- November 14, 2013
With so many distractions available via social media sites and other online pursuits, maintaining your focus at work is becoming increasingly difficult. Luckily, there are applications to help you regain that focus.
Bonnie Low-Kramen, author of Be the Ultimate Assistant, explains six things that make assistants good at their jobs and irreplaceable to their employers.
With technology bringing your job into your pocket and into your house, it's more difficult to balance work and home than in the past. Use your calendar as a tool to help keep your life on an even keel.
Working on your computer with your iPad can make your work easier or more productive. According to Thorin Klosowski at Lifehacker, using an iPad as an external controller for your computer is one of the best ways to use it.
Stop stacks of paper from standing between you and organizational bliss with these steps for taking your documents digital, from Teens in Tech’s editorial director, Emmanuel Banks.
Plenty of people lie to themselves about their own productivity—many without even knowing it. IDoneThis’ chief creative officer, Janet Choi, has some tough love to help you get honest with yourself.
Four items (and one idea) that will have disappeared from U.S. workplaces within five years, according to a poll of 7,000 LinkedIn members.
iPads are great for consuming content, but less so for doing any real heavy work. Wall Street Journal technology columnist Walter Mossberg suggests four of the best applications that can help.
Smartphones contain a lot of information that people would like to keep safe, yet many don’t take even basic steps to secure their devices. Consumer Reports recently published several security steps to take.
The world is moving fast these days and employees need to get a lot done while maintaining focus and accuracy, writes Anita Bruzzese, who offers four things to remember to help you be more present and productive at work.