These days, if there is something you need to check or update on the go, there’s an app for it. Whether it’s for business or for your personal life, the place to go for social networking apps for your smartphone is Google Play (for Android users) or the Apple App Store (for iPhone users). Each of these websites offer a wide variety of social networking apps – some are free while others are available for a fee. Here’s our list of the top 10 free social networking apps available for smartphone users:
Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is the practice of allowing employees to use their personal mobile devices for work. With the growth in business cloud apps that run on leading mobile platforms like iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android (Samsung, Motorola, HTC etc.), BYOD has become an attractive option to business owners. Here’s our list of the top 4 reasons why BYOD is an attractive option:
Many small and medium sized businesses (SMB) are using the services of a professional cloud broker to help them navigate the cloud and move their business to the cloud. By definition, a cloud broker is a third party business that acts as an intermediary between the purchaser of a cloud computing service and the sellers of that service. For a typical small or medium sized business, what are the advantages of using a cloud broker?
Are you interested in running your Canadian nonprofit organization (NPO) from a browser? Do you want to use industry leading solutions that for-profit companies are using except get the use of them for free (or at a discounted rate)? Here are 10 cloud apps to take a serious look at:
For the ‘always on, always connected’ society we find ourselves in, it’s hard to step away from updating our status on social media accounts (like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn), looking up information on Google, or checking out email on smartphones from dawn to dusk. However, when you go on vacation, you need to unplug from it all for a while. Here are a couple simple ways we use cloud apps to look after things while we’re away: