In today’s world of ever-evolving technology, it is becoming increasingly more crucial to integrate the digital realm into daily business practices. Our goal is to make that as seamless as possible for you and our team has put together a list of our favorite mobile business-related apps that are helpful as professional resources:
1. LastPass – Paid
LastPass is a cloud password manager so you don’t have to keep track of all your passwords by yourself. It features unlimited storage, automatic sync and multi-factor authentication for maximum security.
2. LogMeIn – Paid (free trial available)
LogMeIn allows for remote PC access no matter where you are working. Connect to any device within seconds to share, store, print and more.
3. Outlook App – Free
This one is a must-have for any business professional. Outlook lets you access email via your mobile device and allows you to manage calendars, contacts, files and more without switching apps.
4. Skype for Business – Free
Compatible with Windows, Mac, iOS and Android, Skype for Business is the optimal solution for connecting with colleagues and clients remotely.
5. Authy – Free
This free app is a two-factor authentication replacement for Google Authenticator. It features cloud backup for maximum employee, client and partner security.
6. Office Lens – Free
For anyone who spends much of their professional life in meeting rooms, Office Lens is a life saver. It allows you to take autofocused photos of whiteboards, documents and more and convert to Word, PowerPoint and PDF files.
7. Office Apps – Paid Subscription
Office apps offer many benefits, including the ability to read or write documents with Dropbox or Box while on the go.
8. LinkedIn – Free and Paid Options
You’re most likely already familiar with the networking social media site, but LinkedIn also offers many apps to stay even more connected with the professional realm. LinkedIn Job Search, LinkedIn Lookup and LinkedIn SlideShare are only a few of the many apps available.
9. TED App – Free
Get your daily dose of ideas worth sharing with the free TED app. Designed for iPhone and iPad, TED features more than 2,000 talks on any subject under the sun.
10. Dropbox and Box – Free
Although two separate apps, we grouped these two together because both allow users to store and access cloud files and easily sync to multiple devices.
11. Evernote – Free and Paid Versions Available
Never forget meeting minutes again with this info collecting app. Evernote captures text and images for safekeeping and even searches for handwritten words for easy retrieval.
July 8, 2016