Friday, 18 September 2015

The Most Popular Apps Employees Use at Work

With this blog I share with you the list of popular apps which can be very beneficial at work, Now Days Smartphone getting very trendy. Here is the list of apps which is useful.

1.       Google Drive (An alternative to Microsoft Office): - With the help of Google drive, companies can sync and share files. Google apps stores documents, spreadsheets, and presentation in Google Drive, allowing users to collaborate in real time.

2.       Apple iCloud (Automatic Backups):- Companies backup Apple computers and devices to iCloud and also sync files and passwords. Given recent high-profile breaches, iCloud may not meet the security needs of some enterprises.

3.       Gmail (Your “other” email):- Enterprises, such as Genentech, use Gmail as their corporate-wide email solutions, but employees also use Gmail accounts to send large files to co-workers and partners.

4.       Salesforce (for sales and marketing) :-  Salesforce is the no. 1 CRM provider, but it also offers leading solutions for marketing automation, customer support, enterprise social networks, and the platform for building custom apps.

5.       Facebook (for legit work reason):- There is legitimate business purpose for some employees to use Facebook to promote the company’s brand and engage with customers, although it’s usage at work is largely personal.

6.       Cisco WebEx (for online meeting):- This app allows employees to share their screen while delivering a presentation online, and to conduct a video conference with meeting participates.

7.       Jive (an alternative to Email):- Offers a social collaborations platform for employees with blogs, groups, and companies improve productivity while reducing email and meetings.

8.       Office 365 (Microsoft office in Cloud):- With office 365 you can edit and store word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents in the cloud from a web interface or mobile app. Team members can even collaborate in real time.

9.       YouTube (Using Videos for work):-  Brands increasingly leverage videos sites like YouTube to connect with customers, and, given the large file sizes of HD videos, it’s no surprise that YouTube for a lot of data in the cloud.

10.   Dropbox (favorite way to store files):- It is used by employees at 97% of the Fortune 500 to sync files across devices. Dropbox for Business provides additional control capabilities such as audit logs and remote wipe.

11.   BOX (Another way to share files):- Box offers a file sharing and collaboration platform,used by enterprises like GE and Procter and gamble, with robust management tools and integration to enterprise cloud services.
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