Multitasking is a rather complicated topic, but the point is that it's not all bad, and mobile productivity apps help you multitask in the right way. Productivity Apps for Businesses. Of course, there are plenty of productivity apps that fit better for business cases than home and personal life.
We have stand-up meetings at Buffer, and since we’re a distributed a team that connects online, our stand-ups don’t necessarily mean we all stand up (although some of us could be standing, I guess!). Still, the name for the stand-up meeting did originate from standing. The thinking goes: The longer you stand, the more uncomfortable you’ll get.
LibreOffice is a powerful all-in-one office suite that combines pretty much everything you need to increase workflow productivity. It embeds several applications including Writer, the word processor, calculator, the spreadsheet application, Impress, the presentation engine, Base, an able-bodied database/database front end, and Math for editing mathematics.
While it is common to refer to "the Microsoft Office suite" as a singular entity, Microsoft does not include every program in every version of Microsoft Office. Every Microsoft Office suite offers Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, but the suites contain different features and programs for home and business users, people who need access only on the Internet and those who need offline access, and for different payment options.
So while it might seem efficient on the surface, it isn’t – studies show that multi-tasking can reduce productivity by as much as 40%. (Photo credit: Shutterstock) One of my clients, a new manager in the tech industry, had been experiencing the pitfalls of multi-tasking whenever his team was in meetings.
Deadlines seem pretty darn serious when they’re mandated by your boss, don’t they? However, they never seem quite as stressful when we set them ourselves. You know that disappointing your supervisor is a big no-no, and possibly even threatening to your job. But, disappointing yourself? Well, you’ll get over that in no time.
Zoholics: Productivity & Collaboration is a two day Zoho User Conference that focuses on multiple Zoho applications - Zoho Mail, Zoho Projects, Zoho Docs, Zoho Connect & Zoho Meeting. The event contains sessions for both first time users as well as the experienced Zoho users.