Today finds me in Salt Lake City where, earlier, I met with the Utah chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators. My goal was to share a whole host of tips and tricks they can use across much of the Microsoft Office suite.Read More
A tiny, inexpensive app makes conducting iPhone or iPad presentations possible on a computer screen. The fine folks over at Squirrels say that their products, "enhance productivity and learning for individuals, education and business ...."Read More
iOS has a number of accessibility options that make iPhones and iPads ideal devices for those with movement, vision, or hearing impairments. Some features, like Speak Selection, are useful for anybody. When enabled, a Speak button appears on the iOS Edit menu. Touch it and iOS reads aloud.Read More
iOS has several available gestures available on the home screen. On the iPhone, there are 5 one-finger swipes. The iPad shares these and also has a few four-finger swipes for switching applications.
iOS has several built-in productivity apps, including Mail, Calendar, Contacts, Reminders, and Notes. Each app is purpose-built to assist its user in keeping up with correspondence, events, tasks, or the never-ending minutiae that than threaten overwhelm even the most organized among us.
The Notes app is the simplest of these helpful tools.Read More
Over the past week or so many online publications have been writing lots of articles about how the "iPhone has been hacked." As you might imagine, it has caused some people a lot of concern. There are essentially 3 main stories you'll read about online. I'll summarize them here and you can decide how concerned you should be.Read More
The upcoming release of iOS 7, slated for fall of this year, will introduce a feature that many devout Exchange users have been waiting for since the first iPhone hit store shelves back in 2007 — support for syncing of Exchange Notes!
To learn how to use Notes on iOS, see Using iOS Notes.
In 2007, when the Apple redefined the smartphone, Exchange users were able to sync mail, contacts, and calendars with a single Exchange account ... using IMAP, which many enterprises didn't bother to support.
In 2008, Apple held a special event that targeted "iPhone in the Enterprise." During that event, they announced support for Exchange ActiveSync, as well as push email, contacts, and calendars. They also included support for multiple Exchange accounts on a single iOS device.
In 2011, Apple released iOS 5 with a new Reminders feature. Reminders introduced support for Exchange Tasks, allowing enterprise workers to do even more from within the native iOS software suite.
And, in just a few short weeks, Apple will release iOS 7 and add support for Exchange Notes. Read more about iOS 7 and Business features at Apple's website.