Imagine that most companies do not have a reliable file storage system wherein you need to secure your electronic files, share documents and spreadsheets to clients instead of sharing it via email, you can share it through a cloud system. We need a reliable and efficient cloud system to store data and use it for future preference. All we need is one solution – and that solution will be using Google Drive.
Google Drive is file storage and synchronization service operated by Google and has been used by most of the users and companies around the world. It is most efficient way to use Google Drive as it offers 15 GB of free storage to users with optional paid plans for storage expansion between 100 GB to 30 TB.
A tutorial of Google Drive has been prepared for your reference.
Business meetings. Speaking Engagements. Birthdays. Weddings. What do they have in common? – SCHEDULE. Everyone wants to make schedules and organize it in one event at a time. But you’re looking for tools to be used in order to arrange your schedules ahead of time. All we need is a note and a calendar – and Google Calendar is the answer to your problems in scheduling.
Google Calendar is a time-management and scheduling calendar service developed by Google.It allows users to create and edit events; can optionally set notifications through email reminder, snooze on your app and shares events to other users.
A tutorial to this tool has been provided for your reference.
What’s on your mind?Is it beneficial to all? Let Evernote capture them for you!
Evernote is a powerful tool in compiling your to-do lists, videos, audios and images that will suit to the requirements of your clients. Virtual Professionals will be benefited from using Evernote and it can capture your ideas by creating notes and post it in your Social Media accounts.
Also, you can organize your ideas in Evernote by using a set of keywords or tags that will distinguish your notes among the rest. Evernote is so convenient to use as you can take notes through laptops, smartphones and other mobile devices.
Here’s the Evernote tutorial for you!