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C-suite talk fav tech: Liam Martin, Time Doctor

Name: Liam Martin

Job title: Co-founder and CMO

Company: Time Doctor

Industry: Technology, HR

Location: We operate out of the US but have people in 27 different countries, we are entirely remote

Years’ of experience:  6


What is your favorite personal gadget? My Pixel 2. It helps me to be organized. It's awesome after I personalized it.

Do you have a favorite piece of personal software? TimeDoctor (Obviously)

What was the first piece of technology you got really excited about? The Macintosh IIVI

What device improves your life most at work? My 13-inch MacBook Pro with TouchBar.

What software keeps you most productive at work? Google apps for business, TimeDoctor and Asana. All this software helps me manage my tasks, documents, time, team and meetings. These are a must for being productive at work.

Is there any technology that has become extinct that you would like to resurrect? The MacBook Air needs a spec boost, it was such a great laptop.

Is there any technology you would personally recommend that you don’t think enough people know about? (Hardware or software, work or personal) Coworker Coffee is a great way to set up virtual (or in person) 'coffee' sessions with people who you don't usually get to interact with and has been great for us to know our virtual team better.

Do you think anything about your personal use of tech would surprise your colleagues? I love Clash Royale.


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