You've got Apps, you've got iOS. Now what?

 
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Increasingly more and more companies operate via mobile devices rather than traditional PCs. Larry Page gave a speech last week at Google's developer conference and mentioned he runs Google, a $50 Billion+ organization, almost exclusively from his mobile device. I'm not surprised. Salesforce.com executive Marc Benioff has stated the same and Kansas City's own Mayor Sly James does most of his work via his iPad. 

Running your business from a mobile device using outdated technologies is impossible. Google, Salesforce.com, and the Kansas City Mayor's office run their organizations with Google Apps. 

If you have an iPhone or an iPad (both run an operating system called iOS), you'll want to take advantage of these applications.

Gmail

Get smarter email wherever you are.

Download App

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Chrome

Browse fast & bring your personalized Chrome with you.

Download App

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Hangouts

Hangouts bring conversations to life with photos, emoji, and even group video calls for free.

Download App

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QuickOffice Pro

Edit Word/Excel/PowerPoint on your iPhone or iPad

Download App

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Google Drive

One place to create, share, collaborate & keep your stuff, available on all your devices.

Download App

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Google+

Stay connected and share life as it happens.

Download App

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Google Maps

Never get lost as you go to new places and old favorites.

Download App

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Google Search app

Search the web faster & easier with the Google Search app.

Download App

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YouTube

Millions of videos at your fingertips, available on the go.

Download App