Business travel is seldom easy, especially when it involves going to a completely new place for the first time. But it may be easier than some would expect with the added power of Point Inside to help newcomers get around most anywhere.
Mobile technology of all stripes, from tablets to smartphones, is a vital part of business throughout the world. But one great failing of mobile technology is the ability to print documents created on same. Print Agent Lite is out to fix that particular discrepancy for good.
When it comes to getting business, a lot of small businesses are already familiar with Groupon. But Groupon’s mobile app, Groupon Merchants, is also worth considering from a couple of different angles for the small business user.
Many small businesses have at least some retail focus–selling things to other people is one of the most accessible forms of small business out there–and so need to keep a retail staff scheduled and ready to make those sales. iSchedules looks to make keeping staffing straight a lot easier for those who hold iPhones out there.
Public transit systems are not only a boon to the environment, they’re also a boon for the savvy small business. But getting all those schedules straight isn’t always easy to do. Smart Ride from Codemass looks to make it a lot easier for Apple users, especially those with the new iPhone 5.
For most people, it already has. Understand that you’re dealing with a service only costing $7.99 a month, and you get to stream shows through your internet connection directly to your TV via a Roku, Playstation 3, XBOX, Wii, or even just a basic Blu-Ray player.
Small business owners, rejoice. If you feel the love with your Android-powered devices, know that the latest delicacy in the Android operating system, “Jelly Bean,” does come with some extra unique features.
I’m all about going past the norm when it comes to small business and entrepreneurship, especially when it involves technology. So this is going to be quite the edgy review! And one many might enjoy: it’s about the mega-giant of videos, YouTube.
It’s the natural progression of ideas and routines — first there was paper money, then there was credit cards, then there was PayPal, and now we have something called “NFC.”
What? Another article about LinkedIn? Come on! This is like beating a dead horse. And we already know this horse isn’t really dead (more like a healthy thoroughbred).