Monday, October 12, 2009

Productivity Becomes Limitless With Multi-Monitors

Typical obstacles preventing efficient productivity,

can generally be narrowed down to a handful of common beliefs says Sally McGhee, a recognized thought leader and innovator in the field of productivity management. She has trained thousands of people in the corporate environment, and has more than 25 years' experience as a consultant and an executive coach, and also is the founder and CEO of McGhee Productivity Solutions.

She says common beliefs such as, but not limited to, Too Much Information coming in at once, Cluttered up Records, Time Management, and Organization to name a few. However one thing we, -those of us who've already experienced true multiple monitor computing, have found is that all the above can be greatly reduced by utilizing multiple monitor video cards.

Many of us can agree that at times, email is overwhelming.

Sometimes it's hard to keep up when reign of spam begins to overtake the inbox. But in reality, it's not the volume of e-mail that's a issue. How you process and organize the volume is the issue.

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This issue can be greatly reduced

with the use of dual monitors, or dual monitor display. When each year more data is coming at by way of e-mails, it can be easy to let the e-mails drive you. With a multi screen display you can see the emails coming in while writing back and/or researching other data.

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We have to keep everything. You just never know when you might need it!

Well believe it or not, on average, studies show that most of us can throw away up to 50% of our stored information, with no ramifications. So far so good anyway. As for those of you who are "keepers," we know the value of real estate, and at some point the decision is made to hang on to everything so that it can be made useful again in the future. Either way you choose, a 3 monitor display is ideal for shuffling around many groups of information.

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Triple monitor display
The key is Time Management!

"I just don't have enough time to do all the things I want." If you've heard that before, it's probably because you've said it. Fortunately, technology is helping to make life more convenient. If your to-do lists keeps you in multiple locations on the web-you might want to consider a multi monitor display. This will make it much easier to centralize and prioritize your things to-do. Outlook in a multiple monitor display is highly recommended. For those of you who don't already have it, get you a dual monitor video card and open up your horizons..

8 monitor array