Since the mid-1960s, one distinctively soothing voice has been synonymous with radio in the Live Music Capital of the World.
At the small-business level, maintenance of server infrastructure can resemble an arms race that your company is never going to win.
A recent study says the average office worker sends and receives over 100 emails a day.
What's more is that most office workers keep every email they've ever sent or received.
Whether it's a contract someone emailed you or a message overlooked from last month, it always seems like we're looking for something. It's frustrating to waste time looking for attachments from years ago.
The modern world can become a little overwhelming not only for individuals, but for businesses as well. Your days at the office don't have to be chaotic. Below are three tips to help your business stay more organized this month.
Do yourself a favor and get out of the Office.
A lot of people still use Microsoft Office. It has been staple software in many industries since The Cosby Show was a hit.
But are the go-to word processor, slideshow creator and database program still right for you?
Last week I blogged about the importance of blogging as an inbound marketing strategy.
Then I took Hubspot's landing page training class, which builds on some of the same principles. You'll have to check out the class yourself for details, but here are a few takeaways that can get you started turning site visitors into customers.First, what are landing pages, and why are they important?
We here at Coolhead Tech love to see our client businesses grow from a few employees into larger, multi-department organizations. But we don't like to see them suffer from the growing pains that come when their workforce becomes more complicated and less manageable.
ShiftPlanning, today's Coolhead Tech featured business app, alleviates scheduling headaches by providing a centralized, easy-to-use platform. ShiftPlanning offers a web-based system to help employers schedule and coordinate their workforce. The software is already used by companies in more than 60 countries, including franchises of Days Inn, T-Mobile and Subway.