Did you ever lose a receipt and then try to submit it for payment without the receipt. They laughed, didn't they?
The success of iPhone and iPad is driving a radical shift in how, when, and where we use mobile technology. These are very personal devices that allow us to access our most treasured information, including family pictures, home movies, and more. But increasingly, they are becoming our preferred devices for professional information as well.
Apple’s Keynote app makes it possible to take your iPad on the road and make presentations without a traditional computer. However, if you’re going to talk to a large group you still need a projector.
While the vast majority of nearly 200,000 apps in the App Store have nominal value, there are many apps that actually help business users do their job better and more effectively. Here we look at a day-in-the-life of a couple of professionals in commercial project management and commercial property development and how the iPhone is helping them remain productive while on the go.
Commercial Project Management and the iPhone
by Noel Ragin
In the age of the Internet, I've learned to love communications: charts, spreadsheets, data, and pictures. They all play a role in helping me carry out consulting projects without leaving the comfort of my home in Keystone, Colorado. This is one reason I explored the business possibilities of StoryPages ($2.99; app2.me/2388).