Latest posts from the Biome team

  • How to Change Your Search Engine in Google Chrome

    Joe Pena on October 12, 2020

    Choosing the appropriate search engine can potentially change your internet browsing experience by offering you relevant results and protecting your privacy

  • What is searchability?

    Conor Landry on August 5, 2020

    Searchability is a combination of the words search and ability. It usually refers to the ease that something can be searched.

  • Spend Less Time in Meetings with these Remote Workplace Hacks

    Joe Pena on August 3, 2020

    Without a plan, remote work can take a toll on you and your team. Learn how to make it a priority to maximize your meeting time and improve with our research-backed remote workplace meeting productivity hacks.

  • 10 Workplace SaaS Products to Watch in 2020

    Chris Bolton on July 27, 2020

    With so many products already available and new startups hitting the market all the time, we’re here to give you the inside scoop on the B2B SaaS startups to watch this year. These 10 fresh SaaS startups are specifically designed to address your problems. Whether it be a service for collaboration, project-management, or cost-savings you're looking for-- one of these could be the answer you need.

  • The State of Workplace Search and Discovery

    Conor Landry on July 16, 2020

    Working at a tech company in 2020 is a different game than it was in the past. Keeping your team organized and productive during this digital shift can't be an afterthought. Measuring knowledge workers' productivity isn't easy since everyone builds context in their way. Many teams rely on tribal knowledge, fragmented wikis, and a multitude of search bars in other apps to get their jobs done. Teams need a way to search across facets of workplace knowledge without thinking about where to look first.

  • Growing Pains: How Leveraging Search Can Help Scale Your Startup

    Joe Pena on July 30, 2019

    As a business grows its customer base, the internal complexity of the organization grows as well. More hiring means building out HR, more code means specialized developers, and a larger reach means more marketing work. The average employee uses over 15 different apps to get their work done. This reflects a new era of enterprise IT, where self-serve applications from a variety of vendors are prevalent.