At Smartsheet, we’re constantly refining and improving our product, including our mobile apps. Over the past years, we’ve put tremendous effort into building a great user experience via native mobile apps for iPad/iPhone and Android. It’s why half our engineering resources are committed to delivering the iPhone, iPad and Android devices
We’re proud to announce two recent additions to Smartsheet: The Smartsheet Solutions Center, your go-to place to explore all the ways Smartsheet can help you get work done. A 2.0 update to Smartsheet for iPhone and iPad, with faster and easier editing in an interactive grid view. The Solutions Center offers a library of customizable templates, plus tips and step-by-step instructions for using each one. You’ll also find links to help articles, videos, and related templates to help you get the most out of your sheets. Discover templates for Marketing, Sales, Project Management, Company Management, IT & Operations, Product Development, Finance, HR, and more.
There are several personal characteristics that senior executives often share. They’re big thinkers. They’re storytellers. They’re innovators. They’re hard workers. Those descriptors definitely characterize Johnny Levy, President of DataJoe LLC in Boulder, Colorado. He admits, however, that managing the myriad of details is not his foray. “All my life I’ve struggled with managing the details,” Levy says. “I’m extremely busy and I have to work hard to follow through on all the tasks I need to do.
With slower summer schedules, it’s a great time to get organized and ready to tackle the rest of the year. Whether you’re looking for quick, easy techniques for planning your next workback schedule, figuring out what a Gantt chart is, or looking for some tips to keep your mind sharp and planning skills up to speed, check out these top project management posts from the Smartsheet blog. You’ll brush up on the basics in no time and head into Fall ready to tackle whatever the rest of the year throws your way.
Security professionals are constantly negotiating the tension of security versus ease of use. Savvy security professionals know that their users will often choose a less secure technology that makes getting things done easier, over a more secure technology that makes getting things done harder. The trick is in aligning the secure choice with the efficient choice. Increasingly, best in class applications are being offered in a Software as a Service (SaaS) model. The SaaS model offers highly compelling advantages over traditional on-premise solutions: Reduction and simplification of license management costs as well as infrastructure procurement and management costs
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