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Main Connect News The Top Apps for Organized Business Professionals

The Top Apps for Organized Business Professionals

Friday, March 2, 2012

Sometimes, business professionals need a bit of extra help from their smartphones when reporting to work away from the office. Today's technology provides thousands of ways to help employees stay organized and on top of their day-to-day tasks.

Business Review Canada recently reviewed the top applications to use when workers cannot make it into the office. With the JotNot Scanner Pro, a business employee's phone instantly transforms into a scanner. The app, which costs only 99 cents, can scan and save everything a person may need, including documents, receipts, whiteboards, business cards, books and more. The app uses the phone's camera to scan the items and save them for later reference.

The free app Wunderlist, a multi-platform cloud-sync task manager, allows professionals to type in a task and leave the task of remembering to their smartphones. The application is easily accessible from phones, computers and tablets so that the busiest adults will always have their to-do lists handy.

Sharing files with classmates or coworkers can now occur in a matter of seconds with the use of Dropbox on any iPhone, iPad, Android or Blackberry. Young adults can download the free app onto their computers and carry and share files to appointments and meetings right from their pockets on their mobile devices.

Business students can begin to use these affordable or free apps as organizational tools in their business management courses as well. To prepare for a successful career, enroll in programs such as Business Administration Management and Business Administration/E-Commerce Management at Reeves College. Fill out the form on the right to get started.