Modern technology has grown in leaps and bounds. No matter where you look or where you turn, you will no doubt see a tablet or a state of the art laptop being used for everything. From every day enjoyment to catching up on the latest in news and weather to utilizing for business organization, one can find a tablet just about anywhere. If you and your employees are not using them yet, tablets are an excellent way to stay ahead of the technological curve, while utilizing the latest in management technology for your business.
In addition to being an excellent outlet for social networking and recreational utility, tablets also come with a wide variety of applications that can be used to help you manage your business and finances. Here are just several apps that can help you and your employees micromanage the details of your business in a more efficient way.
This app is a free note-taking program that is specially designed to be used at a moment’s notice, ensuring that nobody misses an idea during those important company meetings. Catch Notes can be used across all devices and lets your capture ideas any time, any where. It can help your colleagues and employees share and store notes related to the business, while drawing up different constructive conclusions that were inferred from previous business meetings. Additionally, it can also be used to help your employees focus during business meetings without distracting them with unnecessary noise or desktop clutter.
Here is an app that is well-known and loved. While there are many cloud-based storage apps available for your business’s utility, few can compare to the versatility and usefulness that is Dropbox. When used in conjunction with any other cloud-based storage app, Dropbox will be able to share those files and host them, regardless of date or file type, so long as the original data is available. Just about any third-party app works with Dropbox, making it ideal for sharing files and paperwork with your employees. Best of all, the app is free, and its versatility in the office and on the go can make it a vital app to have running in the background of your business. Files and spreadsheets will become easier to access, and the pace of meetings will quickly pick up.
Many professionals in the business field rely on Outlook to help manage their emails, calendars, contacts, tasks, and whatever else they may need that is relevant to the business. Touchdown is the closest program like Outlook that is available on the Android platform, and it can be an extremely useful tool in managing your personal schedule. Versions are available for both the phone and the tablet, with information interchangeable between the two, allowing immediate access to your itineraries, emails, and contacts at a moment’s notice. Touchdown may even be the better choice because of its built-in email configurations, which can be customized to your personal tastes and preferences. Unlike the other two apps, this email client costs twenty dollars to download and use, although there is a thirty-day free trial for those who are just interested in giving the program a quick look. No matter what your needs, this is one personal client that is sure to please.
Though there are many other apps available for your consideration, the aforementioned few should be more than enough to help you get your business running smoother and more efficiently with the support of your employees. Each program was designed with efficiency and quality in mind. With the tablet, micromanaging important reports, files, and dates has never been easier!
About the Author: Joshua Turner is a writer who creates informative articles in relation to business. In this article, he offers organizational tips to businesses and aims to encourage further study with a UAB Master in MIS.