It’s a perfect Monday morning: the coffee is warm, the laptop is on, and you are all set to start the task of the day. It’s quite a time-sensitive one; you need to urgently fill an opening for the web designer post. Let’s see which of these two recruiters get this job done without impeding the progress of their perfect Monday.
It’s here! Zoho Calendar’s CalDAV sync is now available for iOS and OSX. If you have an iPhone/iPad, you can now view and manage your events right through iCal, instead of accessing Zoho Calendar via the Zoho Mail app. MacBook users, too, can use iCal to access Zoho Calendar. What’s more, you can use the Calendar even when you’re offline, and later, once you have an internet connection, the events will be synced.
With this sync, you can create an event in Zoho Calendar, add location and description, and invite attendees all through your iCal. You can also set reminders and even accept invites on iCal.
Apart from the ease of access, syncing your calendars can give you a better sense of your schedule as it shows your work events—scheduled on Zoho Calendar—along with all others marked on your iCal.
Thunderbird-Lightning users can also configure the CalDAV sync for Zoho Calendar. This will allow them to view and manage events through Thunderbird-Lightning, even when they are offline—the events will be synced once there’s an internet connection. Read more
If you’re anything like the recruiters I’ve spoken with, it’s a fair assumption that you and your hiring managers don’t always see eye to eye.
Okay maybe not every hiring manager—I’m sure there are ones you’re in sync with like too-good-to-be-true-sitcom-friendships—but whether you work with one, five or 50, there are moments you’re both frustrated.
That’s because the partnership is often a strange and cruel paradox. Maintaining a strong relationship with hiring managers is the most influential factor in talent acquisition performance, but these relationships are also a top culprit of stress for recruiting professionals.
It doesn’t have to be this way. The two of you can work in harmony.
We bring you a tool that lets you easily switch to Zoho Projects, if you’ve been using JIRA. Presenting to you Jira User Migration Program.
1. Do More and Do It Quickly
You can sign up with Zoho Projects and get started in less than two minutes— no training necessary. If you’re not a techie, you don’t have to pump precious man hours into understanding the product. Read more
Mitro, the open source password manager for individuals and teams, is shutting down on Aug 31, 2015. If you are a Mitro user, you might feel sad to see it go. But you don’t have a choice to keep it alive. Mitro will soon be gone and it’s time for you to move on.
If you are wondering where to move on to, try Zoho Vault:
Zoho Vault, is an online password manager that comes with an extremely easy-to-use interface, advanced team sharing features, cross-platform support, rock-solid security and complete data privacy.
Mitro got off to a flying start but …
Here is the backstory of this poignant moment. Though the shutdown announcement came only a couple of days ago, Mitro had been showing signs of trouble for quite some time. Launched in 2013, Mitro had the backing of institutional investors including Google ventures and Angel investors. Exactly a year ago, Twitter acquired Mitro. Despite the strong backing, there were no major updates or changes to the product during the past year.
We respect Mitro for what they have delivered so far. Mitro enjoyed a great start and delivered a nice product – a little password manager. In the process, got acquired by Twitter and lost steam thereafter. A victim of cloud consolidation? Or yet another case of acquisition failure?
On the other hand, Zoho Vault, which was launched during the same time as Mitro, has been going strong with great feature additions and product upgrades. Today, Zoho Vault, an integral part of the Zoho suite of deeply integrated products, is trusted by thousands of customers – individuals and organizations – across the globe. Zoho suite has been in the market for the past ten years and commands the trust of more than 13 million users.
Whatever be the cause for Mitro’s shutting down, we can assure you one thing: With us, you will not face acquisition fall outs. Private and bootstrapped since our founding – we don’t answer to anyone but you. We never will. We’re here for you, for the long haul.
Switching to Zoho Vault is free, fast, and easy
If you are an individual
Go ahead and sign up directly. You will be enrolled into a 15-day trial. At the end of the trial, your account will be automatically converted to the FREE plan that is valid forever.
If you are a member of an organization
Go ahead and sign up for an account directly. You will be enrolled into a 15-day trial. Then, fill this online form providing proof of your Mitro usage. You may attach a screen capture of the Mitro shutdown announcement email that was sent to you. Once we receive the screen capture, we will enable a one-year, professional subscription license absolutely FREE of cost.
We have provided an easy option to quickly import your data from Mitro. Export your data from Mitro as a CSV file. Log in to Zoho Vault, navigate to “Tools,” click “Import,” and select the option “Mitro CSV File” in the drop-down. Your passwords will be imported to Zoho Vault.
If you need any assistance, write to us at (support) (at) (zohovault) (dot) (com).
3D printing is a futuristic technology and is slowly marking its presence in every industry. But even for a such a modern service, the age old need to manage the business finances still remains. The same old debit and credit, generating invoices, getting paid, managing expenses and the like.
Michael Armbruster started Incept 3D with a motive of delivering quick and accurate 3D printing services to industries. To quote Michael, “A difference of 30 minutes can determine whether or not something will make the deadline to ship that day. The speed at which we are able to execute our side of things at Incept 3D is compounded all the way down the line, and whether or not we are able to execute in that 30 minutes might change the course of our customer’s product development by months”.
Working on such tight schedules, they cannot waste time on creating quotes or invoices manually every time they do business with a customer. In short, managing finances the traditional way was slowing them down too much. That’s why they chose Zoho Books to eliminate tasks that were slowing them down and increase productivity.
Learn more about how Incept 3D delivers unmatched 3D printing services to its customers and how Zoho Books was a game changer for Incept 3D.
Today, the way people consume information has evolved – we look for information that conveys the whole idea in a single step. A study at the University of Minnesota, found that visual aids are 43 percent more effective in persuading your audience than text alone. While compiling large amounts of data in our business reports, there is often a need to answer several questions to arrive at meaningful decisions. Say for an instance, while creating sales reports, you often have to answer questions like – “What are the monthly sales of your stores in the north-east region?” or “What are the highest revenue generating products of your store?”. Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts can help you visualize data and make informed decisions.
Apart from making data collection downright simple, Zoho Creator can help you with your reporting and analytical needs. Pivot Tables from Zoho Creator can help you slice and dice your data in the following ways:
Break down your data
Let’s assume you own ‘Starmark Stationary Company’. You would want to keep a regular check on the products’ performance in the market and the sales from each of the stores in the East, West and Central regions of the state. Pivot Table swings into action, doing hours worth of work in an instant.
Design dynamic layouts
Once you have created your pivot table, you might want to improve the readability of the report and make it more attractive. With pivot tables you can easily move fields around to tell different stories about your data. The following are the different layouts that could be created based on the source data set.
Discover trends and patterns
To compare the quarterly sales data of all your stores, select ‘Quarter’ from the drop-down list using the ‘filter‘ option in your pivot table. Based on this report, you could infer that the ‘binder’ is the most fast-selling product across all regions. Using this trend, you could decide to stock more binders in your inventory.
Visualize data in seconds
Now that you’ve summarized your data using pivot tables, you could use pivot charts to visualise data in a more comprehensive manner.
Pivot tables come in handy when you are working with large data sets in your applications. So go ahead,and start saying it with charts! Tell us how you’ve used pivots to visualize your data better.