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  • 12 ways to build a hyper-efficient work breakdown structure

    Mind Mapping Software Blog
    Chuck Frey
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:29 pm
    In project management, the work breakdown structure (WBS) is a pivotal planning document: It divides the project into phases and displays the tasks required to complete each one. A very effective way to create a WBS is with mind mapping software, which supports all of the steps teams need to follow to plan and execute a successful project. As you’ll see, mind mapping software can help teams do a more effective and comprehensive job of project planning, spur team involvement and creativity, and can lighten the burden in many ways for overworked project managers. Here are 12 ways mind…
  • Part 3 of Introducing the First Idea Mapping Guest Blogger – Chris Kordick

    Idea Mapping
    Jamie Nast
    24 Aug 2015 | 8:35 pm
    Part 1 of this interview was posted on August 12, 2015 and part 2 was posted on August 15, 2015. This is the third of three posts about Chris Kordick who is the first Idea Mapping Guest blogger. Currently Chris is in his first year of med school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following are questions 8-10 of my interview with Chris: 8. What do you see as the benefits to using Idea Mapping? There are many benefits, however, I’ll list the top three: 1. It allows the reader/student to actively copy down text, notes, and lectures, which    allows them better recall of that…
  • Rediscovering the Webbing Technique

    Visual Mapping
    12 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    You may have heard about a visual thinking technique called "Webbing", also called "Clustering". This technique is not derived from Mind Mapping. The first uses of the Webbing technique bring us back to the 18th century in Europe. As shown in the image below about mythology dating from 1741. This technique involves entering key words or short phrases in bubbles. They are connected to one another around a center, which is the main subject.No, or very few, colors or images. The tool is simple, it helps to organize ideas in a visual way and to…
  • Acting on Inspiration

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    Adam Sicinski
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:30 am
    Pablo PicassoInspiration exists, but it has to find us working.The Purpose of InspirationHave you ever experienced one of those unforgettable moments when something suddenly comes to mind that literally blows your mind? This idea is so profound and so unexpected that it immediately puts you into an optimal state of mind; it suddenly seems as though all the secrets of the universe have been unlocked for your eyes only. From here anything and everything becomes possible and you suddenly feel this rush of energy that moves you to action.I’m sure at one time or another you have probably had…
  • A Drone Found A Man With No Chill Sunbathing On Top Of A 200 Foot Wind Turbine

    LatestSolarNews
    28 Aug 2015 | 6:35 am
    It’s summer and the beaches are packed – so this guy got some private sunbathing time sky high A drone pilot scoping out a giant wind turbine stumbled upon a man sunbathing on top of it. Woken from his nap by the noise of the drone, he sits up, gives a wave, and looks rather nonplussed as the drone moves in further for a good look.
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    Mind Mapping Software Blog

  • 12 ways to build a hyper-efficient work breakdown structure

    Chuck Frey
    20 Aug 2015 | 12:29 pm
    In project management, the work breakdown structure (WBS) is a pivotal planning document: It divides the project into phases and displays the tasks required to complete each one. A very effective way to create a WBS is with mind mapping software, which supports all of the steps teams need to follow to plan and execute a successful project. As you’ll see, mind mapping software can help teams do a more effective and comprehensive job of project planning, spur team involvement and creativity, and can lighten the burden in many ways for overworked project managers. Here are 12 ways mind…
  • MeisterTask: Web-based collaborative task management done right

    Chuck Frey
    17 Aug 2015 | 8:08 pm
    MeisterTask is a new web-based, collaborative task management tool that integrates seamlessly with the popular MindMeister mind mapping application to enable you to turn your ideas into action. This colorful, lightweight tool is perfect for small teams to streamline their project communication and get projects done faster. In this product review, we’ll take a closer look at how MeisterTask works, and how it can be useful for small project teams. Managing tasks starts in MindMeister MindMeister, the popular web-based mind mapping software application, enables you to add task information…
  • Creativity: How to connect the dots – visually!

    Chuck Frey
    7 Aug 2015 | 5:36 am
    In today’s world of accelerating innovation, new ideas are more valuable than ever. Most ideas don’t come from bolts out of the blue but by connecting previously unrelated bits of information together in creative ways – “connecting the dots,” so to speak. That plays to several of the strengths of mind mapping software, making it an excellent creativity tool. The radial visual structure of a mind map makes it easy to see relationships and connections between disparate bits of information. In addition, because a mind map structures information the way your brain…
  • 12 reasons you need to get off the fence and use mind mapping software for project management

    Chuck Frey
    30 Jul 2015 | 9:54 am
    As the speed of business continues to increase and projects become more complex, project managers need better tools to help them plan, implement, monitor project status and communicate effectively with team members and stakeholders – who are often geographically dispersed. Mind mapping software has emerged as a powerful tool that is particularly well-suited to project management. “Today’s project managers have more to manage than just project scope, deliverables, communications and teams. They are also expected to manage large volumes of project-related data and to help team…
  • How to streamline project management with mind mapping software

    Chuck Frey
    23 Jul 2015 | 2:35 pm
    Do you face any of these common challenges when managing projects? Managing their scope Brainstorming ideas to make them successful Accurately assessing risks Organizing the huge volume of project data Forgetting to include important details Failure to take into account a specific stakeholder’s needs Poor project communication and collaboration One type of productivity tool can help solve these challenges: Mind mapping software. Project management is one of its most practical and powerful applications, but it’s also one of the least understood. That’s why I created a new online…
 
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    Idea Mapping

  • Part 3 of Introducing the First Idea Mapping Guest Blogger – Chris Kordick

    Jamie Nast
    24 Aug 2015 | 8:35 pm
    Part 1 of this interview was posted on August 12, 2015 and part 2 was posted on August 15, 2015. This is the third of three posts about Chris Kordick who is the first Idea Mapping Guest blogger. Currently Chris is in his first year of med school at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Following are questions 8-10 of my interview with Chris: 8. What do you see as the benefits to using Idea Mapping? There are many benefits, however, I’ll list the top three: 1. It allows the reader/student to actively copy down text, notes, and lectures, which    allows them better recall of that…
  • Idea Map 475 – Fancy Garlic Bread Recipe

    Jamie Nast
    21 Aug 2015 | 10:54 pm
    This is one of our favorite summer recipes. I use fresh tomatoes and peppers from our organic garden and a fresh bread. Delicious appetizer!
  • Part 2 of Introducing the First Idea Mapping Guest Blogger – Chris Kordick

    Jamie Nast
    15 Aug 2015 | 2:46 pm
    Part 1 of this interview was posted on August 12, 2015. This is the second of three posts about Chris Kordick who is the first Idea Mapping Guest blogger. Currently Chris is in his first year of med school at Lake Erie College of Ostepathic Medicine. Following are questions 4-7 of my interview with Chris: 4. How did you apply the Idea Mapping and memory tools to help you study or the MCAT? What were the results? Idea Mapping for the MCAT was difficult, though, at times it became very beneficial. Certain parts of the MCAT require one to utilize equations and stone-cold factual information,…
  • Are You a Teacher?

    Jamie Nast
    13 Aug 2015 | 12:52 pm
    A few days ago I found fine point markers and colored pencils on sale at Meijer for $1.00 each thanks to back-2-school incentives. I loaded up my my cart with 30 sets of each and continued my shopping. That’s when the questions began. As I made my way up and down the isles of the store, nearly every person I ran into asked, “So are you a teacher?” To briefly explain idea mapping and how the markers and pencils are used during my workshops is more than what a stranger really wants to know, so my response was, “I teach learning workshops for adults and we use lots of…
  • Introducing the First Idea Mapping Guest Blogger – Chris Kordick

    Jamie Nast
    12 Aug 2015 | 9:31 am
    Today I’m welcoming Chris Kordick as the first guest blogger to this site. I’ve known Chris since 5th grade. He took my Idea Mapping Workshop in August of 2013. In his early 20′s Chris join an elite group of some of the most prolific Idea Mappers I have ever taught. His extensive use of idea maps and memory tools set him apart and give him much credibility – therefore the invitation as a guest blogger. I first posted about Chris in the fall of 2013 when he was in his last year of pre-med at Benedictine University in Chicago. You can see those two postings about Chris…
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    Visual Mapping

  • Rediscovering the Webbing Technique

    12 Aug 2015 | 5:25 am
    You may have heard about a visual thinking technique called "Webbing", also called "Clustering". This technique is not derived from Mind Mapping. The first uses of the Webbing technique bring us back to the 18th century in Europe. As shown in the image below about mythology dating from 1741. This technique involves entering key words or short phrases in bubbles. They are connected to one another around a center, which is the main subject.No, or very few, colors or images. The tool is simple, it helps to organize ideas in a visual way and to…
  • When Diagramming meets Pop Songs

    14 Jul 2015 | 5:17 am
    One the most important skills in Visual Thinkins is the ability to understand and to reveal the underlying structure of the content. In the fantastic video above, created using Lucidchart, a powerful diagramming application with collaborative features, we can witness how it is possible to turn a song into a beautiful lyrical flowchart.  The company behind Lucidchart is currently launching a competition: the Songtacular Flowdown. Basically, it’s a competition between lyrical flowcharts of popular songs from the 80’s, 90’s, 2000’s, and 2010’s. Each week, four new videos…
  • New Book: Introduction to the Applications of Mind Mapping in Medicine

    5 Apr 2015 | 3:28 pm
    I recently finished to read this book, written by José M. Guerrero and Pilar Ramos. Pilar is Graduate in Nursing at Hospital Clinic de Barcelona. José is CEO of Infoseg, a Software development Consulting Business specialized in Mind Mapping Automation. One of the key points of this book is his really serious research on the scientific bases of Mind Mapping. Various Studies and Papers are mentionned and explained. In the same time, various Myths about the Brain are criticized. Reading this book, I was able to understand more clearly the contribution of mind mapping automation…
  • A quick exercise for stretching your visual thinking muscles

    5 Mar 2015 | 9:00 am
    I came across this very useful exercise shared by Visual Thinking Expert Dave Gray, one the most important Visual Thinker and Writer. Check out this short video presentation and read the explanation below. Squiggle birds from Dave Gray "Squiggle birds is a quick exercise that you can use to get people stretching their visual thinking muscles. It takes about five minutes and quickly, clearly demonstrates how little effort is really required to make meaningful, easy-to-read images. The main point of the demonstration is that our minds are already pattern-making…
  • Oliver Sacks: what Visual Hallucination reveals about our minds

    3 Mar 2015 | 4:10 am
    This an highly interesting talk by famous neurologist Oliver Sacks. He is an excellent storyteller, using empathy, anecdotes and humor.Oliver helps us to understand what visual disorders reveal about how the brain works. He wrote a book called The Mind's Eye. The book contains case studies of people whose ability to navigate the world visually and communicate with others have been compromised, including the author's own experience. You also can listen to Oliver Sack's Interview about Mind's Eye on NPR's Podcast 
 
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    IQ Matrix Blog

  • Acting on Inspiration

    Adam Sicinski
    25 Aug 2015 | 5:30 am
    Pablo PicassoInspiration exists, but it has to find us working.The Purpose of InspirationHave you ever experienced one of those unforgettable moments when something suddenly comes to mind that literally blows your mind? This idea is so profound and so unexpected that it immediately puts you into an optimal state of mind; it suddenly seems as though all the secrets of the universe have been unlocked for your eyes only. From here anything and everything becomes possible and you suddenly feel this rush of energy that moves you to action.I’m sure at one time or another you have probably had…
  • Developing Self-Discipline

    Adam Sicinski
    18 Aug 2015 | 5:30 am
    AristotleWe are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.What is Self-Discipline Really?You have probably heard on numerous occasions people talk about the importance of having self-discipline; about how it is a vital component to the attainment of any worthy goal. However, have you ever considered what self-discipline really means? Have you ever taken the time to consider what it’s all about?This of course isn’t an easy question to answer. Let’s therefore look at a definition of self-discipline from several perspectives to help us fully grasp…
  • When Facing Adversity

    Adam Sicinski
    4 Aug 2015 | 5:30 am
    William Arthur WardAdversity causes some men to break, and others to break records.Life is Full of Adversity and StruggleIn the 1998 film Meet Joe Black, Brad Pitt plays the role of the Grim Reaper (Death) who takes over the body of an unsuspecting man in order to experience what it’s like to feel human. Part of that experience includes making a deal with Bill Parrish (played by Anthony Hopkins) where he graciously gives him a few extra days to live. In return Bill must allow him into his life so that he can experience what it’s like to be human.Towards the end of the film, Joe…
  • Becoming More Resourceful

    Adam Sicinski
    28 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    Richard ByrdFew men during their lifetime come anywhere near exhausting the resources dwelling within them. There are deep wells of strength that are never used.Being More ResourcefulAs we all well know, problems are an inevitable part of life. There’s just always something to deal with and there are of course many more problems waiting for us around the corner.Certain problems we are of course able to manage quite effectively. However, once in a while we experience problems that we might not be too familiar with; that cause us a little anguish and uncertainty. In order to overcome…
  • Solving Life’s Problems

    Adam Sicinski
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:30 am
    Albert EinsteinIt’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.Life is an Endless Barrage of ProblemsFrom the moment we are born it seems as though life is constantly testing us. As babies we see adults walking up on two feet while we lie there helplessly on the floor. This is of course unacceptable, and so we are challenged to eventually try walking for ourselves. Although it isn’t easy and as expected we stumble and fall. However, after many failed attempts and mistakes we eventually get it right and start walking like adults. Walking soon becomes easy…
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  • A Drone Found A Man With No Chill Sunbathing On Top Of A 200 Foot Wind Turbine

    28 Aug 2015 | 6:35 am
    It’s summer and the beaches are packed – so this guy got some private sunbathing time sky high A drone pilot scoping out a giant wind turbine stumbled upon a man sunbathing on top of it. Woken from his nap by the noise of the drone, he sits up, gives a wave, and looks rather nonplussed as the drone moves in further for a good look.
  • India Opened The World’s First Solar Powered Airport

    26 Aug 2015 | 2:37 pm
    The southern city of Kochi is now the proud home of the first airport in the world solar energy. On August 18, the Cochin International Airport Limited (CIAL) -India international largest in terms of passenger traffic to any ordered 12 megawatts (MW) of solar projects fourth airport. The airport already had a solar power plant of 1 MW, which can produce 4000 units of electricity per day. With its new solar power station, the airport can now produce 60,000 units of electricity per day, which is more than enough to meet their daily needs. “We initiated a pilot project in February 2013 as part…
  • How Does a Solar Panel Work

    24 Aug 2015 | 10:33 am
    You should be aware that solar panels are classified into two types, these are; ground mounted installations of solar panels mounted on the roof and installing solar panels. Both are technically similar as they are designed to absorb solar energy. However, the only difference between them is their ability to provide comfort adjustment. Here, however, it is how all the solar panels work. Photovoltaic solar panels are covered with silicon crystals. When struck by sunlight, these crystals produce current that carries cable must be stored in batteries. The panels are usually held in an aluminum…
  • Why Switch to Full Potential of Solar Power?

    21 Aug 2015 | 2:25 pm
    The many advantages of using solar power to fascinate each individual to try to start using this energy in their homes. People who rely primarily on the use of commercial electricity always threw the question “Why Go Solar?” Here is the important point. Choosing a solar energy system will allow you to reduce your monthly electricity bills tend to rise occasionally. Current technology and the current way of life many people experience force them to consume large quantities of electricity, occasionally to keep in touch with their computers and mobile phones and all other appliances…
  • Solar Panels Efficiency

    20 Aug 2015 | 4:17 am
    As of now, there are many ways that can help people cut their spending. First, in order to reduce spending on transportation, by investing in a car it is a wonderful idea. When it comes to the water bill, you can reuse the water for watering plants. And if you are thinking of reducing electricity costs, one of the best options is to opt for solar lighting. There are many solar lights individuals can choose. But if you intend to install these lights out everything in your yard or garage, it is best to use solar lights. Unfortunately, people often make many mistakes when buying these…
 
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    MindMeister Blog

  • 5 Reasons Why Every Blogger Should Use MindMeister

    Raphaela Brandner
    26 Aug 2015 | 7:05 am
    This is a guest post by Emily Dumas. Emily is a social media consultant and aspiring blogger from Massachusetts. You can follow her on Twitter or check out her new blog at www.emilyriane.com where she writes about social media, lifestyle and trends. As any successful blogger will tell you, organization is one of the key aspects of having a blog. You can mark-up your planners and make endless to-do lists, but how do you organize your evolving thought process? For me, jotting down notes can be useful but also so confusing! I’ve occasionally entered what I thought was a great idea as a…
  • Top 10 Edu Resources for The New School Year

    Raphaela Brandner
    18 Aug 2015 | 8:58 am
    For some students the new school year has already started, while others are still enjoying their last days of freedom before they dive into a new year of reading assignments, math exercises and science projects. Whether you’re a student or a teacher, we hope the following collection of our top educational resources will help you make the new school year your most successful one yet. Here they are: 1. 6 Tips to Improve Your Creativity In this article we’ve put together 6 scientifically proven ways to stimulate your creativity and help you come up with ideas, be it for a writing…
  • MindMeister for iOS 6.4 Is Out!

    Raphaela Brandner
    20 Jul 2015 | 7:30 am
    Handoff for MindMeister Handoff is a Continuity feature from Apple that enables you to start working on one device and pick up where you left off on another device. This works for things like documents, messages, tasks, and now also for mind maps. Handoff can be particularly handy when you are working on your Mac and suddenly have to leave your desk. In this case, Handoff lets you seamlessly switch to your iPhone or iPad and automatically openthe mind map you’ve been working on on your Mac. TO ENABLE HANDOFF… Sign in to the same iCloud account on all your devices. Turn…
  • 10 EdTech Tools Educators Should Use to Engage Students in Studying

    Raphaela Brandner
    2 Jul 2015 | 3:43 am
    With all tools and innovations implemented into the educational process, students’ attention seems to be following a retrograding trend. Today’s students are not very inspired to learn from textbooks; they are solely motivated by visual content, presentations, educational games, and other strategies that bring some fun into the classroom. The good news is that teachers can always find the needed support in proper EdTech tools. Are you ready to find out which apps and websites you should start using to boost the engagement in class? 1. StudyBlue This website offers a great collection of…
  • 3 New Features for MindMeister

    Raphaela Brandner
    23 Jun 2015 | 4:27 am
    Summer has come to the beautiful city of Vienna, home to a big part of the MindMeister team, and the temperatures are going up, up, up. Luckily, a powerful AC and a never-ending supply of iced coffee are keeping us both cool and productive. In fact, our developers have been quite busy over the the past few months, which is why today there are not one, not two, but three updates for MindMeister’s web app we’d like to tell you about: Copy & Paste Improvements Images: Images copied to your clipboard (for instance from a Google Images search) can now directly be pasted onto a…
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    Assistive Technology

  • Lapworks Adds Two Great Tablet Accessories for the Teacher

    27 Aug 2015 | 7:10 pm
    Over the years I have reviewed several products from LapWorks, who has been manufacturing and selling fine accessories for laptops and tablets, but had not heard from them in years. But just last week, I received and email from them announcing some new products for iPads and tablets that I just had to take a look at. Lapworks has just recently released two products that really make a huge difference when you want to use an iPad or Tablet for instruction in the classroom. If you have ever tried to balance or hold an iPad or tablet in your hand as you move about the classroom-then you…
  • Incipio Delivers on Sleeves and Cases for Surface 3

    20 Aug 2015 | 4:51 pm
    As students start heading back to school many will return with Microsoft Surface 3 devices which is a great choice. Having a light weight tablet to take to classes with Office 365 is a perfect combination. With the release of Windows 10 the Surface 3 is transformed to a powerful mobile device allowing students the opportunity to take it wherever they are. The Surface 3 really shines when using the digital pen and OneNote for taking notes which can easily be shared. For students on the go-who want to travel in style take a look at the Roosevelt Folio from Incipio which wraps a…
  • Vernier Go Wireless Link: Creating New Opportunities for Mobile Data Collection

    23 Jul 2015 | 10:06 am
    It certainly is exciting times to be involved in the field of educational technology and if your are a science teacher there is even more opportunities with your existing classroom technology to take advantage of using science probeware in your classroom. If you have been following my blog, you know how passionate I am about teachers using probeware in the classroom to give students the capability of collecting data in real time. This is an especially important tool if you are supporting students with special needs-in that these tools provide…
  • Reflector 2 Now Adds Screen Recording

    3 Jul 2015 | 12:49 pm
    While I was attending the ISTE 2015 conference I had a chance to visit the AirSquirrels Booth and find out what was new. As a long time user of Reflector, I was excited to find out that Reflector 2, now included the ability to record audio and video. This was one feature which I have been hoping for - for some time now. In the past I would generally use a screen capturing software to record the audio and video which at times produced less then a high quality recording. When I got back from ISTE 2015 Conference I downloaded Reflector 2 to…
  • Equil Smartmarker: Capturing and Streaming Notes from a Whiteboard Just Got a Whole Lot Easier!

    9 Jun 2015 | 5:08 pm
    Ok, so you already know if you have been reading my blog just how much I love gadgets. Especially, gadgets that are easy to use and can extend the learning that is taking place in my classroom. When I read about the Equil Smartmarker from Luidia a couple of months ago, I was enthralled with the possibilities. As an Assistive Technology Consultant I am often supporting students with disabilities who may require that classroom notes be provided to them.  So when I came across the Equil Smartmarker, I had to get my hands on one to review. Luidia was kind enough to send me an Equil…
 
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    Mindomo Blog

  • Keeping your mind maps organized

    Nadina Lupu
    26 Aug 2015 | 5:30 am
    If you have been mind mapping like crazy, and your friends and colleagues also shared their maps with you,  you might want to know how to put everything in order. A handy solution is to organize your maps into folders. This way you can classify maps according to their importance (e.g. separate work-related maps from personal [...]
  • Quick Tip: Copying Branches Between Maps

    Nadina Lupu
    31 Jul 2015 | 4:03 am
    Normally, when you copy a branch, Mindomo copies the plain text outline format of the branch. If you want to fully copy a branch with all its links, images, notes and other resources, follow these steps:  1. Click on the branch you wish to copy 2. Press CTRL+C 3. In the lower left side, you [...]
  • What Do You Think of Your New Mindomo Dashboard?

    Nadina Lupu
    15 Jun 2015 | 1:57 pm
    We’re constantly looking for ways to optimize your experience with Mindomo. That’s why we recently merged the two dashboards: Maps and Projects/Courses (depending whether you have a business or educational account). Just take a look at some of the most important changes: - quickly build folders and projects/courses by clicking on ’Create’ - organize maps that were shared with you. Move them from [...]
  • Using Mindomo Courses In Your Classes

    Nadina Lupu
    13 Feb 2015 | 2:15 am
    If you use mind maps for lesson planning and delivering the learning material, but you also want students to create maps of their own, you should definitely try Mindomo Courses. Here’s WHY: 1. You can give students written instructions on each mind map assignment. Students often feel that mind mapping is difficult because they don’t know [...]
  • Getting Things Done in a World of Rapid Change

    Nadina Lupu
    5 Feb 2015 | 6:00 am
    Our world has been experiencing change since the beginning. We are used to changing schools and work environments. We meet new people and face new challenges almost every day.  Change is natural. And it had a natural pace until the beginning of the 20th century. Since then, change is speeding up. Today’s unanimous anxiety, mostly caused by [...]
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    Creately Blog | Diagramming Articles and Tips on How to Draw Diagrams

  • How Cloud Technology is Shaping SMBs Productivity?

    Nishadha
    28 Aug 2015 | 1:13 pm
    Long time back ‘Cloud Computing’ entered the world of technology. Since, then cloud-based services have been used by billions of corporations from all around the world. The capabilities of cloud computing has brought a paradigm shift in IT functionality of businesses. Cloud technology has proved to be an absolutely a game-changing revolution for industries of all sizes. Recent research on SMB cloud computing... Read More This posts was originally published at Creately blog. Click How Cloud Technology is Shaping SMBs Productivity? to visit the blog post. Visit the Creately website to learn…
  • 6 Months Into A Startup – Here’s Everything We’ve Learned

    Nishadha
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:05 am
    Note: As a startup ourselves we love to hear about other startups. We hope you will also love this story and take some important lessons from it. We launched our software in January, just a bit over 6 months ago, and since then, it’s been a world of learning. Some things we expected, and others came completely out of left field. Here’s a... Read More This posts was originally published at Creately blog. Click 6 Months Into A Startup – Here’s Everything We’ve Learned to visit the blog post. Visit the Creately website to learn more about Online Diagramming Tools.
  • How Geographic Information Systems Help to Plan Your Business

    Nishadha
    26 Aug 2015 | 3:31 am
    The recent rise in technology has changed the face of business and just about everything that goes with it. Companies are moving away from fighting for potential customers by shooting ads into a blanket of darkness and hoping for positive results. With the development of analytical technology, light has been thrown onto the canvas and now marketers can not only target customers but... Read More This posts was originally published at Creately blog. Click How Geographic Information Systems Help to Plan Your Business to visit the blog post. Visit the Creately website to learn more about Online…
  • Latest AWS Diagram Icons to Plan Your Infrastructure

    Nishadha
    12 Aug 2015 | 2:22 am
    Amazon Web Services is the biggest cloud hosting provider and they have a drove of services. If you are like us, managing a complex cloud infrastructure can become hazy if you do not keep track of how things are organized. Like it’s close cousin Network diagrams, Amazon Web Services diagrams on Creately have been designed to help people map out their cloud infrastructure... Read More This posts was originally published at Creately blog. Click Latest AWS Diagram Icons to Plan Your Infrastructure to visit the blog post. Visit the Creately website to learn more about Online Diagramming…
  • Using Excel to Identify Your Most Profitable Customers

    Nishadha
    8 Aug 2015 | 9:22 am
    You’re probably thinking, ‘I already know who my most profitable customers are, they’re the ones who spent the most money, right?’ However, this is not always the case. For example, somebody could buy the most expensive item on sale, but then never return to buy from your business again. On the other hand, a customer could buy the cheapest product, but return regularly... Read More This posts was originally published at Creately blog. Click Using Excel to Identify Your Most Profitable Customers to visit the blog post. Visit the Creately website to learn more about Online Diagramming…
 
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