Having your head in the clouds used to be an insult (unless you were John Lennon). Now, smart businesses rely on cloud services to keep tools up to date with the latest technology, share documents with remote employees, and increase data security. You don’t need to build your business its own server in your garage
When you were just starting your business, you knew what the whole team was working on, because you were the whole team. As your business grows and you add more talent to your staff, you need a way to keep track of deadlines. Especially if your team works remotely, the tools you use become more
At a job interview, or a meeting with a client, you wouldn’t wear slacks and a Wolf Pack graphic t-shirt – no matter how cool that shirt is. The way you present yourself is important, and your email address is your first impression with potential customers or partners. You want that email handle to be
What should the team work on today? It’s a simple question that often leads to the confounding answer: it depends, what needs to get done? Whether your team is in-house or scattered throughout the globe, you can stay on the same page, and know what everyone is working on, by using a central marketing calendar.