You may be transitioning out of Google Drive to use another service or you may be leaving a project where you worked – the truth is that in any of these cases manually saving files or, worse yet, simply letting them go, is a no no. Information is power, and with all the data your […]Read More How to export your Google files and data
For years I have been using Google Docs as my main text processing tool. Just like many of you I started using Microsoft Word in high school and upgraded to Pages when I started using a Mac some years later. These are great test processors but lack two very important features: collaboration and version control. […]Read More How to open a Word document on Google Docs?
In the last weeks I have been asked a couple of times whether coworking is a trend only popular amongst freelancers and startups or whether it is also affecting how larger companies work. My answer is always ‘have you heard of corporate coworking?’ and the aswer is usually ‘uh, nope’. So, here’s a brief post […]Read More Corporate coworking: How can large companies benefit from the new way of work?
It’s my first working day with a Google Chromebook. I needed a replacement for a broken Macbook and was very curious about the Google Chromebook, so I decided to give it a go. I still have a backup for more demanding things (another much bigger laptop running Ubuntu) but the Chromebook will be my main […]Read More The chromebook challenge – day 1
Microsoft is making a marketing campaign of very questionable taste against the Google Chromebook. Their Scroogled (I am not going to link to it. Google it. Ha!) site has been attaching Google for some time already, with dedicated landing pages for each way in which Google sucks and Microsoft is much better. They point out […]Read More Why I believe in Chromebooks