To text or to call? Susan Cain, author of best-selling Quiet, focuses on a new angle: texting may simply be a more comfortable form of communication, especially for introverts. Some people bemoan the rise of texting – we’re disconnected, we’ve lost the ability to interact with people, etc etc – while others praise its flexibility. …
Lua has welcomed our Alohalings (otherwise known as “interns”) with open arms this summer. They’re great, we love them – and now you get to meet them too! Nicole Kreutter Nicole Kreutter, Princeton University ’15, joins Lua this summer as the Marketing Intern. She’s weird and amazing, like lavender ice cream.
Never want to miss another message or call? Technology is here for you — on your wrist. Smartwatches, building on the ingenuity of Google Glass, target the growing demand for “always on” connectivity that everyone expects today. You get the weather and news when you wake up, push
What’s a summer without a barbecue? Here in NYC, summertime has been a welcome change after a long, cold winter. This past weekend, the Lua team took advantage of some beautiful
Bonnie Cheney, manager of a growing number of teams in multiple locations, shares her tips for supervising a workforce constantly in motion as our inaugural interviewee for our new blog series. A typical day for Bonnie Cheney, VP of Medical Imaging Specialists (MIS), is “pretty hectic.”
Groups has arrived in force for mobile! We know that coordination can extend beyond a single department: larger projects and issues require collaboration across several divisions. That’s why Groups in Lua is so valuable. Groups in Lua can be any combination of your co-workers, either across multiple departments or as sub-groupings within departments.
At Lua, we’re deeply committed to helping companies communicate critically, in real time. Your conversations are the company’s discussion itself, while the files are what you are discussing, which has always made accessing and sharing your company’s critical files and assets an important aspect
According to a new report from Transparency Market Research, “the unified communications market could grow from $22.8 billion in 2011 to $61.9 billion by 2018.” The nearly 3x growth in this industry makes sense. Unified Communications (UC) promotes consolidation, collaboration and efficiency among the numerous ways of engaging in business communication. The result reduces operating …