• Work and Career

    How Kami can Change Your Workflow

    We all know the convenience of document viewers and editors. It’s even more convenient now that it can be accessed via the web, with the files themselves also accessible online. That is exactly the reason Kami is such a nice productivity app, a tool that may just get your workflow into high gear. Are you not convinced? Here are a few pointers: Uncomplicated and clean layout Accessibility doesn’t just mean getting the app itself to work. It may also mean getting to the options fast enough and easy enough, without the hoops and hassles that would usually require users to refer to manuals and instructions. With a straightforward interface, users…

  • Technology

    Gamers Getting College Scholarships

    Video and computer games are moving farther and farther from the simple pastime machines they once were. In fact, just recently, a few months ago, a school officially announced that it would be establishing a program that would put computers games at the same official level as baseball or basketball, something that is already becoming widely known as eSports. The school in question was none other than the Robert Morris University in Chicago. At the end of May this year, associate athletic director Kurt Melcher proposed building a varsity eSports team for the school. Normally, this would be the type that is reserved for athlete clubs that involve standard sports…

  • Technology

    Best New Apps for September

    Another new month has welcomed us again. Of course, with a new month comes the introduction of new apps for your mobile devices. Here is a brief introduction into five of the must-have apps within the newest releases: Numerous (iOS and Android) So, you’re the type who is fond of number crunching? Maybe you have a habit of recording numbers that are a significant part of your life? Then you will find Numerous very interesting. This app records and takes notes of all the numbers that you find important to track. The automatic tracker crunches the numbers from a particular set of variables configured by the user. For example, the number of visitors…

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    How Dropbox Can Change Your Workflow

    File hosting services are all over the web. It is perhaps one of the most common conveniences of the Internet that you can have as an official service. Dropbox is one of the most popular examples of such official services, and you are about to learn how it can change your workflow. As an Internet-based service, Dropbox, at its very basic level, is a type of cloud storage, providing extra digital space for your data in the cloud. Like most typical file hosting services, access to these files can be properly controlled and set, enabling file synchronization on any device that is compatible with the service’s developed software or apps.…

  • Technology

    Office 2016

    During the last week of September, Microsoft had discreetly unveiled the licensed availability of Office 2016. The announcement of the new productivity suite was made as early as the second quarter of this year but was only made ‘officially’ available as a licensed product for OS X and Windows last September 22. However, while everyone can agree that most of the updates are convenient and good overall, from a cloud-productivity viewpoint, many of us are already familiar with the new tools Microsoft have introduced. Here is a breakdown of some of the new features of Office 2016: Co-Authoring Also known as document synchronization, this feature allows multiple users to co-edit…