Some late night or “summer by the pool” reading for you to help with your content marketing efforts later this year – free white paper, the guide to scrappy webinar marketing.
If you use google services then you likely have a location history stored by Google – don’t worry though, only you can see it!
By accessing your history you can view all the places you’ve been (while location sharing was enabled on your device). You may also be able to view routes you’ve traveled and much more. If you use an Android device you may have automatically received messages from Google on a daily basis telling you about a commute time and delivered to you at a very timely moment (like before leaving for work in the morning). This is enabled by your location history and Google detecting daily patterns or your movements. Google does allow you to view your history, delete it, or turn it on or off. Note, if you don’t mind Google knowing more about you and you want even more useful data served to you about specific locations then use the Google G+ Checkin feature via mobile for your favorite places!
An added bonus and of particular interest in these days of the Coronavirus, you can use your Google location history to fill in the gaps in your contact tracing!
Access your location history by logging in and jumping to https://maps.google.com/locationhistory/
To help you weather the current environment and economic turmoil—then thrive once the crisis subsides—we offer our new Business Owner’s Dashboard.
This Zoom Reference provides shortcuts, tips, and tricks for the popular video conferencing software.
I recently received a very cool tip from the producer of these very informative and fun videos. Harrison Knoll compares popular LiDAR drone technology, giving you a great view from the flight and then descibes all the capabilities and functionality of the hardware. IF you think you’ll be getting into LiDAR with your copany these videos are a MUST!
This is a challenging time for all of us. BUT, it is also the greatest opportunity we’ve ever seen for marketing professionals.
There are plenty of benefits of working from home. However, working from home can seriously decrease productivity. [Read more…] about How to Increase Productivity in Your Home Office
GISuser founder, Glenn Letham (@gletham) has started a new Podcast, GeoGeeksatHome. Enjoy discussions with GIS, surveying, and mapping industry professionals while they continue with their jobs working at home.
The following are a couple of informative free papers suggested for workers and companies being affected by the COVID-19 outbreak – essentially, that means all of us.
Ok, you just got the call, or the memo from the boss.
“We have made a corporate decision that it is in the best interest of all of us and our community, that our company adopts a work from home strategy. Commencing immediately, all workers will now continue as usual from a remote, home office location.”