People around the world will gather to celebrate the Chinese New Year this weekend, which will mark the Year of the Rooster.
We all have personal goals and resolutions for the new year, but how about a few resolutions to help us in the digital workplace?
- Have a secure password, and change it least twice a year.
There is a whole branch of study dedicated to passwords and that is Cryptography. You may think it’s just for top secret military code, but it's applicable to every one of us on a small scale as well.
After eating all that indulgent food, watching reruns of your favourite shows and catching up with loved ones, getting back to the office can be daunting.
On November 1st, my colleagues and I attended a symposium at the University of Salford about mobility and device management. While talking with other attendees, we naturally turned to the numerous election scandals in the US, mainly because UKIP haven’t been in the spotlight for a few days.
It is unusual to think that the first app you might go for in an emergency at your workplace is your digital meetings app but you may about to be surprised as to how useful Convene can be in such a situation.
Convene contains three useful functions that could be indispensible for your organization in distributing emergency procedures and contact numbers.
- You can run Convene on any device this also includes your Android or Apple phone
- Convene has a built in document Library in which you can create a folder and assign the group(s) of users who can view the folder
- Convene has a function called my documents that allows you to view non-meeting documents on your device