However you implement your staff reviews, this system can help. You can create your own custom questions and configure the format in which staff need to respond. You can keep the history of previous year’s review data and use it to compare KPIs and achievements for future reviews.
We can even customise the site so that your logo and terminology is used throughout.
The Nokia 3310 phone was one of the most durable and widely used phones in it’s day. To say that it is “coming back from the dead” would be misleading because the phone was so unbreakable that it never could have possibly died!
The original 3310 was very popular at the same time as the Y2K bug was thought to end humanity as we know it. Now Nokia has announced plans to release a new version of the classic mobile phone.
Instagram launched a new feature which lets you share up 10 photos or videos in one post. If you are a user of the media sharing app, get ready because I am sure you will be inundated with even more photos of meals and cats.
Some functionality included in the new feature includes changing the order, editing images individually or choosing a filter that will apply to all items you are sharing. However, all images will share the same caption.
Most of us use Google as our search engine of choice. If you want to know something, type a string of words into the text field under the colourful Google logo and search. Everything you could ever want to know appears before your very eyes.
But there are times when you may not know the exact string of words to search for. You may only know the first word of a phrase, or a single word within a name of something. Here are some helpful tips to consider when using Google to search.
Well it seems that Yahoo have been targeted again. Or they have simply screwed up … Again!
Yahoo has released a statement saying that a breach occurred in August 2013 where more than 1 billion (yes BILLION) user accounts were compromised. You may remember that Yahoo had a similar admission in September where they say that 500 million user accounts had data stolen. That’s 1.5 billion users affected!
I spent many years in commercial IT teams where a large portion of time was spent keeping servers working, backing up, restoring, enabling and disabling user access to resources and a myriad of other tasks related to on-premises infrastructure. Moving to the cloud can save businesses lots of money on staffing, infrastructure and server costs.