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time tracking

How to ensure business continuity during economic uncertainty

By Brexit, Cloud products, resource scheduling and planning, time tracking, Timesheet

After last year’s Brexit vote, many experts predicted the British economy would crash as a result of Britain announcing its intention to leave the EU and business continuity would be disrupted.

The best case scenario, it was predicted, would see a slow-down of Britain’s economy with the worst case scenario resembling something like the UK drifting off into the Atlantic never to be seen again.

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Get serious about your business & stop using spreadsheets for scheduling & timesheets

By Cloud products, Scheduling, time tracking, Timesheet

If you’re serious about your business and serious about making it run more efficiently, then we are here to tell you that it is time to get serious about how you manage resource scheduling and time tracking within your organization. Pro tip: using spreadsheets is not a great solution for such important functions within your business.

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We have found the best timesheet system in the world and here’s exactly why you need it

By Cloud products, Microsoft, Outlook, time tracking, Timesheet

Every day you are wasting valuable time duplicating data by entering information into Outlook that could be used to enter your on timesheet. Frustrated (and possibly a little bored), you may have wondered why you can’t just post appointments from Outlook to your timesheet. Now, with OutlookTime®, you can do exactly that.

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How Brexit affects cloud computing and data storage

By Brexit, Cloud products, Data Storage, Scheduling, time tracking

With offices and customers in the UK, USA, Australia, and Asia, we are sometimes asked about the location of our data storage facilities for users of our cloud-based products. As Brexit is now a reality, we have a simple answer when a British-based customer asks where its data will be stored. We have the same answer when a customer sees we have offices around the world.

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How United Airlines Could Have Avoided a PR Disaster and Stock Price Crash Before Anyone Got To The Airport

By Cloud products, Customers, resource scheduling and planning, Scheduling, time tracking, Timesheet, Whitespace

The first rule every business should employ when facing a public relations crisis is to never employ a system in the first place that could later lead to major problems. Executives at United Airlines are learning this the hard way after a shocking video of an incident on United flight 3411 from Chicago to Louisville on April 9.

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