One of the best things you can do to organize time is employ a calendar, as many of us already do. While we tend to be fully aware of what our day ahead holds, those around us generally have no idea what our schedule looks like. Google Calendar overcomes this with easy to use share settings, allowing you to share the details of your calendar with friends, family, co-workers, even your entire organization. This makes communication and timekeeping much more efficient. Continue reading “Collaboration with Google Calendar – Make Scheduling Easy!”
The first state to create a national park (Yellowstone).
The first state to claim a national monument (Devil’s Tower).
The first state to allow women to vote.
The first state to go Google.
…wait, what was that last one?
Wyoming doesn’t exactly have the reputation as a trailblazer state, but that perception should change. It has an impressive list of firsts, and converting all its state employees to Google’s cloud based Apps platform adds to the impressiveness. Government agencies are known for being slow to adopt new technology, and an entire state moving to something as modern as Google Apps is almost unheard of. Continue reading “Congrats Wyoming — The First State to Go Google!”
There’s some buzz that goes around the office this time of the year, as TOAST.net is once again sponsoring The Glass City Marathon. The Marathon is always a good time, but the planning and coordination needed to pull the event together is a momentous task. Organizing contacts, schedules, forms, and agendas is not a job for the feint of heart. However, with a few tools and some behind the scenes know-how, we’re helping whip this monster into shape. Continue reading “In For the Long Run – The Glass City Marathon!”