Businesses typically use many web apps these days, which means their users have to manage a myriad of user names and passwords. As a result, users typically use weak passwords and waste time resetting passwords, logging in etc. OneLogin addresses this issue. It
Lets users sign in once and get secure, one-click access to all their web-based apps in the cloud and behind the firewall
Reduces administrative overhead, increases productivity and drives adoption of apps within the organization
Integrates seamlessly with the existing directory infrastructure and adds extra layers of security using password policies, certificates and one-time passwords.
OneLogin has now integrated their cloud-based identity management solution with Zoho via SAML, which allows you to sign users into Zoho without the use of a password.
Best of all, OneLogin is pre-integrated with 900+ web applications, which gets you up and running a matter of minutes.…
Cloud Mobile Forms LLC is an ISV (Independent Software Vendor) who develops eSurvey, a software that automates the creation of mobile forms directly from your BlackBerry. eSurvey allows people of all experience levels to easily create and manage their own face-to-face surveys and mobile forms. eSurvey’s latest version 220.127.116.11 has integrated Zoho Reports. With this new integration, data is updated to Zoho Reports every time a survey or mobile form is completed. And reports over the uploaded data can be seen in real time.
1. Create & run survey. 2. Fill in survey questionnaire 3. Upload data to Zoho Reports
4. View the overall survey results in Zoho Reports
This page explains in detail the step-by-step procedure of how to make Zoho Reports work in tandem with eSurvey. If you are an organization that needs surveys to be done on the field by your representatives with BlackBerries, head over to BerryForms’ eSurvey.…
You cannot improve what you cannot measure! In this day where inbound traffic is everything for a website, webmasters can’t live without Web Analytics tools. They give you hard data about how your website was accessed, the usage patterns, user interests and trends and so on.
However, they cannot tell you semantic data about your application. For instance, Google Analytics cannot tell you the efficiency of your support reps, or the rate of participation of your customer community. It cannot tell you whether your users really “found” the answers to most of their questions or they just kept shooting in the dark till they got frustrated. It cannot tell you if ideas are languishing without votes or questions without answers. You will need special tools for that.
A Zoho user wanted to know this info recently – all the file formats supported by Zoho Writer, Sheet & Show. We came up with a Zoho Sheet containing the relevant info, which is embedded below. Hope this will be of help to all Zoho users.
Expense tracking is a topic which will be of interest to every one of our users
Saving up on expenses is the key to a successful business. Ain’t that true?
begin with, we’ll tell you what
expense tracking in Zoho Invoice
about and then we’ll fill you in on all what you need to know about our
brand new addition,
the option to import/export expenses.
First the basics. By using the expense tracking feature you can,
Keep track of your billable and non-billable expenses
Invoice your customers for the billable expenses
Record the payments received as reimbursements
Generate reports on your expenses
it’s a no-brainer that every expense counts, every dollar spent if
reimbursed goes into your profit numbers. With Zoho Invoice, you spend
only where you ought to. Here’s a little visual on how getting the
dough for every little expense made a big difference to a Zoho Invoice
(weekend non-Zoho-related post, feel free to skip)
I read Paul Krugman because a) he is the anointed standard-bearer of mainstream economic thinking, a perfect illustration of the utter intellectual bankruptcy at its core b) given the lock Keynesian dogma has at the highest levels of government, whatever idiocy Krugman comes up with has a good chance of eventually becoming policy, so it is best to be prepared, as best as one can prepare for such things. At least he writes clearly, so there is no ambiguity as to where he stands.
Before you think I am too harsh to use words like “bankruptcy” and “idiocy”, here are a few of his policy proposals.
1. Krugman proposes a massive increase in public debt, as a way to get out of the problem of caused by too much private and public debt that led to the economic crisis.