Paul uses different kinds of software to maintain his productivity, including Microsoft OneNote to maintain a list of ideas for new blogs and articles, as well as a plain text application for general note taking and to maintain his to do list. He’s discovered that he can read and edit his OneNote Notebooks using MobileNoter on the iPad, while Simplenote allows him to do the same for the notes on his desktop. Because everything is automatically synced to the cloud, he doesn’t even have to remember to perform a manual synchronization, or leave his laptop on.
Your personal workflow obviously differs, and it will probably take some time to figure out the right combination of software that will contribute to your productivity. His point though, is the role the iPad can play in that regard.
Thinking of using the Apple iPad in your business this year? Beyond the various considerations to deploying the iPad in your SMB, what actual roles could Apple’s shiny tablet play in your company? This slideshow highlights 10 possible business uses for the Apple iPad.