Join this innovative FREE hybrid (virtual or physical) Startup & Innovation Tablelands workshop where I will be giving hands-on solutions that you can implement quickly. Sat Nov 6th 2021 9:30 am – 1:00 pm Discover which areas of your business are eating up time, productivity and may even be leading to losses in stock and […]
“Part spreadsheet, part database, and entirely flexible, teams use Airtable to organize their work, their way.”
Airtable goes on to say: “Organize anything, with anyone, from anywhere.
Our native mobile and desktop apps make it easy to edit, comment, and collaborate in real-time — changes are instantly synced across everyone’s devices.”
I loved Airtable from the moment I saw it. Clever software with a fantastic user interface, it is part spreadsheet, part database and all collaboration It lives in the cloud (obviously) and is a beautifully elegant piece of software. There are still bits about it that frustrate me, but usually they are on their roadmap. […]
“With the evolution of open ecosystems, apps that would have previously competed, now integrate and work together. This comes as a result of the expectation that data will flow in and out of their apps, fostering collaboration and communication. Gone are the days where software was kept on servers, inside operations on lockdown from your potential competitors. Today, refusing to collaborate in marketplaces fuelled by open APIs holds the potential to withhold a world of opportunity.”
The businesses that will thrive in today (and tomorrow’s) world are the ones that embrace these open ecosystems.
Slack is one of my favourite tools – it’s a messaging app (but on steroids). One of the hidden features is the ability to set yourself recurring reminders within slack using everyday English. Very easy and very quick.
These days we need to remember many passwords – they should be different for each website and be a random list of characters which, by definition, are almost impossible to remember. So – what to do? Password managers! Wikipedia’s definition: “A password manager is a software application that helps a user store and organize passwords. […]
Zapier and IFTTT are prime examples of a new class of clever software that allow your apps, programs, social media to “talk” to each behind the scenes. This is commonly called task or app automation. Zapier (which is more business orientated than IFTTT) describes what it does this way: “Connect the apps you use, automate tasks, get […]