Being Busy Does not always Mean High Work Productivity

Posted by Kevin Gray

Sep 22, 2016 9:00:00 AM

Now more than ever before, being busy is the norm, yet it always seems like there is more to do. Why is this, and how can you get things done while still achieving a healthy work-life balance?

In reality, many of the things that you think are helping you get things done are actually making you even busier. Office productivity actually suffers, rather than improving, when you are too busy, leaving you with more still to do every day. Here are three common busyness traps, and what you can do to take back your time.

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Topics: business technology, productivity

Will a 2-in-1 Laptop Hybrid Work for You?

Posted by Kevin Gray

Sep 15, 2016 9:43:05 AM

The 2-in-1, or laptop hybrid, is a nifty piece of computer hardware that combines features found in both laptops and tablets. If you are considering purchasing this device for work, make sure that it incorporates the features that you need and fits with your current business technology framework. It should also feel comfortable during regular use.

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Topics: business technology, computer hardware

Is Google Keep or Evernote the Best App to Take Notes on the Go?

Posted by Kevin Gray

Sep 9, 2016 12:13:51 PM

In today’s information driven world, it is impossible to remember everything you want. Whether you are a busy executive, student, or organizational fanatic, there is now a better way to quickly organize your thoughts and ideas. Note-taking apps let you write or speak your notes into the nearest device, which immediately synchronize across all your devices. With your ideas backed up in the cloud, you will never lose them and can search through them later via a simple text box.

Depending on your needs, some note-taking apps are more suited for your business compared to others. Some applications resemble a filing cabinet, notebook or sticky notes, offering a comfortable interface for all user preferences. With this technology - you can write, annotate, cut, paste and manipulate notes from various sources. So, what is the best app to take notes on the go?

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Topics: cloud computing, productivity