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Tabush Group's Cloud & Managed IT Blog

Replay: Tabs3 and Worldox: In the Cloud, without Compromise

In this webinar, our panel discussed how you can have all of the benefits and security of the cloud for everything – your infrastructure, all your applications, and your data.

Topics: Cloud IT Software Tips & Tricks IT Best Practices Small Law Firms Boxtop Law Firm IT Productivity Cloud for Business Cloud for Law Firms remote access

Replay: Planning for 2021: What Your CPA Firm Must Consider

In this webinar, CPA firm partners offered insight into operational, technological, and workforce best practices.  Our panelists and moderator spoke about what their firms are doing to remain productive while supporting a flexible workforce.

Topics: IT Business Culture Cybersecurity Productivity mobility Cloud for Accounting

3 Ways to Tame Your Email

In his 2002 song “Darkness,” Peter Gabriel states “I have my fears / But they do not have me.” Email is the best and worst thing to happen to business in the last 25 years. Best because it’s simple, fast, free, and accessible instantly from just about anywhere on the planet. Alternatively, because it is so simple, fast, and free, it’s also become so overly abused, which is why it’s also the worst (let’s all remember that for hundreds of years before 1996, businesses ran just fine without email).

For too long, email controlled my life – with dozens of folders overflowing with messages, dings and buzzes interrupting just about everything I did, and lengthy threads involving too many recipients and replies. While Outlook was not my employer (as far as I knew, I had never received a paycheck from Microsoft), it was the focus of most of my days in the office, and when I was out of the office, whichever PDA/smartphone I was carrying that year would fill in until the next morning.

My email had me, I did not have email.

Topics: Small Business Email Best Practices Productivity

5 Productivity Apps That Keep Me Organized

These days, I’m not just the founder and president of Tabush Group, but I’m also the co-founder and a board member of Bill4Time, a volunteer for several non-profit organizations, CTO for all the electronics in my household, and tech support for my immediate and extended families.

Most of my work is done on Boxtop, our all-in-one cloud IT solution (yes, we’re our own customer), which I can access from any internet-connected device. When on the go, I very much rely on my iPhone and iPad.

In addition to being able to access everything work-related securely via Boxtop, there are also a few apps that I consider to be lifesavers when it comes to productivity, so I thought I’d share my current favorites. (FYI: these work across all platforms, with the exception of Scanbot).

Topics: Cloud Apps Productivity