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Learn how to use Kubernetes & Elasticsearch

[fa icon="calendar'] March 27/2018 / by Andrés Rodríguez y Cristyan Sepulveda posted in workep, g suite, google, kubernetes, elasticsearch

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This is a guide to facilitate the process of installing a Kubernetes server using Elasticsearch technology.

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5 lessons from Stephen Hawking that will help your business

[fa icon="calendar'] March 14/2018 / by Edgar Medina posted in workep, g suite, productivity, work, project management, stephen hawking

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Stephen Hawking was a wise man. He had a unique point of view towards life. The point of view of someone who was once doomed and thrived in adversity. The point of view of an individual for whom the odds were against, but managed to overcome those odds anyways in spectacular fashion by becoming one of the most relevant physicist of modern history.

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Why using G-Suite & Workep will increase your productivity

[fa icon="calendar'] March 5/2018 / by Edgar Medina posted in workep, g suite, google, productivity, work, project management

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Have you ever tried G-Suite? Because if you haven't, you're missing an amazing group of tools that will improve your productivity at an affordable price. G-Suite has become one of the most feature-rich solutions out there and it's all cloud-based.

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5 tips to know if you need a Gantt Chart for your project

[fa icon="calendar'] March 1/2018 / by Michelle Cabiya posted in workep, g suite, google, productivity, work, project management, Gantt, Gantt Chart

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To Gantt or not to Gantt is one of those project management conundrums most people face with before starting a project. Well, I’m here to make that tedious process a little more bearable for you by helping you assess if To Gantt is the right option for you. Because let’s face it, in some cases, Gantt charts are a necessary evil.

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How is blockchain going to change project management

[fa icon="calendar'] February 21/2018 / by Edgar Medina posted in workep, g suite, productivity, work, project management, bitcoin, cryptocurrencie, blockchain, ethereum

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If your industry deals with data or transactions of any kind, blockchain will probably disrupt it. If you've heard the term before, that's because it's the technology that underlies crypto-currencies like bitcoin or ethereum. But what does this term actually mean and how will it affect the future of project management? Let me break it down for you.

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5 pointers on how to embrace remote work in your business

[fa icon="calendar'] February 11/2018 / by Edgar Medina posted in workep, g suite, google, productivity, work, home office

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These days, many companies are choosing to trade off their corporate offices for a remote, work-from-home lifestyle. Start-ups particularly, have been using this method to their advantage because with it, they can hire talented team members from across the world. Expensive office space seems to be the main motivator for people who make the switch to remote teams, especially in hotspots like San Francisco and New York. Additionally, the presence of new technologies that facilitate seamless and constant communication have made the switch a lot easier to implement. 

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5 amazing apps made for Google that will help improve your productivity

[fa icon="calendar'] February 8/2018 / by Edgar Medina posted in Insider, workep, g suite, google, productivity

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G Suite is a vault full of treasures. Just by one simple click, you can access dozens of apps on the gsuite.google.com/marketplace/ that will help you solve several problems. All of them take advantage of other Google Apps like: Google Drive, Google Sheets, Google Docs and Google Slides. And most of them offer a free version, with understandable limitations, and a paid version with expanded features.

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