Conseil 4: Mets-toi sur la map en 6 étapes

10 conseils à un jeune entrepreneur

J’adore jaser avec des entrepreneurs. Des nouveaux, des vétérans, des petits, des grands. J’aime entendre les histoires des autres, et j’aime raconter des histoires. J’aime le partage d’expérience qui survient à tout coup.

Il y a quelque temps dans la Communauté Niviti, j’ai répondu à un jeune entrepreneur qui demandait conseil. Ça m’a inspiré une liste de petits et grands conseils que j’aurais aimé savoir quand j’ai commencé. Je vous propose donc aujourd’hui le quatrième de 10 conseils à un jeune entrepreneur: [Lire la suite…]

Plaxo for iPhone – not with Google Apps ?

I received an email this morning announcing Plaxo for iPhone now with Address Book Sync for All Plaxo Members. Cool! I’ve been a member of Plaxo for many years, but I never really used it much. It’s yet another social network / contact info service. But an iPhone app could definitely be useful and surely worth a shot.

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Getting Gmail Storage Under Control – Really Needed ?

A while back, I blogged about switching from a desktop email client to the Web version of GMail, or in my case, Google Apps. And after trying it, I could seriously never go back to a desktop client application.

Emails are at the very root of my professional life. It needs to be « in the cloud » and accessible 24/7 from anywhere in the world.

I don’t want to download them locally,  update or troubleshoot a local application, and I don’t want a large overhead. And let’s face it; none of the email clients currently on the market can even remotely compete with GMail’s outstanding features like threaded emails, filters, labels and all those cools Labs features.

Unfortunately, this has also created a serious problem.

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