AlohaTone Customer Relationship Management helps businesses keep track of their customers and come up with more efficient ways to market to them. Both small and large businesses have found ways to implement CRM practices in their business operations in an effort to understand their customers better, serve them better and ultimately increase sales and build loyalty.
CRM helps in developing better communication channels. Interactive Voice Response System, web sites, etc. have made life easy both for the organisation and also for its sales representatives.
AlohaTone CRM solutions provide you with a complete picture of your sales pipeline, as well as your existing customers. With that in hand, you can identify and target individuals with the greatest potential for future sales. Rather than taking the mass marketing approach, CRM allows you to focus and fine-tune your marketing efforts to make those efforts more productive.
Do you want to free up some space on your Gmail account but have no idea where to start? Check out this video from Tekzilla. Search by size and emails that are older than a certain date!
Also if you’re running out of space in your Gmail or Google Apps inbox, the quickest fix is nixing the largest attachments you’ve got stashed. You can’t do that from Gmail’s web interface – unless you’ve enlisted Find Big Mail’s help. Find Big Mail is a paid service provides features as
- labels for emails over 1MB, 5MB and 10MB
- charts showing how much space is used by each group of emails
- links to the 20 biggest emails
- email summary of the results
- live charts as your email is scanned
For more information please click on the links above, sooner or later we all have to clean up that mailbox the information provided above will make cleaning a snap.
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What is this?
Disk Inventory X is a disk usage utility for Mac OS X 10.3 (and later). It shows the sizes of files and folders in a special graphical way called “treemaps“.
If you’ve ever wondered where all your disk space has gone, Disk Inventory X will help you to answer this question.
- Provides a basic overview of all your disks on startup
- Creates a click-able map of the data on your disk, color-coded by type
- Provides additional information about specific data when you click on an item on the map
- Can analyze the entire disk or just a specific folder
- Easily reveal specific folders and files in the Finder so you can delete them
- Shows basic information about any file or folder you select (post-analysis)
- Allows you to view your entire disk by order of file/folder size so you can see the largest space hogs
Where It Excels
Disk Inventory X is very informative and easy to use. You choose the disk you want to analyze, it runs through all the data on it, and then provides you with a color-coded map so you can see what’s filling up your disk. You can then click on any portion of the map to find out more details and reveal that item in the Finder so it can be deleted (if you want to delete it, that is). What I find most useful, however, is the drawer-based list in the app that displays files and folders from largest to smallest. Although the map can be visually interesting, I find that a text-based list is easier to read as you can just see what’s taking up a ton of space and what’s not very easily. Disk Inventory X gives you both, so you’re in good shape regardless of what you prefer. It provides all the information you’ll need, in multiple ways, when analyzing your disk space.
Where to Download
Disk Inventory can be downloaded directly from the CNet website or by visiting the developer’s site page. As mentioned, this program downloads cleanly and does not come with any unwanted icons, toolbar’s, or other problems. Disk Inventory won’t slow down your system either, but do keep in mind that it takes about ten minutes to run each scan. Otherwise, Disk Inventory is one of the best ways to find out what’s on your Mac and to clean it up.
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SkyDrive (officially Microsoft SkyDrive, previously Windows Live SkyDrive and Windows Live Folders) is a file hosting service that allows users to upload and sync files to a cloud storage and then access them from a Web browser or their local device. It is part of the Windows Live range of online services and allows users to keep the files private, share them with contacts, or make the files public. Publicly shared files do not require a Microsoft account to access.
The service offers 7 GB of free storage for new users. Additional storage is available for purchase. Users who signed up to SkyDrive prior to April 22, 2012 could have opted-in for a limited time offer of 25 GB of free storage upgrade. The service is built using HTML5 technologies, and files up to 300 MB can be uploaded via drag and drop into the web browser, or up to 2 GB via the SkyDrive desktop application for Microsoft Windows and OS X.
SkyDrive is the place to store your files so you can access them from virtually any device. With SkyDrive for iOS, you can now easily access, manage, and share files on the go. You can also upload photos or videos from your iPhone or iPad to SkyDrive.
SkyDrive works with great apps you may already use. You can give these apps permission to sync, access, and save files to your SkyDrive. That way it’s even easier to keep all your stuff in just one place and access it anywhere. Check out the apps.
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Google has offered it’s business users a 5 GB storage for documents and Google+ photos and separate 25 GB of storage for your Gmail so far.
However the question is, have you been using this storage space as you wish?
You may have been using your drive storage space a lot for storing documents and photos while you have lots of space still left in Gmail. Vice Versa, you may only using a large amount of email storage, but have a less documents and files stored in Google Drive.
So, this is an exciting news for Gmail and Drive users like you…
Google is in the process of merging all storage space across its products into one shared storage space that you can use as you wish.
All basic free Google users will get a combined 15GB of unified storage across Drive, Google+ photos, and Gmail while paid customers will start with 30GB. The Storage will also be shared with photos you upload to Google+ larger than 2048px.
Furthermore, there are some interesting enhancements to the Google Drive Storage page that will release with the new update. You will be able to get a better understanding of how you are using your drive space by simply hover over the pie chart on your Google Drive Storage page. To get more information on this exciting news click here to go to Google’s Enterprise Blog page for more details.
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