Management Time apps

Monitor your mobile employees in real time

Did someone mention Big Brother when this mobile phone management app came up for consideration? Let's put it this way, if you do anything untoward while the Mobile Monitor is monitoring your mobile phone use, you're going down like a ton of bricks. Mobile Monitoring is a set of tools for your android and Windows mobile that goes way beyond anything previous by reporting in real-time on all call and text action on the tracked handset. In a nightmare move for some, it even tracks your data if you are calling while driving-which we all know is a bit of a no-no.   Mobile Monitor is a ...  More

Mobile Monitor Mar 15th 2012

Time tracking with a 98% customer satisfaction rating

Boy, have we reviewed a lot of time tracking applications of late. DeskTime, CaseFox and Smart Employee Scheduling come to mind as some of the best of recent times. So what does TSheets have to offer? Well, whatever it is, it boasts a 98% customer approval rating and has been rated as the number one user friendly time tracking app by it's customers. It's main claim to fame is a clean and simple-to-use, very accurate, mobile friendly as well as flexible suite of tools that takes care of all aspects of the time sheeting and billing process. It's built with technology designed to work ...  More

TSheets Mar 8th 2012

Putting the social and fun into project management

Over the last few years, social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook have revolutionized the way we interact and share information with our friends. Yodiz is a project management tool that does similar things but in a business oriented format. Whether you are looking for a set of personal management tools or something with a bit more oomph for your business, big or small, Yodiz is an all-encompassing development program that gives you the power to organize your life and collaborate with your co conspirators.   Yodiz is a disruptive, cloud based service that claims to have made a ...  More

Yodiz Feb 8th 2012

All-encompassing sports team management made easy

If you manage a sports team of some sorts you need all the help you can get. Despite the general perception of the public, most sports team management is done on a voluntary basis and team managers spend a lot of their own time (and money) trying to make sure that all aspects of your team runs smoothly for maximum team performance. ArrangeMyGame is a free sport management application that is just about to make life a lot easier for all sports management teams.   Arrange My Game is an online sports team management web app that lets you quickly and easily set up a team, arrange events ...  More

ArrangeMyGame Jan 31st 2012

Simplify and streamline your meetings

While meetings are meant to be the lifeblood of the business they are quite often wasted opportunities. Leads are not followed up on, they can be disorganized and there has to be an awful lot of note taking. MeetingKing is a project management, productivity and collaboration application that manages to simplify all these elements allowing you to concentrate on the things that are really important. Putting everyone in the know and brainstorming to move your business in the right direction - forwards.   MeetingKing is a new web-based meeting workflow and information tool to help keep ...  More

MeetingKing Jan 28th 2012

All your business analysis in one location

It is said that many businesses spend up to 80% of their time collecting and analyzing data and creating reports. While this is an admirable trait as it's essential to know what your customers want and how well your business is running, 80% is a ridiculous amount of time to spend on it when that time could be used making business decisions rather than overanalyzing them. Cyfe is a web-based business and analytical set of tools that helps you bring all your business metrics into one single location.   What impact can an 80% loss in performance have on your business? Cyfe has developed ...  More

Cyfe Jan 19th 2012

The ultimate TV management guide

TV seems to have taken over from the movies as the biggest talk around the water cooler these days. The regularity of a series gets into the psyche of the watching public far more effectively. With so many series being highly complicated to follow the viewer is sucked more and more into a maelstrom of information and snippets of information from friends and many other sources. Miss an episode and you have no idea what's going on - just ask fans of "Lost." Fav.tv is a place for TV tragics. It's a place where you can share thoughts and view your friends' favorites while managing your own tv ...  More

fav.tv Jan 17th 2012

Slim down that wallet

This one has had some reasonably good user ratings and it’s easy to understand why if you’re one of those people that carry around a wallet that resembles a back-pack. Never mind the cash inside it’s usually all of those loyalty and membership cards that bulk it out meaning that you can no longer slip it inside a back pocket and sit in any comfort.Well, you can now regain your posture with this smart little app that enables you to get the information required on most of your loyalty and membership cards transferred onto you mobile phone. Now, instead of fumbling ...  More

Cardmobili Jan 4th 2012

A file manager for multitasking

Here is another of those apps I love that deliver way more than you think they are going to. Take a look at Folder+'s rather drab exterior and you wouldn't have a clue to what's lurking inside. So, what makes it so special, you may ask? Well, for a start, it's a file manager that actively encourages you to multitask which is a bit of a bonus it you are planning to do some audio recording and draw something simultaneously - because you can do that here.  It also has an auto-recovery feature which enables you to reclaim any documents that might get lost in editing. But that's just the ...  More

Folder+ Dec 23rd 2011

Interview tests for programmers

I love this, interviews might be a fundamental part of the hiring process but you can’t really gauge if the applicant could do the job once they’re on the payroll from a polite conversation over coffee and a Krispy Kreme. You’re also never quite sure how much of the resume has been dressed up. I once worked for a business where a guy applied for the position of Head of Operations. His resume stated quite clearly that he spoke fluent Dutch which might have been why our Dutch boss was keen to interview him. One simple question in the language soon revealed that claim ...  More

Interviewstreet Dec 21st 2011

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