An unfocused staff is a recipe for a lack of productivity. And with distractions like social media, broken equipment and technology, and employees who’d rather spend their day chatting than doing their job, it may seem impossible to get your team to produce the results you desire.
First we told you it was no longer enough to simply have a web site. Now it’s not even enough that you’re on social media. Mobile is huge – it’s all everyone is talking about – and to truly be effective in your marketing efforts, your focus now needs to be on ensuring that all aspects of your communications are mobile-friendly.
Cloud computing marketing can be deceiving. When you see an image of the cloud, it’s often a happy, bubbly white puffball floating delightfully in front of a blue sky background. Its presence is both calming and reassuring, and makes you believe that anything is possible.
The data dashboard has become increasingly popular for businesses over the past few years – it is a great data visualization tool that allows you to have an overview of your business at a glance. Since we all are more accustomed to taking in visual data than written words, dashboards are an important part of any successful data analytics process.
If you enjoy being able to use Facebook Messenger without seeing endless advertisements, then prepare to be disappointed. It appears that those days are numbered, since the social networking giant has announced its plans to make the service ad-supported.
Fans of Google’s Chromebook line of laptops will be happy to know that its latest edition, the Pixel, is here. With a high-resolution touchscreen that’s more advanced than the latest MacBook, as well as other cutting-edge features, it’s a pretty tempting piece of kit.
When it comes to working in the office, a lot of things can hamper your productivity. Some of them are easy to deal with, such as redundant email checking and social media updates, while others are more difficult to handle, such as sudden power outages.
Well, you created a business page for Facebook, you patted yourself on the back, kicked up your feet and waited for the flood of new business to come in. How’d that work out for you? Probably not so well. But this doesn’t mean you should give up and turn your back on social media.
Whether you’re a small business owner or managing a medium-sized company, you must have a business continuity plan (BCP) to safeguard your business against disasters. But developing a BCP that’s capable of putting your company back on its feet fast is equally as important as having one in the first place.
The Windows Phone is Microsoft’s mobile version of Windows, featuring a slick user interface and many winning applications to boot. It’s ideal for those who prefer a functional smartphone at an affordable price. Since its first appearance in 2010, Microsoft has fixed several usability issues to make the Windows Phone an easier to use device than ever.