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What a great app! After connecting to my work VPN with the OpenVPN app, I was able to make a quick change to my Active Directory. I'll be spending part of the next few days creating connections to all my client's servers.
Great little utility for testing Wi-Fi signals. I need to spend more time with this app to really see what it can do.
Sometimes you've got to get away from the constant buzz of clients wanting your attention.
The essential file sharing app. If you work in IT you don't need me to tell you about Dropbox.
White/Orange, Orange, White/Green, Blue... wait, is that right? Useful point diagrams for when you can't tell DVI from DB9.
Google voice allows me to separate my personal phone from my business line for the first time in 8 years. This app let's me choose when my business number rings through. Very useful.
I once fixed a server while hurtling down I-5 at 70 miles an hour. While my wife drove, of course. That's the power of LogMeIn.
People can give me money via credit card at any time. That's pretty cool.
Silver Finger Software
I can't afford to miss an important text or email. I'm not sure this is my final choice of notification apps, but it is my favorite so far.
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My help desk system doesn't have a mobile app, but I can get to the essentials via RSS, making this widget very handy.
I actually like SugarSync more than Dropbox since you can sync any folder. Doesn't tie into other android apps like Dropbox sites though.
This app was essential to my goal of having a personal number and my business number on the same phone.
My new favorite remote control application. LogMeIn's mobile app is slightly better, but TeamViewer's features on the desktop are hard to beat.
Browse your network files from your phone. We live in the future.
For when you just gotta have that encrypted connection to the office.
The main reason I replaced my iPhone with an Android. For the first time since I started my business I get a personal phone number alongside my business line. I can't believe how well this works.
If I don't write it down it doesn't exist. Thanks to Evernote, lots of things exist.
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