jim payne
Successful corporate environments require that employees collaborate productively. People rarely accomplish large projects and tasks alone, and instead, each person belongs to a team where he or she is a crucial part in achieving a goal. In the workplace, there are several different ways to exchange ideas, but not all of the existing outlets are efficient. The way people collaborate within the office continues to gradually evolve, and technology needs to change with it. Many of the tools currently available, such as email, IM, and document sharing, are missing crucial pieces that promote quality teamwork. This gap, however, can be avoided with a new generation of

webinar team collaboration
Does More Tech Equal Better Team Collaboration? A panel discussion on five key questions about collaboration tools. In this increasingly distributed work world, close collaboration among employees can't be taken for granted. But what does it take to keep your employees engaged, connected, and motivated? In this interactive webinar, our panelists discuss the foundations of effective team dynamics, what work-stream conversation and collaboration means today, and how collaboration tools can impact employee productivity. Effective team collaboration is a key differentiator of successful companies. And because technology, teams, and the corporate environment are constantly shifting, the ways people work need to change with

email marketing laws
There’s a good financial reason that businesses are increasingly focusing on email marketing: according to a study by Pingdom, a well executed email marketing campaign returns just over $44 for every dollar a company invests. Simply buying an email list and firing off thousands of emails, however, will likely land you in legal trouble. So before launching your first email marketing campaign, you should be familiar with the three following U.S. laws that each apply to different aspects of email marketing. 1) CAN-SPAM: Requiring Sender Disclosure The CAN-SPAM Act is the most on-point law relating to email marketing in the U.S.  Enacted in 2003,

mobile payments
The term "mobile payments" gets thrown around very commonly as customers have become inclined towards making payments using their phones, and merchants have become willing to accept payments through this new technology to add value to their customer’s shopping experience. Whether, you’re a manager at a restaurant accepting mobile payments, or a consumer at Starbucks choosing to use your smart phone to make payments, you’re a part of the mobile payments movement. But even you can use some pointers that will help you differentiate between credit card payments and how mobile payment technology works. By using a digital wallet to make payments you can have


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