5 Productivity Tips for Google Docs

Productivity Tips

While most people are used to using Microsoft Word for their writing and editing needs, Google Docs remains a worthy alternative. Since everything is in the cloud, it’s a great way to collaborate with other users and share documents. It will also free up some space on your computer. Here are a few tips for working with Google Docs. Type With Your Voice Google Docs has a voice to text

To Boost Productivity, Have You Tried Automation Apps For Multitasking?

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Companies regularly aim to boost productivity among employees. Employees themselves often look for ways to achieve more in a shorter amount of time, free up time for other activities, and avoid getting bogged down in costly errors and inefficiencies. There’s no shortage of articles advising people on how to become more productive. One strategy is to rely on automation apps for multitasking. Automation apps help employees handle a variety of

IT Consulting Services Allow You To Get More Done

Considering 4 Corner IT Consulting Services As a small or medium sized business owner, you are constantly being pulled in a hundred different directions. In order to have any hope of completing your todo list, you have no choice but to surround yourself with people you can trust to work just as hard for your business as you do. Investing in IT Consulting Services gives you one of the tools you need

BYOD Policies, Part 2: 3 Tips to Keep Your Program Running Smoothly

In Part I, we discussed how BYOD programs are becoming more common across a multitude of businesses and industries, and the downfall of BYODs. However, being that these programs are so popular, we also wanted to share a few helpful hints about what you can do to make the most of your BYOD program if you’ve decided it’s the best option for your company. 1. Have a multi-layered security &

Technology can hurt productivity


There is an 'instant' feeling to so much of what we do and expect to be done in life that this has kind of clouded the way we interact with one another. For example, if we receive an email, the sender expects an instant reply and if we don't reply within an often very narrow time frame, the sender will often move on. ‘Instant’ is a two way street, so