“Owning a smartphone is like your first taste of sushi – it takes a while to try, but afterwards, you wonder how you lived without it,” Debbie Mayo-Smith writes for The New Zealand Herald. “Is it a coincidence that, while I sat at a café writing this article, four out of five people had an iPhone, and the fifth a Blackberry?”
Mayo-Smith writes, “For personal productivity and business prowess, they’re a 2010 necessity.”
MacDailyNews Take: That fifth BlackBerry is not a 2010 necessity, it’s a 2010 anachronism.
Mayo-Smith with her reasons why smartphone are necessities for personal productivity and business prowess:
• Make more sales
• Get information as fast as you need it
• Get more done
• Education on the run
• Faster, cheaper, focused business communication
• Social media on the run
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]