Mavenlink News & Analysis
| Tuesday Mar 12, 2013
Ever since Marissa Mayer declared “Work from Home” dead at Yahoo, many other companies have begun to take a closer look at the impact that “Work at Home” is having. In spite of being been placed under a microscope, it is still seen as providing more pros than cons. But like most social business issues, culture dictates how well employees will engage online as they do within a company’s four walls.
| Thursday Feb 14, 2013
To work smarter there are many things companies can do to make employees more productive and efficient. However, not all solutions or platforms provide a meaningful way to track progress. Today, thanks to new features to Mavenlink’s project management and collaboration platform, users can track their project’s financials with greater visibility and control.
| Thursday Jan 3, 2013
What does 2013 hold for the future of HTML5? If predictions by industry analysts are correct, mobile will be its calling card. And rightly so -- HTML5 has the power to help smartphones, feature phones, tablets, notebooks, desktop PCs, televisions and vehicles come together through cloud services.
| Tuesday Nov 27, 2012
As long as content is king, search engine optimization remains relevant. It takes more than just a few Google updates, or the mounting evidence that shows pay per click advertising gets more leads to keep marketers from pouring time, effort and lots of money in to SEO strategies.
| Friday Nov 9, 2012
What happens when the number one application in the Google Apps Marketplace and the number one Google Apps SMB Reseller join forces?
| Tuesday Jul 24, 2012
You know what they say ‘If you aren’t mobile, you aren’t working’. Well, to be fair, no one is saying that just yet, but soon, as more platforms and applications become available and easier to use on mobile devices, everyone will be saying it. Today, Mavenlink launched a new mobile application, making it even easier for users to access their workforce collaboration platform on any device.
| Wednesday Jul 18, 2012
Social collaboration isn't always easy, nor is project management. While both require a certain degree of strategy, in order to be successful at either the key is to find a platform that provides the right amount of flexibility, usability and functionality to make teams both social and productive. Enter Mavenlink.