Find wireless coverage on iPad

Date: 28 Mar 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Better iPad typing with apps

Date: 04 Mar 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Facebook never stays the same for long, always introducing new features for users to gripe about, then fall in love with. The newest function is Graph Search which allows users to search for others based on their likes, location, photos, posts, etc. While this could be useful, it is a good idea to audit your profile before it's made available to everyone. There are three main parts to this audit,

Manage multiple clouds on your iPad

Date: 01 Feb 2013 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

One of the major selling points of the iPad, and any Apple product for that matter, is ease of use. Most people, regardless of their tech experience, can pick an iPad up and figure it out within minutes. Many business owners and managers are finding that the iPad fits well into day-to-day operations, mainly because of a wealth of apps. One great app allows users to manage files stored on various c

Who else wants iPad productivity apps?

Date: 06 Dec 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Tablets are really starting to come into their own. They are great for users who need to take their business on the road and don't want to be tied down to bulky laptops. The one tablet that's proved to be the catalyst to this movement is the iPad. One of the main reasons for this is due to the sheer number of apps, especially productivity related, that help users do their job. Here's some useful

2 new iPads headed your way

Date: 25 Oct 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

The Apple iPad revolutionized mobile computing when it was released, and each subsequent generation has brought with it changes for the better. The last release, the new iPad, saw some big lines of eager customers. Chances are, if you look around the office, at least one person has one. Less than seven months after the release of the iPad 3, Apple announced two new replacement tablets on the 23rd

iPad is an investment, take care of it

Date: 06 Sep 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

The iPad is an incredibly popular device, and companies of all sizes have adopted these, or similar tablets, as the go-to-mobile device. Despite being a huge commercial success, the iPad is a fairly large investment for most small businesses, and if something happens to a device, it can be costly to fix. Because of this, it’s important that you take steps to look after your investment. Here’s

Does the Nexus 7 stack up to iPad?

Date: 03 Aug 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

Until early July there was one tablet that all other tablets were compared against, many falling far short. That tablet is the iPad, and from its release in 2010 has seen few competitors, until now. The competitor is Google’s new tablet, the Nexus 7. While the Nexus 7 is a competitor of the iPad, the question posed by many small business owners is: does it really stack up? Here is a comparison

The modern POS = iPad with apps

Date: 06 Jul 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

One of the most common trends in relation to the changing of money between small businesses and customers is mobilization. Many systems like the point of sale system are being mobilized in an effort to allow small businesses to do business where they chose. An app for the Apple iPad is allowing just this. The system is called Square and is a series of apps that turn your iPad into a point of sale

Hot doc? Print it directly from iPad

Date: 08 Jun 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

One of the biggest trends of the past three years is the rise of the tablet as a replacement to the personal computer, largely due to the Apple iPad. The tablet has proven itself more than a fad and to actually be an incredibly useful business tool. To extend its usefulness, Apple and app developers have integrated the ability to print documents directly from your iPad. Here’s how you can pr

Share iPad connection with colleagues

Date: 18 May 2012 | Posted BY: ulisticadmin

One of the most frustrating things, when it comes to the Internet, is finding a stable connection while outside the office. Most coffee shops and hotels offer Wi-Fi, but you have to pay to connect. If you have a new iPad with a cellular data connection, you can share the connection with up to five devices, giving you your own personal Wi-Fi connection. Here’s how you can share your data connect