Have you wanted to learn how to get your team up and running with Smartsheet in a more hands-on environment?
From years of working in the trenches on project clients, IT/PM consultant Brad Egeland explains the four things your clients really want you to know about working with them, without having to tell you.
Smartsheet released a host of new features today, including what could considerably be the most important, and anticipated, feature we’ve introduced in the last year: linking information across sheets. As the #1 most requested feature to date, we’re thrilled by the impact this will have on our customers’ productivity.
Progressive companies are running more and more of their business in the cloud. Certainly the companies choosing Gmail, Calendar and Docs tend to make future decisions in favor of the cloud -- and most notably, in favor of apps that work well alongside the Google Apps.
IT/Project Management consultant and author Brad Egeland explains what makes a project requirement a 'good' requirement...and the consequences of not having them for your next project:
Today, Google added Drive to its suite of online business applications, and Smartsheet is already adding an extra gear to its transmission. Google Drive has upped the ante for anywhere, any-device access to files in the cloud.
For more than half a century, the Boston-based Berklee College of Music has focused on teaching contemporary music and providing practical career prep for working musicians.
The Sierra Club is America's largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization. Started in 1898, it touts more than 1.4 million members and supporters who are dedicated and actively involved in protecting the planet and their communities.
Thanks to all who joined me yesterday on our webinar “Turn Dead-end Spreadsheets into Dynamic Team Projects.” We had great interest in the topic from folks in a wide variety of roles.
The following is a guest post by Ken Hooper, President of the Houston-based La Mesa Geophysical Services, Inc. He shares his thoughts on what’s at the heart of flourishing small enterprises and explains how more can be primed for success.