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Gain more productivity from your technology

Gain more productivity from your technology

Every day it seems like there’s some new revolutionary technology, app, or update released that’s touted as the answer to our productivity woes. And while technology sure can solve a lot of problems, does it always make our jobs easier? If you take a moment to think seriously about this, you’ll likely agree that technology can sometimes actually be a hindrance.

4 ways to save your business from disaster

4 ways to save your business from disaster

The one mistake most small business owners make is not thinking about a disaster before it happens. Unfortunately, when their businesses are threatened with a sudden flood and massive data loss, it’s already cost them plenty of time and money. Disasters can come in a variety of forms, whether as a result of natural causes or man-made errors – but it’s important to remember that the damage they cause can be minimized.

Benefits of data warehouses for business

Benefits of data warehouses for business

In today’s competitive business environment, large companies have operations in many places within their home country and other parts of the world. Each of their branch offices may generate huge volumes of data on a daily basis, and corporate decision makers require access to those data sources.

An empty inbox is now possible with Office 365

An empty inbox is now possible with Office 365

It’s a fact of life that many of us receive an overwhelming amount of email everyday. And peeling through all of it can prove a major waste of time. Office 365’s new Clutter feature offers a solution that will bring order back to your inbox. Want to learn how? Here’s the lowdown on this new feature that may forever change the way you manage your emails.

Get more done in meetings with Do.com

Get more done in meetings with Do.com

Are your corporate meetings the hotbed of productivity and decision making that they should be? Probably not. Of the billions of meetings held in organizations around the world each year, too many are slow, lacking pace and without focus – and, in truth, plenty of those meetings probably don’t even need to be held in the first place.