Grill-It! (Android | iOS)
Grilling ability has long been a measure of manliness, and while not everyone can be an expert, Grill-It! gives you access to enough recipes and tips to make you feel like one. The app gives you specific instructions along with professional photos of the completed dishes so you can see how yours match up. You can browse the recipes by meat types, key words or ingredients. Don’t know what temperature to cook a certain meat? Grill-It! provides you with a list of the correct internal temperatures for cooking every kind of meat. A new recipe is added every week, so you’ll never run out of new meals to try.
ESPN Scorecenter (Android | iOS)
No man wants to be caught not knowing the score of a game or the latest sports news. Stay informed 24/7 with ESPN Scorecenter, an app that provides scores, news and standings from hundreds of different sports leagues around the world. The feature myTeams allows you to select your favorite teams and creates an individual page for each one. You can even subscribe for alerts to be sent to your phone for the start of your teams’ games, scoring plays, end of period/quarter/half notifications and final score updates. No matter how hectic your schedule is, ESPN Scorecenter lets you stay up to date on everything sports.
Fitness Buddy (Android | iOS)
Personal trainers are expensive, but that’s no longer an excuse for not getting a great workout. Fitness Buddy features over 1,700 exercises and 1,000 HD videos to provide you with the best personal training app available for your phone. It provides detailed exercise instructions, as well as full workout plans, so you can get your body to its prime condition. The app also tracks your progression, so you can make sure you’re getting the most out of your workout.
SkyDroid – Golf GPS (Android | iOS)
Say goodbye to expensive GPS devices for tracking your position on the golf course. This $0.99 app provides you with a satellite view of the course you’re playing on, as well as distances to greens and any hazards. There are currently over 22,000 courses mapped on the app, but you can map any course you want to online.
Mixologist Drink Recipes (Android | iOS)
If you don’t want to have to deal with the crowds at your local bar, Mixologist Drink Recipes will provide you with your own personal bartender. With almost 8,000 drink recipes and 1,300 ingredients, this app gives you access to the steps to make any drink you could want. If you only have a limited selection of alcohol, you can tell the app what you have in stock, and it will give you recipes featuring only those ingredients. Or, if one of the drinks that you don’t have the right alcohol for catches your eye, the app will find the nearest liquor store to your current location.
Evernote (Android, iOS)
Evernote is a free cloud storage app that lets you integrate your notes across several different devices, allowing users to access and edit files on any Internet-connected device, from smartphones to desktop computers. Students can use this app for notes, to-do lists and to record voice reminders. Evernote also has other useful features. For instance, there is a feature that can be used to search for text within an image. Instead of trying to write down an entire whiteboard’s worth of material, a user can just snap a photo and search for the pertinent text later.
StudyBlue Flashcards (Android, iOS)
This app gives you the ability to create flashcards, using text and images, on your mobile device. StudyBlue Flashcards also allows you to quiz yourself, providing statistics for study-session performance. That way, students can identify their weaknesses and focus on the topics giving them the most difficulty. The flashcards can also be used offline, making it possible to study without the need for Internet access.
Mint.com Personal Finance (Android, iOS)
Mint.com is a budgeting app that gives you a holistic view of your personal finances. It allows you to integrate your bank accounts and credit cards to provide a better view of where your money is coming from and where it is going. The app can create a budget for you, and will even send alerts when bills are due, allowing students to stay on top of their finances.
Alarm Clock Xtreme (Android)
Having trouble waking up for those 8 a.m. classes? Alarm Clock Xtreme can assist with that. Those guilty of habitual snoozing can customize their alarms so that they have to correctly answer math equations to get those few extra minutes of sleep. Users can also set the amount of times they are allowed to hit the snooze button or make it so the duration between alarms is shorter each time they snooze. There are also features for morning people. For those who prefer a gentler wake-up call, an alarm can be set to gradually increase in volume, instead of a loud, boisterous siren.
Real Simple No Time to Cook? (Android, iOS)
The stereotypical college diet consists largely of fast food, pizza and ramen. For the adventurous types who want to cook food that requires a little more preparation than adding a packet of pasta to boiling water, there’s Real Simple Recipes’ No Time to Cook? This app provides simple, fast recipes for the novice chef. It starts by asking users what the foundation of their dish will be (i.e. chicken, vegetarian, pasta) and then gives them an option for desired preparation time: 20, 30 or 40 minutes. Aside from providing simple, fast recipes, the app also has how-to videos, a kitchen timer and it can send grocery lists via text or email to ensure you leave the grocery store with the necessary ingredients.
Runkeeper (Android| iOS)
One of the most popular fitness apps available, Runkeeper allows you to track your runs, walks, hikes and more from your smartphone using a built-in GPS and timer, among other great features. The app shows you your pace, heart rate, calories burned, and it keeps track of your stats from previous runs, helping you track your progress in multiple ways. One standout feature is that the app notifies you whenever you have completed a personal-best time for a particular distance, helping to keep you motivated.
Calorie Counter by MyFitnessPal (Android | iOS)
Keeping track of your calorie intake is an incredibly important part of maintaining a healthy diet, and there’s no better smart phone app for it than Calorie Counter by MyFitnessPal. The app features over 1.7 million different foods, all but guaranteeing that you can find your meal, and its calorie totals, on the list. It’s incredibly easy to input your meals, as the layout is user-friendly and allows you to save your favorite foods for quick access. You can also access your account via a computer, letting you backup all of your information.
Fooducate (Android | iOS)
Deciphering nutrition labels can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. Fooducate is an app that lets you scan the barcode of an item at the grocery store and then gives you the most important nutritional information of the item, both good and bad. It has over 200,000 products in its database, and updates regularly. This app allows you to see past labeling tricks, such as distorted serving sizes, to see what nutritional value the products actually has. Just use your smart phone’s camera to scan the barcode and the app does the rest for you. Combined with Calorie Counter, it can be easy to keep control of your diet.
First Aid by American Red Cross (Android | iOS)
Have you found yourself in an emergency situation without the knowledge of how to deal with it? First Aid by American Red Cross provides you with all of the knowledge that you need to handle yourself in any emergency. Featuring the expert advice from the Red Cross, the app gives you access to step-by-step instructions for first aid, videos and animations of first aid techniques and even safety tips for severe weather. The app is very easy to navigate, and the information is presented in an simple-to-understand manner. There are even interactive quizzes to aid in your learning, keeping the user engaged in the content.
Looking for a new taste, a fresh recipe, a mouthful of flavor? Sometimes we need new ideas to help expand our menu. I tend to get into a rut of rotating the same handful of meals: peanut butter, peanut and jelly, and when I’m feeling adventurous peanut butter and marshmallow.
Truth be told, peanut butter is not my only meal (but I do eat a bunch of it). Usually when I think about trying something new, I’m already walking around the grocery store. I have been known to walk over to the magazine aisle to see if there are any cooking issues. The five cooking apps below offers a range of recipes, great ideas and tips for being a better cook.
Some folks started using Pinterest as a recipe tool for collecting and trading pictures of great tasting food. Foodily takes that functionality up a step and gives you the ability to store and save all sorts of great recipes. You can follow famous chefs, food bloggers, cookbook writers, plus all your friends. Foodily makes it easy to search and sort through great tasting recipes on all sorts of sites across the web.
One of the most popular recipe apps is Epicurious. This long time web site is the ultimate cookbook and kitchen companion for new cooks and long time chefs. Search and sort by ingredient, dish type, dietary considerations, occasion, season, and meal course. Once you select a recipe, it gives you prep time, photos, reviews and will even help you make an aisle by aisle grocery list. If you like it, favorite for future use.
3. Evernote Food
Remember the food you love with Evernote Food. Based on the continuous syncing app Evernote, this app keeps all your favorite meals, recipes, food sighting synced across your devices. Add captions, titles, tags, and any other details with each item.
4. Grill It
Any night is a great night to grill out. Whether grilling up a steak, some burgers, fish or even veggies, the grill adds that extra special taste. Here’s an app that gives you access to some of the best grilling recipes available. Plus, if you’ve got a questions, it comes with a built question tool that lets you post questions via email or put them on twitter for a fast response. The initial app costs $1.99 but after purchase, you get a free Meat Temps app that gives you recommended temperatures for all your favorite meats.
5. How to Cook Everything for the iPhone
What about an app that answers your cooking questions even while helping you pick some outstanding recipes. “How to Cook Everything” is a great tool for new and old cooks alike. It offers recipes, kitchen basics, and picks by New York Times columnist Mark Bittman (who wrote the bestselling cookbook, “How to Cook Everything”). Recipes over step-by-step instructions, an ingredients list that can be exported to a grocery list, and variations on recipes. I included this app because I love the practicality and cooking tips, but it does cost $4.99 (there is also a free version and a more expensive deluxe version), and sadly it’s only available for iPhone, iPad and iTouch right now.
How do you help your children use their smartphone or tablet responsibly?
Some media experts throw their hands up in frustration, lamenting how smartphones can lead to irresponsible behavior and addictive tendencies. At the same time, smartphones offer great advantages for study and will be a part of your child’s future. There are some great resources to help parents training their children how to use wireless technology responsibly.
CTIA-The Wireless Association® has developed helping parents and educators teaching children about responsible wireless use: The Be Smart. Be Fair. Be Safe site. The site offers a range of links to resources, facts and surveys, and a simple overview for training your children. Here are the highlights:
- Unwanted contact – Parents should talk to their children about cyberbullying, harassing messages, and other forms of unwanted online contact. It is essential for the child to feel safe and free to talk with parents about any unwanted online contact they’ve received.
- Inappropriate content – Parents must train children to avoid posting inappropriate images, videos or words online. Children should understand the risks and potential consequences sending inappropriate content in public and private posts. Poor conduct today could result in job loss tomorrow. CTIA offers three simple rules: avoid saying things you wouldn’t say in person (online, email or in texts); don’t take or send inappropriate text messages, photos or videos; never give your personal information (including phone number, home address, e-mail address or credit card number).
- Privacy – Parents should play an active role in protecting their child’s privacy. Use privacy settings on the wireless devices and make use of the privacy control tools your wireless service provides. (Talk to your Cellular Sales rep about adding Parental Controls to your Verizon account.)
- Applications – Talk with children about applications and help them learn how to make good decision about downloading apps.
- Family Wireless Policy – Establish family wireless rules. Here’s a sample Family Wireless Rules template to get started.
Another helpful site is Common Sense Media. This site helps parents and educators learn about ways to protect and train children with smartphones and other forms of media.
Yesterday, I highlighted the ways mobile devices are entering into the education system. More and more students are going to BYOT schools (bring your own technology). At the same time, some teachers and school systems are seeking to raise money to provide the students with mobile devices. One teacher at Vine Middle School in Knoxville, TN is raising money for iPod touches, one student at a time.
Today, I want to highlight some of the applications that are helping students learn. The number of educational applications have exploded over the last few years. Here are 5 types of apps that are helping students become better learners.
1. Game-Based Learning – Playing games is a natural way to learn. Children regularly create games that mimic adult patterns like playing house, toy mowers, etc. More and more research anticipate game-based learning to play a dominant role in the classroom of the future. One popular game-based app is Math Motion. Designed for children ages 7-12, offers a series of games that give children visual and physical understanding of what 1/3 means and what multiplication entails, giving children a solid foundation for future learning in science, technology, engineering, and in all abstract thinking.
Zondle gives teachers the ability to create question-based games. Teachers create topics specifically for learners, then they can play those topics in any of the many zondle games.
2. Curriculum Apps – Teachers can keep students up-to-date with course information, homework assignments and school events. Blackboard Mobile™ gives schools and colleges tool for administrating courses and content. Students and teachers can access documents in multiple formats, post announcements (teachers), create discussion threads and posts, and comment on blogs and journals, all on the mobile devices they love (features vary by LMS).
3. Graphing Apps – Instead of buying expensive calculators for advanced math and science classes, students can download apps that meet extensive graphing requirements. The Algeo Calculator App for Android is perfect for calculus and algebra. Students can draw functions, find intersections and show a table of values of the functions with an easy to use interface. In the iPhone, most student can get by with the popular Free Graphing Calculator. It includes a wide range of functions and reference information. The same developer also offers an Scientific Graphing Calculator for advanced functionality.
4. Studying Apps – Whether you’re trying to remember vocabulary words, important dates in history or the latest baseball scores, gFlash makes it easy to create flash cards using Google Docs. gFlash also partners with several partners StudyStack, Quizlet, WinFlash Educator and FlashcardExchange to offer users a wider variety of pre-made flash cards.
5. Researching Apps – From taking notes to preparing for tests to collecting information for a paper, smartphones give students tools for researching and organizing research information. My favorite app in both iOS and Android formats is Evernote. While there are a variety of apps that can help students in collaboration, homework, footnotes, and organizing data, Evernote can do all that and more. Students can organize information in notebooks by subject, class, and project or they can create their own system of organizing information. Evernote can save web pages, photos, audio clips and text entry. It works on computers and all mobile devices. Plus, an Evernote Pro account offers security and an easy way to share notebooks for collaboration.
 Marla Crossley. “iPod Touch will engage fifth-graders in math, reading.” Knoxville News Sentinel, January 23, 2012 <http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/jan/23/ipod-touch-will-engage-fifth-graders-in-math/>
The use of mobile phones among children 8 to 18 continues to rise. Over the last five years, the number of youth who own their own cell phone has jumped from 33 percent to 66 percent. The dramatic rise of young people using mobile devices brings both challenges and possibilities. Today I want to highlight the positive possibilities of empowering youth with mobile devices. Other posts will consider education apps as well as how parents can help protect their children who are using smartphones, iPads, iPods and the like.
In the past, many schools banned mobile devices, and considered them a distraction from the learning experience. Now more and more schools are revisiting their mobile devices policies and considering ways that devices can be incorporated into the learning process. The reality is that over 75 percent of children from 12 to 17 now carry a cell phone (and many carry smartphones). We live in a wired world. When young people graduate from high school, using technology will most likely play a key role in their college as well as their careers. Recognizing the lifelong influence of technology, some schools have decided to welcome smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices into the classroom.
The classroom setting provides an opportunity for students to learn about social media and mobile devices “in a supervised environment that emphasizes the development of attitudes and skills that will help keep them safe outside of school.” Many schools like Oak Hills High School in Cincinnati are asking how can mobile phones play an active role in learning. “I think it’s a discussion that is taking place in almost every school district,” says Todd Yohey, the superintendent of Ohio’s 8,100-student Oak Hills school district, which includes Oak Hills High.
Some schools have implemented a policy known as BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology). At New Canaan Public Schools, high schools students bring their smartphones and tablets for use in research, homework assignments and class projects. The library also provides 7 iPads to be shared among the students. By embracing technology, schools are teaching students how to learn using mobile devices as well as how to be responsible and safe online.
At a recent Riverside Chamber of Commerce students demonstrated how technology is a part of learning. Third-grader Kendall Lally talked about how she uses a comic book writing app on her iPod in learning to write. Ninth-grader Adnrew Savage demonstrated learning algebra on an iPad. Riverside Unified School District Superintendent Rick Miller said that “Fun apps, such as the one to teach writing through comic books, not only engage students’ interest, they extend academic learning beyond any homework assigned”.
 Victoria J. Rideout, M.A., Ulla G. Foehr, Ph.D., and Donald F. Roberts, Ph.D.. “GENERATION M2 – Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds.” The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, January 2010 <http://www.kff.org/entmedia/upload/8010.pdf>
 Amanda Lenhart, Rich Ling, Scott Campbell, and Kristen Purcell. “Teens and Mobile Phones.” Pew Research Center, April 20, 2010 <http://www.pewinternet.org/Reports/2010/Teens-and-Mobile-Phones.aspx>
 “Making Progress: Rethinking State and School District Policies Concerning Mobile Technologies and Social Media.” Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) <http://www.cosn.org/Default.aspx?TabId=12543>
 Ian Quillen. “Schools Open Doors to Students’ Mobile Devices.” Education Week, October 2010
 Dayna Straehley. “Students show how technology boosts learning.” The Press Enterprise, May 10, 2012 <http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/riverside/riverside-headlines-index/20120510-riverside-students-show-how-technology-boosts-learning.ece>
Over the last three years, the use of smartphones has exploded. As more and more people are carrying their own smartphones and tablets, they often have better mobile computing tools that what their company provides. This means more and more employees are opting to use their own devices for work projects.
Consider a recent study by LANDesk. After surveying 193 IT managers and administrators from medium to large organizations, here is what they found:
- 44 percent of those surveyed said at least part of their workforce works remotely.
- 77 percent of those surveyed said end users use their personal mobile devices in the workplace.
- 54 percent of those surveyed reported that they do not currently have a security strategy for mobile devices in place.
- 37 percent of those surveyed reported that they deal with more than 10 malware incidents a month.
That second bullet is an eye-opener. 77 percent of those surveyed acknowledged that employees are using their personal mobile devices in the workplace. This means that IT faces the challenges of supporting a very different workplace that just a few years ago. Steve Workman, Vice President of LANDesk says, “The days of provisioning and maintaining a single computing platform, locking down work environments and mandating productivity systems are dead. This survey of mobile device management drives these points home. We surveyed a cross section of IT managers and administrators, and their feedback shows the dramatic nature of this shift and emphasises the immediacy of the change.”
This new challenge requires businesses to have some type of mobile device management (MDM) plan, and this challenge is not simply for larger companies. SMBs must be prepared as well. Eric Lai from ZDNet points out the danger for smaller businesses. He says, “But in terms of who proportionally gets hit harder, a smaller firm could find itself crippled if a few hundred key customer details are compromised.”
If you’re a small business-owner with employees using their own devices in the workplace, you might consider looking at AirWatch offers support for managing a range of devices including Android, IOS, Blackberry, Windows, and Symbian. While many MDM solutions focus primarily on enterprise implementations, AirWatch offers support for small businesses, enterprise level, education and government. Some of the features, small businesses owners will appreciate include:
- Pay month-to-month for the number of active devices
- Leverage a cloud model to reduce costs and free up resources
- Increase efficiency by streamlining and automating IT tasks
- Gain visibility and control over all your mobile assets
- Increase employee satisfaction and reduce IT costs through BYOD
 “Do mobile devices in the workplace create security problems?” Help Net Security, May 10, 2012 <http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=12903>
 Eric Lai. “Hey SMBs: Here’s An Affordable Mobile Device Management Option.” ZDNet, May 4, 2012 <http://www.zdnet.com/blog/sybase/hey-smbs-heres-an-affordable-mobile-device-management-option/3064>
The ability to give and receive payment with your smartphone is getting easier than ever before. Last week, PayPal introduced it’s new mobile credit card PayPal Here. PayPal is now competing in the smartphone market directly with Square and Inuit products designed for receiving payments.
PayPal, Square and Intuit are not alone. Eventbrite announced an “at the door” card reader that works like a mobile box office. More mobile payment systems have been announced and are in development like PayWare and Swiff.
Right now, it’s hard to know if consumers will gravitate toward one or two providers who will then set the standard in payment collection systems. But PayPal’s system has some advantages that may play a key role in its future success.
The key word is infrastructure. PayPal was slower to move into the smartphone payment collection market than Square, but it has not been sitting still. For the last several years, PayPal has laid an international infrastructure of relations with merchants and banking systems. CNNMoney highlights PayPal’s commitment to building a long-term and worldwide base:
No company has been working longer at this goal than PayPal. Back when people spoke less of the cloud and more about grid computing, and when mobile phones were too big to fit comfortably inside a pocket, PayPal was laying the foundation for a global e-payment system – working through regulatory processes in hundreds of countries, grappling with myriad forms of online fraud and fielding customer complaints.
PayPal already has a successful customer base online. While they have offended a few small business owners with their strong commitment to the customer, they’ve also established trust with customers. This trust is invaluable for expanding into a mobile market where security and trust are big issues.
PayPal established an effective model for collecting and distributing payments. Their model has burgeoned into a worldwide market that includes 9 million merchants and 106 million active customers. This translated into $4 billion in mobile payments in 2011, and is expected to reach $7 billion in 2012.
In the midst of this tremendous growth, PayPal acquired the payment system Bill Me Later, the app developers behind RedLaser, and the shopping engine Milo. Now with the introduction of PayPal Here, PayPal is positioned to be a pivotal service provider for both payment collection and payment distribution.
PayPal Here is currently only available for the iOS platform, but an Android version is promised soon. It is undercutting Square’s transaction fee by .05% at 2.7% per transaction. Business owners who sign up for PayPal Here will receive a blue triangular dongle that plugs into the iPhone for sliding credit cards. Additionally, the iPhone camera can also be used to scan cards and paper checks for payments to PayPal.
One in four cell phones are lost, stolen, or accidentally damaged each year. At Cellular Sales, we’ve simplified wireless protection in a cost-affordable plan known at TechProtect. Now customers can enjoy a fast and convenient way to get their cell phone replaced. Most plans cost more and deliver less. On average, cell phone protection plan start at $6.99. They don’t guarantee users will get a new phone or in-store replacement and activation.
Cellular Sales has become the leading Verizon Wireless premium retailer by taking care of our customers in the way we would like to be treated. We decided we needed a better protection plan. We found a partner in eSecuritel. JT Thome, COO, Cellular Sales says that “With eSecuritel’s offering, we can deliver the strongest and most complete cell phone insurance program designed to best serve our subscribers.”
TechProtect actually improves the service plan features while reducing costs. Thome continues, “Through TechProtect, we guarantee the highest level of convenience and satisfaction by providing our customers with a means of obtaining a new replacement device by simply walking into any store.”
Starting at only $4.99, TechProtect provides cost-affordable wireless protection. Should customers need help, they have the option to pick up a brand new phone in any Cellular Sales store and have it activated before they leave the store. For customers who prefer home delivery, TechProtect will ship the phone directly to their home.
TechProtect is just another reason why Cellular Sales continues to grow. Now customers can save time, save money, and avoid aggravation should their phone be lost, stolen, or accidentally damaged. After the claim is approved, customers simply pay a deductible and receive a brand new device from any Cellular Sales location.
If you’d like to move from a basic phone to a smartphone, but you also want stick to your budget, Verizon Wireless has a plan for you. From today (November through January 15, 2012, you can make the move from basic to smartphone, spending only $20 for monthly wireless access (300 MB data plan). This package gives you the opportunity to try mobile wireless applications like email, web searches, blogging and Facebook.*
With a Smartphone, you can enjoy convenient access to coupons for locations near where your shopping. Or how about reviews, ratings and map to nearby restaurants? For light web access, this special introductory package to mobile wireless is a perfectly affordable solution. And here’s the sweet deal: once you subscribe, you get to keep this low rates for as long as you remain on these features.
What phones are eligible for this great deal? Switching to any Verizon Wireless Smartphone can give you access to this low price. To learn more about this entry level Smartphone data plan, contact your local Cellular Sales representative. They can help you find the perfect phone, the perfect plan and the perfect solution for your mobile phone needs.
If you need help finding a local Cellular Sales rep, contact us at Cellular Sales, and someone will help you right away.
* For media streaming and more intensive uses, you’ll want a larger data plan.
Motorola Mobility subsidiary 3LM released its comprehensive support software for enterprise Android applications today (October 10). Delivering device management and security solutions, 3LM gives IT the power to support smartphone and tablet Android users.
With the explosive growth of smartphones and tablets in the workplace, traditional IT support has been forced to change from rigid restrictions to developing solutions the tools and devices users need to perform their job.
Garner Research has suggested that consumerization of IT is one of the top trends impacting IT strategies and practices. They suggest, “Consumer behaviors will have the power to reshape how enterprise IT works; they will bring new and varied expectations for IT, which, at an enterprise IT level, must be recognized and developed.”
Android is a perfect example of this dramatic shift as more and more consumers are using Android smartphones and tablets at home but also in the workplace. At the same, there have been security concerns related to supporting the Android operating system. Alongside the trending use of Androids in the workplace, 3LM has been working in “stealth mode” with the goal of delivering enterprise level security. Motorola bought 3LM last February with the intention of delivering 3LM solutions to all handset manufacturers.
The 3LM technology will provide business and government entities with easy to use management, enterprise security and device security. 3LM secures data on the device as well as in transit from device to enterprise. IT managers can use 3LM tools to manage fleet devices remotely from adding software to wiping data.
- Works with existing IT infrastructure to administer users and devices
- Remote device management
- Remote application installation
- Full and selective remote wipe for devices
- Lock devices
- Locate devices
- Incorporate advanced password rules
Secure Enterprise Link
- Access enterprise resources and online resources securely.
- Secure credentials for device interaction with enterprise.
- Administrator controls security and access levels at enterprise.
- All communication between device and enterprise is encrypted.
- Secure channel delivery of critical information like email, calendar and contacts.
- Remote device health and status checking.
- Each device is identified by a unique IP address for tracking as a network endpoint.
- All data on device can be encrypted including internal memory as well as SD card storage.
- Anti-malware protects corporate users.
The commercial is old but the Stanley Cup Finals just ended so it seems fitting. Not to mention hilarious.
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CellularSales.com has recently had a much-needed face lift! One of the new features we’re excited about is the “Ask An Expert” section where users can submit questions to our sales force. In most cases, answers will come within a couple of hours (and in many cases, way quicker). We’ve got a lot of wireless experts who are more than happy to help, just because they like to help. We’re hoping this helpfulness will be a breath of fresh air for folks looking for answers online, and we encourage anyone and everyone to take advantage of this resource. Answers are archived for future use, and users are alerted as soon as an answer arrives.
So, go, ponder until you are flummoxed. Then ask a wireless expert to illuminate. There are no dumb questions, just orphaned threads. Kidding. We even answer the dumb ones (with a smile)!
-Jay Witherspoon, Director of Advertising