With the right technology you can be prepared for anything, even
a tube strike the day you've got a major presentation, an interview
and a networking event.
Here are some of the apps I rely on to stay productive - on the road and in the back of a London cab:
A very powerful to-do list designed for both the iPhone and iPad. You can create projects and checklists and even get a little help in 'Getting Things Done'. More about Todo.
With this app I can make 'local' calls from any office number in my virtual network and make calls over a WiFi network to save on roaming charges. This app only works as part of an enterprise buy, but anyone connected to Servcorp Online can benefit from it. More about Cisco Mobile.
A great cloud computing app, Dropbox lets you access your files from anywhere; synchs from multiple computers so you'll always have the latest version of the file; and it lets you share files with others via a private URL. It's simple and beautiful and a great timesaver. More about Dropbox.
Book a meeting room anywhere in the world, arrange lunch, tea and coffee, request a white board for a presentation or make sure a personal assistant is on hand to translate. The meetings app highlights is particularly handy. More about Servcorp Meetings.
This app allows you to stay on top of last minute changes to your travel schedule. Check the times and status of flights anywhere in the world, view boarding gate numbers, baggage claim numbers, temperature in destination cities and much more. More about Flight Track.
All the contacts of the world via a very intuitive application.
Don't underestimate the power of LinkedIn, particularly when you're
on the road. The portal is a constant source of inspiration and can
put you within reach of business opportunities in an instant. More about LinkedIn app.
Of the 300,000 or so apps now available for iOS, there must be a few more other readers can add - I'd love to hear about them below!
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