So, you’re using Office 365. It’s a great product that offers a lot of benefits. However, there’s a big difference between replication (which you do get in Office 365) and a backup (which you don’t).
It’s October, which means sexy (and disturbing) Halloween costumes are hitting the shelves, Christmas sales are already starting and you should be reviewing your employee’s CPP and EI contributions to ensure you don’t receive a PIER report.
CRM software is supposed to help your sales reps track prospects, close deals and drive revenue, right? So, why are you constantly hounding them to use it? The truth is that they probably hate the system you have… and they probably have a point.
You’re probably going to spend about 31 hours in unproductive meetings this month. Which is why you should look closely at some of the lesser-known Office 365 apps to see how they can help you avoid booking another bloody meeting.
Projecting confidence. Identifying influencers and stakeholders. Figuring out where the bathroom is. These are essential skills for a salesperson to possess, but they’re just as useful when you’re heading back to school.
Every salesperson starts their career believing they’re going to be successful – or at least they should – but there are a lot of rookie mistakes that hold them back. Some salespeople learn the hard lessons, adjust their approach and excel. Others… not so much.
Windows 10 might not be free anymore, but there are still a lot of computers that will need to upgrade over the coming years. With that in mind, we wanted to offer a few quick words of advice on what to watch out for when you upgrade to Windows 10.
We’re a little more than a week into the Rio 2016 Summer Olympics. I’ve seen Prophet’s IT team pull off miracles that rival Penny Oleksiak’s gold medal in the 100M Freestyle, so I think it’s time we put the talents of IT professionals on display for the world to see.