• Jul 08
    2013
    Social media has become commonplace in everyday life. You live tweet the TV show you're watching, Instagram photos from your morning run and fill endless hours trolling your Facebook newsfeed. These social tools work seamlessly into most people's personal lives. Companies today understand how to use social tools externally when interacting with customers. TV ads for companies like Starbucks and Nike invite viewers to like the company's Facebook page and ...
  • Jun 25
    2013
    Logical Operations today announces a new partnership with The Training Associates to provide training organizations a single source for the resources they need to easily host an instructor-led training event. These resources, now available within a Class-Ready Pack purchasable from Logical Operations, include CHOICE classroom curriculum and LogicalLABS remote software environments from Logical Operations, combined with an expert certified instructor provided by The Training Associates. “Today’s competitive professional market is ...
  • Jun 18
    2013
    Courseware publisher, Logical Operations today announced a new strategic relationship to provide training organizations worldwide access to hundreds of 3-5 minute Microsoft Office training videos from Office.com. The robust Office.com video library complements Logical Operations’ Microsoft Office instructor-led training curriculum by expanding upon key concepts covered in the courseware. “Provisioning access to Office.com videos directly through the Logical Operations CHOICE digital learning platform helps our customers provide their students with ...
  • May 15
    2013
    Logical Operations is the chosen curriculum provider for over 300 students in Uganda who will participate in the country's first-ever Microsoft Office Specialist competition. The Ministry of Education and Sports and the Ministry of Information and Technology in partnership with Majaso Company Limited have organized the Microsoft Office Specialist competition where over 300 students from 12 Ugandan schools will participate and be rewarded.Addressing journalists at the Media Centre in Kampala ...
  • Apr 15
    2013
    Like death and taxes, you can’t escape upgrades to Windows. Your organization’s IT department could decide to convert the workforce to the Windows 8 operating system before you know it. Unless the organization just upgraded to Windows 7, that day might be quite soon—and the changeover could become one of the organization’s most ambitious learning initiatives. Will you be ready to implement the changeover? Here’s a plan that will help ...
  • Apr 11
    2013
    While there are dozens of solutions for managing projects, managing human beings is a bit trickier. So CIO.com asked dozens of IT executives and project managers for their suggestions on how to keep tabs on what your direct reports and team members are working on, how best to monitor their progress and ways to quickly identify and prevent potential problems. Their top seven suggestions appear below. 7 Ways Project Managers ...
  • Apr 03
    2013
    Workforce productivity can increase by significant margins when a business allows employees to use their smartphones and laptops for work. As a result, companies worldwide are establishing BYOD (Bring-Your-Own-Device) policies. The results can be impressive. For example, Intel Corp. announced in March that its BYOD policy generated about 5 million hours of productivity gains last year. This translates to 57 minutes per employee per workday. As of the end of ...
  • Oct 23
    2012
    Our experience is showing that a really good instructor can usually overcome the deficiencies that may exist in a multi-platform training program's curriculum or its delivery mechanism. Moreover, unfortunately, even the strongest program can be undermined if the instruction is inadequate. The instructor is a critical make-or-break element in any connected classroom – and an element that can sometimes be undervalued when a training program becomes too narrowly focused on ...