Dial M for Mobile

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In an increasingly mobile technological world there is no time like the present to learn how to exploit the available accommodations. For instance as a Management major at the University of Nevada, Reno, I am often engaged in team or group activities that typically require a certain degree of accountability and  face-time. However, with the creation of Google applications like Google Docs, not only can you edit and share work with your entire group in real time but you can each work from seperate computers in different locations. Almost entirely eliminating the excuses of time or location constraints and allowing each individual member to offer much greater degrees of reinforcement for one another.

Therefore it may be in your best interest to take a peek at the current available line of Google Products, things they have in store, and great hidden features. While trying to devise a way you can use them to make your life easier and more convenient. Of course Google is only one of many innovative sources of mobile technology. Company’s like Apple are always looking to the future with things like this here. Nevertheless, wherever you come across these tools be sure to maximize their potential and share them with others. This will only increase the practical applicability of the tool.

Coincidentally this brings me to the part of the post where I share a local business or artist of personal interest who advocates or uses social media or networking. This time it is a local business that I came across while being a member of one of the aforementioned groups at the University of Nevada, Reno. American Arborists are your professional tree services specialists and understand the importance of online marketing to reach a much broader customer base.

American Arborists (Ask For Jeff@americanarborists.net)

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