We love to push the boundaries of what Asana can do. From creating meeting agendas to tracking bugs to maintaining snacks in the refrigerator, the Asana product is (unsurprisingly) integral to everything we do at Asana. We find many customers are also pushing the boundaries of Asana to fit their teams’ needs and processes. Since Asana was created to be flexible and powerful enough for every team, nothing makes us more excited than hearing about these unique use cases.
Recently, we invited some of our Bay Area-based customers to our San Francisco HQ to share best practices with one another and hear from our cofounder Justin Rosenstein about the ways we use Asana at Asana. We’re excited to pass on this knowledge through some video highlights from the event. You can watch the entire video here.
There is a simple, free service that allows users who use Dropbox to send emails where all attachments will be instantly be saved to Dropbox. Simply sign up at sendtodropbox.com and you will be given a customized email address. Any time you send emails to that address, all attachments are instantly saved to an “attachments” folder in Dropbox.
Google Chrome is a browser that combines a minimal design with sophisticated technology to make the web faster, safer, and easier.
Our experience has shown that the majority of computer issues we face are attributed to viruses, spyware, and adware contracted through the Internet. The largest contributing factor is the use of a security impaired Microsoft Internet Explorer. Internet Explorer is the most prolific victim of malicious internet scripts and code that often lead to a call to SSI. Mozilla Firefox is quickly becoming the new Browser for Business. Just as fast as IE, more features than IE, easier to use than IE, and most importantly, 100 times more secure then IE. Through independant testing, SSI has discovered almost a 100% reduction in spyware, adware, and unwanted popups when using Firefox as opposed to IE.
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