag for productivity, especially if you have to keep repeating the same tasks.
Many countries around the world require businesses to implement systems and tools, which often includes technology, that meets the needs of all employees. This includes employees who have disabilities or special requirements. Because of this, it has become nearly essential for companies to develop an accessible technology plan for when certain technology needs arise.
Today, more than ever before, business owners and managers are relying on their iPhone to keep contact information on hand. But depending solely on your iPhone to store vital data has its drawbacks as people move and change their numbers all the time.
Email is one of the most highly personal tools on the Web. After all, it is our email that we often use to support our online identity. We use it to sign up with different services, and even use it as our main username for many services. The problem is, it can be tough to sort important from unimportant emails.
Most of our News Feeds on Facebook are a constantly changing mesh of links, posts, shares, and likes. If you see something interesting on your News Feed, for example a link to an article, you likely need to click on it right away or you won’t be able to find it again with the influx of posts and information.
While there are numerous tech systems available to small and medium size businesses, one of the most useful has proven to be virtualization. This movement of physical systems to a virtual counterpart offers many benefits when implemented correctly. Administered poorly however and you could see systems fail.
The iPad has become one of the most favorite devices of business owners and managers the world over. While the usability and mobility of these devices is almost unparalleled, there are some common issues that crop up. One of the biggest, is that it can be somewhat confusing to keep track of all the apps you’ve installed.
Android is steadily gaining popularity with business users around the world. One issue many holdouts have with the system however is that it’s often too open to be completely managed by the office, or it’s too open to ensure security. In an effort to increase usability for businesses, Google has announced a new feature – Android Work – which will have a number of work-specific features.
It’s undeniable that Microsoft Excel is one of the most popular spreadsheet applications used by businesses today. Not only does it simplify the process of creating spreadsheets with complex built-in formulas and colorful, descriptive charts, but it also allows you to add headers and footers.
Office for iPad was introduced earlier this year, and with it came full versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint that were optimized for use on Apple’s popular tablet. While the apps have been popular, especially with Office 365 users, there is always room for improvement.