Business Technology That Helps You Get More Done
Are you using your tech tools to their full potential? From virtual hangouts and social media scheduling tools to file sharing and the latest in smartphones, these are the tech tools that can help you get more done on the job.
Schedule Social Media in a Snap
Whether you’re posting articles to your blog, updating LinkedIn or sending out 140-character messages via your agency’s Twitter handle, you can benefit from using a social media scheduling tool. Hootsuite is great for both businesses and individuals. According to data reported by the scheduling platform, more than 10 million professionals use its services. In addition to making social scheduling both fast and simple, Hootsuite offers valuable insight into areas of your businesses, such as capturing important analytics and measuring your social ROI. Not only can this tool help you get more done, it can make your business better, too.
The modern workplace allows for its employees to work remotely, whether it’s from home or while traveling. It’s not always easy to manage everyone’s work, especially if they’re not in the same working space. That’s why the collaborative tool Asana is so valuable. Built for the modern workplace, Asana enables teams to track their work and get more done. Users can track projects from the start to the finish with a clear look at responsibilities and next steps. Asana’s dashboards and inboxes allow for quick and clear communication, so there’s no clicking through emails to find an important note. Asana also can keep track of your files, including Dropbox and Google Docs.
Access Files Anywhere
With the influx of availability of remote work, it’s important to have access to documents and files on the go. Not too long ago, work-related files and critical documents were all stored in filing cabinets at the workspace. While you still may use some forms of old-fashioned pen and paper documents, storing files in the cloud is becoming a popular choice among companies and individuals. SugarSync, a cloud-based storage and file-sharing platform, gives its users access to files and previous versions of the document. It’s easy to navigate because of its simplistic design, and it can be accessed virtually anywhere from any type of device, allowing you to get more done on the go.
Staying connected is key. From taking client calls to interviewing prospective candidates, you never want to miss an important call or message. The most efficient and powerful model to date, Apple’s iPhone 6 offers an A8 chip with a 64-bit architecture, a 4.7-inch retina display, Wi-Fi calling and Siri, the iPhone’s intelligent assistant. Having a reliable smartphone like the iPhone 6 makes your job easier. Plus, smartphones can be used to access files, send emails and conduct quick web searches in a hurry with just the tap of a screen.
Online interviews are growing in popularity. Not only are they more convenient, they are cost-efficient as well. HR professionals can use apps or programs like Google Hangouts or Skype to conduct interviews with potential candidates who can’t make it into the office due to their location. These types of apps make collaboration easy, too. In just seconds you can be connected to a business partner or client who’s on the other side of the county, chatting face-to-face (well, sort of).
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