Day is rapidly approaching and you're probably thinking, "I'm
swamped. How am supposed to make time for a Valentine's Day
celebration?" Glad you asked.
As it happens, the fact that you’re an on-the-go professional
can actually help you plan a memorable celebration. Here
are a few easy ideas for using your daily mountain-moving skills to
plan a wonderful Valentine’s Day.
1. Make it a Valentine’s Week
One of the challenges a special occasion like Valentine’s Day
presents is that society...
excited to introduce the latest evolution of the eFax mobile
app. We announced
some terrific new productivity features that can save on-the-go
professionals like you serious time and headaches. And it can help
you be much more responsive to customers and partners with no
additional effort on your part!
So, what great new features are available on the new mobile fax app? Imagine being
able to open a contract from your DropBox, Box or iCloud account,
signing the contract with your finger and...
According to a new Entrepreneur.com article,
it just might be.
In a byline published today titled "Why
Millennials Should Become Entrepreneurs Now," j2 Global's Vice
President of Marketing Mike Pugh makes a strong case for 2014 being
the year that millennials -- those aged 18 to 29 -- shift the
epicenter of today's workforce from that of a
9 to 5 mentality to one of a "...work anytime, anywhere, on my own
In 2014, SMB professionals will drop legacy office technologies
like fax machines and landline phones to move those functions to
the cloud with
online faxing services like eFax® and
virtual phone systems like eVoice®. They’ll shift more of their
marketing energy to mobile apps and cloud-based email marketing
tools. And because entrepreneurs understand how much mobile
technology is changing work life for everyone, they will create
more employee-friendly office cultures which will allow...
Many people think of January as the month of broken promises.
And perhaps they should. According to a University of Scranton
covered by Forbes, only 8% of people succeed with their New
Year’s Resolutions. The life-changing promises they make every
January simply don’t pan out for most people.
As a successful small business professional, you’re not like
to quote Forbes again, 80% of all businesses fail within the
first 18 months. And here you are, running your own...
does a Las Vegas casino, a train in Budapest, Yosemite's El
Capitan, and a Paul McCartney concert in London have in common?
If you were expecting a list of interesting places to visit,
this may surprise you.
Mobile business professionals have recently closed important
deals via fax at all of these locations. Yes, we said
fax. When you consider the
inconvenience of moving documents through a traditional fax
machine, this brings up some obvious questions.
For the sake of your productivity, please give this blog post
100% of your attention.
A lot to ask, isn’t it? As a busy professional who spends all
day glued to a smartphone, you’re probably always tackling more
than one task at a time — checking your email in meetings, for
example, and researching or writing text messages while you’re on
Multi-tasking is the norm these days, especially for high
achievers like you. And it’s reasonable to assume that the ability
to multi-task is a...
a busy professional, always on the go, and your smart phone has
become the lifeline of your business.
People mistakenly call yours a “home-based business,” but the
truth is that you’re always doing business, no matter where you are
— in the car, at the coffee place, while you’re shopping for
the airport, at your child’s soccer practice…
You probably already know that online faxing with eFax can be a
lifesaver when you’re on the road and need to review, sign and send
a fax in a...
A client needs you to fax a critical document, pronto. Or they ask
for your fax number, so they can fax a proposed contract change to
you right away.
Your first thought might be: “Fax??? Really??? Is my client
stuck in the 90s??"
(The truth? Even in 2013 -- the age of email and texting,
fax remains as one of the most reliable, commonly used and
trusted ways to send and receive critical business documents.
Especially in the real estate, legal, manufacturing, finance and
an entrepreneur, and you’re having a good news/bad news type of
The good news: today's mail includes a check from one of your
clients. The bad news? Along with that check is a letter from the
client stating that from this point forward they require all
vendors to switch to direct deposit for payment.
That's not a problem in and of itself; in fact, you actually
prefer direct deposit. (The trip to the bank takes precious time
from your workday and interrupts your flow.) The problem is...
Before he helped Nike launch wearable computer devices such as
Nike FuelBand, product designer
Steve Holmes led creation of the critically acclaimed Palm Pre
smartphone and the mechanical design of the iconic Apple G4
Today, as vice president of the New Devices Group at Intel, the
UC Berkeley and Stanford University graduate is helping the
computer chipmaker design new technologies for the burgeoning
wearable computing market, which is expected to exceed...
These are the kinds of unwelcomed business operations hiccups that
take up resources and slow down office productivity when relying on
Contrary to what many may believe, faxing is not dead –
it’s alive and evolving, according to a new article in Fortune
magazine. Both large corporations and small business owners in
industries such as in Accounting, Healthcare, Sales, Real Estate,
Finance and Law still heavily rely on faxing as a...
the forecast for retail shopping this year?
Take a look at this Inc. magazine
infographic to find out. Spoiler alert: You'll probably
like what you see.
One key point to note: while social media sites (Facebook,
Twitter, Pinterest) are popular gathering places during the year,
it's expected that shoppers will gravitate directly to the core
shopping sites instead of browsing for sales or deals in feeds or
"If shoppers are going to buy something, they're not
going to Facebook...
In hospitals and other healthcare settings, wireless devices
aren't limited to smartphones and tablets. Monitors that measure
patients' vital signs and infusion pumps are among the medical
devices that rely on wireless technology.
Until now, many healthcare facilities have tried to block
patients' phones and other devices from their wireless networks,
but that's changing. Scripps Health new universal wireless network,
designed to accommodate its mobile support services at the Scripps
"Let the left hand know what the right is doing" is an old
saying that should be applied every day in the workplace,
particularly in small businesses where only a few people wear lots
Not conferring with colleagues isn't just inconsiderate. It can
have serious consequences, as Forbes Magazine reported recently.
The magazine found that Fortune 500 companies lose an estimated
$31.5 billion each year because their managers fail to share
knowledge with employees that could help them secure...