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Manage Projects For Free With Wunderlist For iPad [iOS Tips

Manage Projects For Free With Wunderlist For iPad [iOS Tips
Keeping your projects organized is hard; whether they’re for home, school, or work, projects tend to take on a life of their own. A good task manager can be essential to keeping the project moving, on time, and with a minimum of stress. wunderlist is available for the iPad, is free, and has some great features to boot, making it an obvious choice for many of us who need to manage our projects better. Once you’ve downloaded and installed wunderlist, it should open to a dual-paned view, with Lists on the left and tasks on the right. The Inbox has tutorial tasks set up in it already to show you the ropes. Tap the first task in the list, “Tap to edit me.” Add new tasks with a tap on the Add a new task input field at the top, or by tapping on the plus icon in the upper right. Adding new lists for task organization is easy as well, with a quick tap on the plus button above the Lists pane. Down near the bottom, you can sort the tasks you see with different filter buttons. Related Related:  iPad & Android

EasyBib Idea Sketch iPad App Fills Killer Enterprise Need: Collaboration in the Cloud CIO — One reason that business people love the iPad is because it's so darn easy to use. Just whip it out and get a little work done on the iPad whenever there's a little downtime, which often means collaborating on projects, whether it's the presentations that look so good on the iPad display, or routine work documents. "It's not unusual for me (in one country), an employee in Europe and another in Japan all to be working on a project," says Lance Locher, senior vice president of Total Traffic Network, a division of Clear Channel that delivers traffic data to the company's radio and television stations and other outlets. Locher, an avid iPad owner, taps the power of collaboration in the cloud with an app called Box. Like the iPad itself, Box is a simple file sharing tool and cloud storage service built for the enterprise. Collaboration in the cloud just might be the iPad's killer enterprise app. "The ease-of-use becomes even more prevalent in this version," Locher says. Continue Reading

Quickoffice Pro HD Is Now Capable Of Viewing And Editing Office 2010 Documents Quickoffice Pro HD, one of the App Store’s top Microsoft Office document viewing and editing applications for iPad, will now allow you to work on those Office 2010 documents when on-the-go. Identifiable by the “x” at the end of the file extension, recent Microsoft Office documents contain Open XML formatting that’s not present in earlier Office documents. You may be thinking, Quickoffice Pro HD already supports documents with .docx, .xlsx, and .pptx extensions. Overall features of Quickoffice Pro HD include: Create, View & Edit 1997 – 2010 Word® documents (.doc & .docx)Create, View & Edit 1997 – 2010 Excel® spreadsheets (.xls & .xlsx)Create, View & Edit PowerPoint® presentations (create/edit .ppt & view 97 – 2010 .pptx)Save files as PDFs and print using iOS AirPrintOpen, edit & save files from SharePoint**File support includes 97 – 2010 DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX In addition to working with files locally, Quickoffice Pro HD offers connectivity with:

Springpad 40 Wonderfully Creative iPad Apps We all have the capacity to be creative, it’s in our very nature. The iPad is a wonderful tool for creation is almost every sphere you can imagine, from expressing poetry to capturing artistic ideas, from exploring musical invention to manipulating captured light. Whether you consider yourself a creative professional, or are simply a person who loves to dream and imagine, there are hundreds of awesome iPad apps to help you do just that. Exercise your mind, make something new today! Artistic Apps Procreate Procreate touts itself as possibly the most exciting digital painting app on a mobile device, I think it lives up to that claim. It features a great deal of functionality that’s packaged in an effortlessly intuitive interface, it can’t fail to appeal to the artistic among you! Zen Brush Zen Brush is a beautiful way to get involved and make your own art! Rather than being a fully fledged painting app like Procreate or Brushes, the beauty of Zen Brush lies in the simplicity of the concept. djay

iPad For Business - Putting iPad To Work | Huddle's Blog Increasingly, businesses are deploying iPads to replace workers’ laptops and more expensive computing hardware and while it’s an incredibly useful mobile device, there are some things that your laptop can do that iPad can’t. So you might be asking yourself: how can I use my iPad for business work? iPad has quickly become the easiest, fastest and most portable device for accessing documents on the go. While it can be easy to interact with many types of files once they’re actually on your iPad, there’s been no easy way to get them there to begin with. And once you have a file, it’s not always easy to manipulate it in the way you’d expect, or share it in the secure way you’re used to. It’s also not always easy to physically use iPad for business since it doesn’t have a keyboard. Here we offer up some easy software and hardware solutions to the most common issues with iPad. The problem: How do I securely access work documents on iPad for viewing, annotating, editing and sharing? We hear you.

Report: Cloud Computing Catching On in Emerging Markets While cloud computing gains steadily in the U.S., U.K. and Germany (and rather slowly in Canada ), it's taking off in emerging markets like Brazil, China and India. According to a study by GfK Custom Research, and covered by FineChannel , cloud computing enjoys relatively high penetration rate in emerging markets, regardless of company size. According to GfK, decision makers in Brazil, China and India have a much more positive view of cloud computing and cite cost-effectiveness, flexibility and security as the main benefits. In contrast, decision makers in the U.S. and the U.K. see security as a barrier rather than a strength, and view flexibility as the main advantage. But Fine Channel notes that data security is seen as a benefit by many in established markets as well. In addition to security, cost, including migration and subscription rates, is often seen as a barrier to adoption. Photo by Jeffrey Bell

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50 Fantastic Free iPad Apps We all love getting something great for free! However, hunting down the good free iPad apps from the terrible ones in the jungle of the App Store can be a difficult job. Fortunately for you, I’m here to help. We’ll try and keep a mix of old classics and new favourites, read on and stock up on fantastic free iPad apps! Like the article? Flipboard Flipboard is one of the most popular news readers for the iPad due to its fantastic, intuitive interface and its sheer ease of use. Planetary Planetary is a fascinating way to explore your music collection that’s only available on the iPad. We recently reviewed Planetary and found it to be a simply stunning free offering for the iPad. Zite Zite is a great way to consume all kinds of news and articles, that gradually learns your preferences and what you like to read. The Onion If you’re not already a fan of The Onion, you probably should be. IMDb Remote Paper Bamboo Paper Bamboo paper is a great way to turn your iPad into a paperless communication tool.

4 handy iPad project management apps Whether you are managing a personal project, work task, or directing a group assignment consider the following iPad apps for making this process easier. Bitrix24 Bitrix24 builds a complete social intranet for a company that wants greater internal control of project management. The interface is much like a social network, providing updates and an opportunity for posting and discussion about ongoing projects. The iPad app has a section for a main discussion hub, along with space for tasks, files, messages, and customizable groups. Small organizations that do not need to rely on Bitrix24 for a significant amount of cloud storage or extended support can opt for the company’s free service. While the product is still in beta, Bitrix24 says it has already atrracted over 70,000 registrations for its services. iScope Several capabilities to ease project management are available with a few taps. The iScope app download is free, with an option to upgrade to paid services later. Timeli Project Management

Why the cloud must come back to earth Cloud services seem to have got hung up on providing applications, but the focus needs to shift back to network resources as services, says Lori MacVittie. In the early days of cloud computing all the enthusiasm was about the network, but that focus has been quickly eclipsed by the promise of easy application deployment. The end user has become the centre of attention. The call to provide business users with what were described as ways to circumvent unresponsive IT organisations grew louder, while calls for network infrastructure services were quickly drowned out. Of late, cloud computing seems to have stalled in its pursuit of the goal of IT as a service. It's time to step back and refocus on what needs to be accomplished if we're ever going to reach the top of this technological Mount Everest. Policies as services Those policies need to be delivered more like services than scripted configurations, and they need to be application-centric. Enabling services

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