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You would be hard-pressed to find a person or a business today that doesn’t use the cloud. Several businesses today are using the cloud with tools, software, storage or communication. With the increased usage of the cloud - data security is especially important.
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During these unprecedented times, many workforces are significantly displaced. This can lead to the potential breakdown of communication and pitfalls in projects not being completed within the timelines set pre-epidemic. With this, now is the best time to implement project management software. Regardless of the size or scope of your business - implementing a project management tool can help to ensure tasks are assigned and completed.Read More >
What is project management?
Project management is the practice of managing a project. It is broken down into several phases and the most common are ideation, planning, execution, oversight, and delivering the work for the project to reach specific goals and meet timelines. That may sound simple, but there is a lot that goes into it at every stage of the process.Read More >
Working remotely is and can be a very sharp double-edged sword. Yes, you now get to reduce your commute and get to stay home, but this can be harder for many due to the lack of routine. Plus the distractions - whether it’s your children wanting your attention, a pile of dishes in the sink that suddenly looks more appealing than your work to-do list, or a quick three-hour binge of that one Netflix show you’ve been dying to watch, staying productive at home will for most take a little extra effort. Here are five tips to help you reclaim your 9 to 5, and boost productivity.Read More >
Benjamin Franklin said it best “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” Without taking the time to plan or set goals, you will wade through your days, weeks, and months to find it is December again and a new year is around the corner. Here are 4 tips to ensure you end 2019 with a plan going into 2020.Read More >
With the end of the year creeping closer, it is an excellent time to get feedback from employees to shape company plans for the coming year. Happy employees lead to greater productivity. A survey done by the University of Warwick found employees who were happy were also more productive, by about 12%. A similar study by the Harvard Business Review found happiness raises nearly every business and educational outcome: raising sales by 37%, productivity by 31%, and accuracy on tasks by 19%. Based on this, we have put together our tried and tested methods for gaining an insight on the company pulse.Read More >