CloudOn, which allows you to use your iOS and Android tablets to create, view, or edit Microsoft Office files, is expanding to 16 more countries. Until now, you could only use CloudOn if you lived in the United States, UK, or Canada. CloudOn is expanding to Italy, Spain, France, Ireland, Israel among others. For
Google Acquires Quickoffice Google has gone into it’s very deep pockets yet again and this time has purchased mobile office suite Quickoffice. Quickoffice has a large user base and is on Android phones, iPhone, Android Tablets, iPad, and Symbian. Quickoffice allows users to work with Microsoft Office documents, spreadsheets, and presentations on their mobile device,
Any.DO is a task management application previously available on Android. Which is a little funny since the app looks like it was birthed by an iPhone. Well now it is expanding not only iOS devices but also to Google Chrome (as an extension). It looks like you will be able to sync your to-do’s between
We’ve all been there…with a potential client and we go to pull out a business card and….nothing. “I’m sorry, I’m all out of cards…let me write my number down on this napkin”. I think we all know that most of the time that napkin ends up in the trash before we’re to our car.
Business travelers often find themselves in a sticky situation, where they have to choose between shelling out top dollar for costly international data roaming charges and failing to send important work documents on time while abroad. This should be less of a problem for AT&T consumers and business clients, as the company has just introduced new Data
For many small business owners, the ability to accept credit cards on the go is invaluable. In the past, you would need to invoice your client and then wait (sometimes a long time) for the check to come in the mail. Now you can pop out your card reader, attach it to your smart phone,