How to share information in online meeting

So I’m going to be teaching you, well showing you how to share information in a online meeting using Google hangouts. So first things first you will need A google account for starters, a computer, tablet or smart phone with internet access. Also wherever WiFi permits. You will also need a webcam with a microphone, speakers/headphones and also google video chat plug-in and to use audio/video conferencing services. so getting started you have to go the site https://hangouts.google.com and/or start a hangout its in the upper right of your google+ screen. Then you will open the start a hangout window and you can choose or select people in your google+ circles and you can add participants by name which will also reference their google account or email address. Then you’ll need to name your hangout. so once they click join hangout a separate window will appear where they’ll have to click join again to confirm. and if they are already signed in the process will go quicker. So pretty much by clicking hangout will take them to hangout window and a chime will sound on your system signifying the connection had been established. so that’s pretty much it its all real simple and basic. But you can invite people, chat, screen-share, google drive and google effects. there is a lot of things and other services you are available too. This is as deep as this can without copying someone else work this is the best way i can explain how to share information with someone online. Well i have another way of sharing things and that’s One Note 2016...

7 tips to become more productive – Personal Productivity, Project Management and teamwork how to guides

  Many people confuse productivity with the amount of work completed or how quickly they could get work done. Instead of viewing productivity as a quantity think of it as quality. Simply put, view productivity as quality over quality. Allowing yourself to work productively will help you work at your best and become a stronger employee. To become a more productive employee and even in your personal life, here are 7 tips to become more productive: To start your day, wake up slightly earlier than your normal time and establish a morning routine. Try yoga, reading a book while drinking your coffee or scan your to do list Create a balance of your work day and find a way to become more organized. Doing things like not checking your email an hour before it’s time to go home can help you wind down from the work day and come fresh tomorrow. Create and follow a realistic to do list to help plan and structure your day Avoid multi-tasking and do one project at a time Take a break and go for a walk or even exercise after lunch time to avoid feeling tired or less productive Create a definite work life balance to give yourself time to detach from the responsibilities from work Prioritize your workload and deadlines while structuring your to do list These 7 tips can help you become more productive in your personal and professional life. Organizing the tasks of your day can help you think much more clearly and allow you do things better and not quickly. It is also important to create a work...

How to Share Files Using Dropbox

Dropbox is just one of many cloud-based storage programs. Essentially, you can save files there for you to access when you’re not at home or work. It’s one of the big names in cloud storage and they’re based in San Francisco. Here is a guide to using their free and simple file sharing feature. 1. Start at Dropbox.com This is very straight forward stuff here. If you have gmail and use Google Chrome it’s a breeze. 2. Share a single file. This is just one option for sharing files. Once you have your file(s) uploaded, just select them and click Share. You can select the contacts or email addresses to share them with. You can add multiple recipients and add comments for description. 3. Make a Shared Folder. This option will do exactly what is says. Make separate folders for different topics whether they’re personal or for work.   Just select the members of your shared file group and add a comment.   That’s the file sharing feature of Dropbox. You can get the app on your mobile device and have even greater access to these features.  ...

Deploy Android Tablets to Medium Sized Company

Introduction Now this could be a big opportunity for the company to increase their revenue.  By deploying the latest Samsung tablet to every employee, it is a big job, but is possible.  We are going to go through some topics to help kick start this project.  First, you need to know how many people you are working with and how to get the tablet to them.  Next, how much tablets you are going to order for budget costs.  Third, teaching every employee how to operate the tablet and use it for business purposes.  Lastly, little things to plan out after the deployment.   The Company Let’s assume that we are working with 57 employees who needs the tablet for daily use.  I would prefer to order 57 plus 10 more just in case a tablet breaks or malfunctions in the future.  By doing this, you can replace the broken tablet with a new tablet for the staff to use temporary.  In the meantime, you can repair the tablet if you have the skills to.  If the screen breaks, it can be easily replaced, but can take a couple of days to order and repair it.  After that, the employee can have their tablet back and resume back to where they left off.   The Budget Each tablet costs around $170 with a front cover.  The total would be around $12k which can be pricey, but you must lose some to win some.  Samsung also is a well-respected company which produces reliable devices for the world.  This tablet will last at least 2 years before the newest hot products hit...

Deploy Latest Version of Samsung Android Tablet to Employees of Mid-Size Company in Milwaukee

Objective This plan should be used to seamlessly and effectively roll out new tablets to the employees of a medium-sized Milwaukee company. Tablet devices can be used to streamline work flow and increase employee mobility. The Android system should allow for flexibility in choosing software. This plan includes a rough order of magnitude that estimates for timeline, monetary cost, and resources. Cooperation with the current IT staff should be considered a high priority. Timeline & List of Tasks There should be 12 weeks of initial planning before the roll out. This plan is for deployment only. Consideration should be given to post-roll out support. The devices and software will need technical support once implemented. Week 1 Hardware & software inventory Current IT staff should submit detailed list of current tablets & software Week 2-3 Research options & hardware requirement for new tablets Include current IT staff in the discussion Research & shop MDM services Request office printer compatibility information from IT staff (wireless print servers) Request wireless network & security report from IT staff Week 4-5 Submit cost estimate to stakeholders Research tech support requirements Shop vendor options Week 6-7 Obtain prototype tablet device & begin testing Task IT staff with the prototype tablet & request feedback Deploy prototype to an employee for regular simulation testing Week 8 Analyze tablet prototype feedback Finalize choice of tablet & software with IT staff Place order for new devices Week 9-10 Create plan with IT staff for organized software installation & migration on new tablets Receive & verify new devices – register & add to inventory Setup & test wireless network Week...

Deploy latest version of Samsung Android Tablet to employees of Medium size company in Milwaukee

After being informed that a medium size company would like our company to provide the technical upgrades to their company they have asked us to provide the company with new android tablets. Now this is a medium size company in which there are a total of 600 employees working within the company.  The company feels that tablets are cost effective and would like employees to have it with them rather than having laptops. They requested that the tablets are the latest model out there and that it replaces the need for laptops, tracking information of the tablet, applications installed in the device i.e. “Microsoft word, excel, power point, ect”.  As well they would like to have email configuration and support users on standby.   Now after gathering all the information that the company would need to have a much more efficient company and rely on tablet use. The first goal that should be taken on is finding a tablet that is affordable that the company can buy 600 of them but as well the tablet can be better than a laptop or desktop.  The specifications I would look for in a tablet for a company is that the processor must be an intel processor with the minimal of 4GbB of ram and with a hard drive space of 30 – 60 GB.  Battery life must last at least 6-9 hours. Now that the recommended specifications have been listed, now we will look 3 tablets that are the latest out there in the market in which the company will invest on.   The first tablet is a “CHUWI Hi10 Plus...