Don’t underestimate the power of that gadget in your pocket to help you get “real work” done on the go. As smartphones get larger and computers get smaller, the lines between phone and tablet – and for that matter, PC and laptop are blurring. And as more apps are designed for tablet and touchscreen computers, their phone versions have become more robust and fully featured too.Read More
Mar 1, 2016 10:30:00 AM
David Allen’s “Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” was first published in 2001, and updated in 2015, and has remained a best-selling business “basic” for all of that time. Applications, products and whole communities of users have sprung up around it, making Getting Things Done (GTD) one of the most popular organizational systems around.
The system was designed when paper was king…but its principles are simple and technology has made them even easier and more powerful. If you’re a GTD user, or think you want to give it a try, OneNote is a fantastic tool – especially for Microsoft Office and Office 365 users.Read More