Throughout 2019, there were some applications that became my go-to apps for personal and professional projects. Here’s my shortlist:
I’m one of those disaffected Evernote users that people talk about after their fall from Unicorn status. I depended on it for years as a freelance writer. It was my tool of choice for capturing my writing research and ideas. I got away from using Evernote. he UI never changed while its management (and fortunes)… Continue reading Google Keep and the art of capturing personal research
I’ve been trying to follow through on some personal publishing goals I set for 2019. Like many people, I face the challenges of a day job, gym time (circuit training addiction), and freelance work.
In the run-up to the holiday season, it’s the transportation and logistics industry that makes wishes come true for young and old alike. Though these holiday heroes make it look easy, transportation and logistics companies rely heavily on mobile technology to help them deliver, suggests FleetOwner. Companies in other industries should take cues from the… Continue reading Transportation and logistics companies and mobile technology: Lessons for other industries
The road to becoming a mobile-first organization isn’t without its business, security and technology challenges. Companies that win at enterprise mobility overcome these challenges through the proper application of technology, policies and processes. The following are some mobility challenges you may face and how to approach them: Personal and corporate data on employee devices Bring-your-own-device (BYOD)… Continue reading How to overcome mobility challenges in your digital transformation