Law firms create and revise documents all day, every day. This means A LOT of documents: contracts, briefs, pleadings, memorandums, resolutions, trusts – the list is never-ending. But how efficient is your document creation process? And do you and your firm trust it?
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What can you accomplish in three hours at work? Office 365 has just added a built-in tool that lets you track your productivity with the help of Microsoft MyAnalytics and compare your personal activities with those of your team members (without others seeing your data, Microsoft promises).
De nos jours, l’accès à un document d’entreprise est possible presque partout. Et si vous dopiez votre productivité et gagniez du temps en offrant à vos employés la possibilité de créer et gérer des contenus pendant leurs déplacements ?
One of the most underrated communication tools in today’s business world is probably the humble email signature – that block of text and imagery which accompanies each and every email sent out from your workplace to a range of diverse stakeholders.
These days, you can access a business document virtually anywhere. Why not boost productivity and save time by giving your team the opportunity to create and manage content on the go?
In 2007, Google launched its business productivity suite under the Google Apps Premier Edition brand. It was renamed Google Apps for Work and rebranded as G Suite in late 2016. This means that Google now offers similar services to Microsoft Office 365, aiding digital transformation by bringing well known services for customers to the cloud for email, documents, online chat, and video conferencing.
A rebrand is a critical phase for any business that is merging, growing, changing direction or simply looking to refresh and stay relevant. In other words, sooner or later, every business will find themselves rebranding and updating their visual brand identity.
Workforce management software has been on Microsoft’s public radar since late 2016. Announced in September last year with an impressive preview of its tool for deskless workers, Microsoft finally debuted StaffHub in January 2017 in the company’s effort to expand Office 365’s wide set of productivity features for both managers and front-end workers.
Huge marketing budgets are routinely dedicated to building a brand which resonates with customers, but the most cutting-edge companies also invest in building a brand culture which excites and inspires their employees.