3 Ways To Use Your Phone To Become More Efficient

With the amount of money it costs to purchase a smartphone and then use it throughout the month, it only makes sense that you want to take care of that investment. And while you can always purchase protection for your phone, those exterior additions don’t necessarily make it any easier for you to use your phone.

Businesswoman using smartphone

So if you’re interested in learning how you can use your phone to help make you a better CEO, read on – here are three ways you can use your phone to become more efficient.

Take Care of Your Battery

Your phone is only going to be useful to you if it has the battery power to be used.…

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What’s Fact & Fiction About the 10th Anniversary iPhone

We’re fast approaching the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, and Apple plans to celebrate their achievement with the iPhone 8. Slated for a release this fall, it has all the features of a truly innovative and impressive smartphone that’s worthy of the date. But can we trust the leaks and rumors surrounding its release to give us an accurate idea of the 8? Let’s dive into what we know about the new model and see if we can pin down any solid facts.

10th Anniversary iPhone

Possible Release Date Pinned Down

Experts are pretty confident that Apple will reveal the 10th anniversary edition on either the 12th or 13th of September, but they won’t officially launch it until a week later on the 22nd or 23rd.…

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Why Your Small Business Needs to Optimize for Mobile Browsing

According to the Pew Research Center, 56% of adults own smartphones in the United States. There are also an increasing number of teens and kids using smart phones as well, for better or for worse. That’s a whole lot of people using smartphones.

This infographic from Microsoft indicates that by 2014, mobile internet should take over desktop internet usage.  That’s a huge change from even five years ago when mobile browsing was cumbersome and awkward on tiny smartphone screens.

Why Your Small Business Needs to Optimize for Mobile Browsing

Now with giant smartphone “phablets” like the Galaxy Note II, mobile browsing is an ease and even a preference over desktop browsing for some users.…

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5 Smartphone Apps CEOs Shouldn’t Ignore

smartphone apps for CEOsEverywhere you look, people are doing something with their phones. They are either texting someone, or they are using one of the thousands of apps available.

Small business CEOs need to have access to their office even when they aren’t in them.   Here are some smartphone apps to help you out.

1. iTerminal – One thing any company needs is the ability to get paid. The iTerminal app will allow you to accept credit card payments right from your iPhone. All you have to do is enter the information in the easy to use interface and it will process the payment immediately.…

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Top 5 Small Business iPhone Apps

iPhone small business apps

Small business owners have to make the most of every minute to be successful. Blackberry says their smartphones allow you to reclaim an additional 60 minutes of downtime every day (that’s 250 hours each year!) and with these 5 apps on your iPhone you may be able to do even better.

QuickOffice Mobile Office Suite

Quickoffice Mobile Office Suite takes the iPhone to a whole new level, approaching the functionality of a personal computer. Quickoffice includes Word, Excel, PDF viewers and image viewing. The foundational programs essential on every desktop, are offered to iPhone users. The app offers pristine features, and easy access to the files saved on the phone.…

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The Blackberry Storm – A Small Business Perspective

blackberry stormThe Storm phone is an interesting combination of Blackberry functionality with touch screen capability, and a large, clear screen. For those other small business owners without their own dedicated email server, Blackberry runs circles around Windows phones, at least on the Verizon network.

When it comes to technology, I’m not normally an early adopter. Putting up with my Windows-based Treo for the last couple years, coupled with Verizon’s release of the new Blackberry Storm sent me over the edge, running out first thing to find a store with a Storm. I have now had the phone for almost two months.

The good news:

My business and personal email boxes are now separate and I can reply from either.…

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