Posts Tagged ‘iPad’

 

Your iPhone and iPad are in Danger

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Ditch the iPad and Get the Surface Pro?

The Surface Pro is a phenomenal computer. But do you still need the iPad? As long as you have an iPhone, most people who want to walk away from the iPad will find the “Surface plus the iPhone” a great combo. The Surface has some “get your real work done” horsepower that the iPad lacks.
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When a Surface Pro Computer is Better than an iPad

Not all, but many executives use Microsoft Office programs, and other programs that run in Windows. Microsoft Windows programs don’t run on the iPad. So, we tend to use applications that hinder us.
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Apps for Taking Notes in Meetings

Many executives find that using their tablets, Android, iPad, and other choices is very productive. Here are three tools that will help you take better notes.
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New LinkedIn App

LinkedIn just released new apps for Google’s Android and Apple’s iOS. They are built from the ground up to be more useful.
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Lighten Your Load–78 Items your Smartphone replaces

Perhaps you want to lighten your load. Perhaps you want to save money. Perhaps you want to make the most of your investment in your iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, etc. Brainstorming with CEOs, other senior level executives, and owners resulted in the following list of 78 items your device can replace.
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Connecting iPhones, iPads and Macs at your office

This is a scalding hot topic for senior level executives. Sometimes they say, “My IT is not excited about me connecting.” Here are some important tips—and you can pass them along to IT but only AFTER you look at the tips yourself:
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Be sure to enable device tracking on your mobile devices

Someone stole my iPad. In November I realized my iPad was suddenly missing. Apple’s Find My iPhone showed the device to be in a parking lot just outside of a transportation company’s main office —I used the transportation service late the night before.
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Are iPads welcome in your office?

These days, the chief executives and other leaders in the organization ask IT to connect their Apple iPad into their businesses. One of the more frequent questions chief executives, as well as their IT professionals, ask is if the iPad is secure in the office.
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Why chief executives get an iPad or another slate device

When I purchased my first slate computing device, I literally thought it would just be a toy for me to play with and I would never use it for anything serious. I could not have been more wrong.
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