According to a recent report, Canadians spend more time online that most countries. Whatever the reason, we’re seemingly more connected all the time, especially with the advent of fast 4G and LTE networks and smartphones. Even traditionally offline areas like airplanes are moving towards providing internet access (albeit for a fee). Air Canada and Westjet are both working to make WiFi available on their domestic and international flights. Cloud solutions like Google Apps for Business realize that although offline time represents a small percentage of a users time these days, it’s still critical for the busy business travelers. Since Google just made Google Presentations available to be edited offline, here are the best ways to work with Google Apps Offline:
Do you use Google’s Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad? Implementation choices for the Google Calendar app on iPhones and iPads are plentiful. There are pros and cons for each implementation choice. Here are four implementation choices and their respective pros and cons:
Are you having a hard time keeping track of your business meetings, appointments, events, and family commitments? Google Calendar can help! Google Calendar is a great app that helps you keep track of every area of your life in one place including the ability to share your calendar with others.