Some out there may already be using Evernote for a variety of reasons. But for those looking for Evernote-style solutions in their business applications, take heart, as Evernote is about to launch beta testing on its newest version, Evernote Business.
Don’t you just hate those small flash drives you end up losing somewhere? As a business, it’s always a hassle. They’re just too small, too puny, and too deceiving. So why do we need those pesky flash drives for anyway?
You like science fiction? Star Wars. Star Trek. My Little Pony. He-Man, Masters of the Universe. It’s all fun and games and appeals to our sense of fantasy with some healthy dashes of speculative technology, stuff that can make us dream of how it could be in the future.
With every new technology out there, there’s some adjustment: basic statement of fact. This is especially true of the latest rage we’re seeing everywhere with all the SkyDrives, Google Drives, and online file syncing going on — the basic terminology is known as “cloud computing.”
Here’s a little quiz for you: what’s another word for ‘business’ or ‘corporation’? You got it — it’s expenses. It’s about what you spend to make your money! That’s how businesses grow. Auto attendants and call centers grow that way, too.
I have to admit: changing the name of a brand usually revamps the marketing and advertising. Google knows this. Obviously. Just look at the Google search engine! The logo changes every once in a while, and sometimes they get pretty creative.
Small businesses run, on at least one level or another, on mobile devices. And as such, having easy access to those devices is more important than ever. Battery Boost Magic looks to give mobile devices a lot more life with some easy battery management tools.
See? There’s still a reason for prestigious paper products in small business. I’m, of course, talking about ‘business cards.’ Those tiny herringbone-colored high-quality trademarked trendy business signatures suggesting that you’re all about professionalism.
The world is getting smaller by the day, it seems. Admittedly, most of that smaller world these days speaks English. But for those that want the kind of edge that only speaking to someone in their native tongue can provide, Rosetta Stone has a new mobile app coming your way.
Large amounts of small business depend heavily on one comparatively small thing: mobile devices. Keeping the batteries on those mobile devices running at their peak becomes all the more important, and that’s just what Carat wants to do.