productivity

15: Apps For A Great Start To A New Year

15: Apps For A Great Start To A New Year

Resolutions. Goals. Plans. Routines. Whatever you want to call them, you’ve made them. If you don’t already have some tools to help you start 2017 off on the right foot, you’re in the right place.

In this episode, we talk about the dozen or so apps that I use daily to stay organized and productive as well as keep track of fitness goals.

5: The Thing That Stores the Stuff on My iPhone: Understanding the 'Cloud' (1 of 2)

5: The Thing That Stores the Stuff on My iPhone: Understanding the 'Cloud' (1 of 2)

Cloud computing revolutionized the way we use our technology. We touch multiple cloud services on a daily basis but might not understand how you are using them? Are you using them to their fullest potential?

In this part 1 of 2 series we discuss:

  • - What the cloud is
  • - Where the cloud came from
  • - Where it is located
  • - Who can access the cloud
  • - and some of the services that are available 

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2: Those Default Apple Apps Made Simple

2: Those Default Apple Apps Made Simple

Roughly 20% of us use them and unfortunately, they are littered with things we don't want or don't use. They just take up precious space that we could be using for our photos or music. In this episode, I'm talking to iPhone and iPad users about all the apps that come loaded on iDevices, rather you want them or not. I explain some of the best uses and unique tips to add productivity and organization to your everyday life.

You do not need an Apple computer to get the benefits of all the Apple Cloud services. The trick is just making sure you use those default apps correctly.