Here at PieSync we take productivity seriously. Which is why we’re always on the lookout for new technologies that help you win time and be more productive in your work day. We believe that the new Tesla Model 3 is the latest productivity tool that’s about to storm the world. Read on to find out how it can save you precious work hours while commuting to work.
If you’re a woman in the tech industry, hats off to you! You’re a part of a wave of women who, despite the severe shortage of female talent in the tech industry, are smashing glass ceilings, bringing new perspectives and paving the way for gender equality within a rapidly expanding industry. Here’s our pick of inspirational women in technology:
In this third and final post in a series about how new technology affect agencies, I’ll be taking a closer look at challenges and opportunities that lay ahead for creative agencies.
The term creative agency covers many types of businesses, from PR and communication agencies over web, ad and marketing agencies. What all of these have in common, is that they’re being served – or bothered – by an ever increasing array of technology.
In this second post in a series about the evolving agency landscape, the challenges faced by financial services agencies take centre stage. The first part, about real estate, didn’t need much of an introduction as the industry is well known. But what exactly are financial services agencies? And how are they getting ready for the future, where technology is bringing new opportunities as well potential threats?
In this first post in a series about the evolving agency landscape, we’ll focus on the challenges real estate agents and brokers face.
‘Are Real Estate Brokers Obsolete?’ is the title of a highly debated article Bruce Kasanoff wrote on Forbes.com last year. When the concept of real estate brokers first took off, brokers were the only source of information about a property, and there weren’t many possibilities to advertise.
The internet has changed all that. In his article, Kasanoff states that apart from opening the door to let buyers into a property, 95% of what a broker does, can now be done by technology. Provocative, isn’t it?
You hear it all the time: ‘The agency model is broken’ or even ‘The agency model is dead’. Advertising, marketing, financial services, real estate agencies… they are all struggling in some way or another. But will agencies become extinct? I don’t buy it. There are challenges, yes. The business world is rapidly changing, and some agencies will not make it. Since sticking your head in the sand is not your best tactic, why not explore how you can adapt and thrive in an increasingly technological world?
The word ‘vacation’ comes from the Latin vacare, which means ‘be unoccupied’.
In ancient times, wealthy Romans would leave their daily occupations behind to see the great wonders of history. Thanks to the modern wonders of technology, we don’t need to actually visit the ruins of the Acropolis to see what it’s like. However, it has also become a lot easier to never be unoccupied at all, as our inbox can travel with us to almost every destination.
People deal with their inbox on vacation in different ways, which tactic do you use?
Spreadsheets, like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets, are designed to calculate stuff. However, lots of people use them to simply store and share data. As a developer, this used to freak me out. I wondered why every estate agent, PR consultant, marketeer or office assistant in any agency I’ve worked with, uses spreadsheets for storing names, addresses and phone numbers.