“Forget packing a phone, laptop, paper and pens. Just tote an iPhone filled with business apps,” Bonnie Ruberg reports for Forbes.
“In an economy like this one, what company can afford to send its employees on the road with suitcases full of high-tech gadgets? To cut costs, business travelers just need to tote an iPhone filled with applications that help them book airline flights, organize schedules and deliver presentations,” Ruberg reports.
“Apple’s App Store has hundreds of travel-related apps and almost all of them are $9.99 or less. Indeed, the iPhone is making life much easier for business travelers–or at least it will, once they figure out what it can do,” Ruberg reports.
Full article here.
In a companion piece, Ruberg writes, “The iPhone isn’t just a fancy toy for making calls, listening to music and sending e-mails. It’s also a powerful tool for business travelers. There are hundreds of iPhone applications that can turn the device into a travel agent, schedule organizer, GPS tracking system and so much more. Here’s a peek at 12 apps business travelers should try.”
Forbes’ “12 iPhone Apps For Business Travelers” is here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Brawndo Drinker” for the heads up.]