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Even without a comprehensive policy, just enrolling the device in an MDM system would have been enough.
A free preview is available to try, and surprise, it provides a seamless experience with Office on other platforms.
Microsoft's flagship products now have a unified interface across all iOS devices, and most creating and editing features are available without an Office 365 subscription.
Microsoft's most recent update offers free editing for all, adds Dropbox integration, and now includes an app for your iPhone that you can use to create and edit documents.
This latest update syncs your work between your iPhone and iPad and lets anyone create or edit documents — no Office 365 account required.
The Livescribe 3 works with your iOS device to make digital input of your note seamless.
Microsoft made the right decisions (mostly) when creating Word for iPad. The result is a word processing app that's a pleasure to use.
PDFpen has the features you need to work on PDFs on your iOS device, but it has a few quirks.
If you turn to the Web for your business accounting needs, you'll find that the offerings aren't perfect. But you will find apps that have the basic tools to track your finances.
You can use PDFpen Scan+ on your iPad or iPhone to scan documents and images, as well as perform optical character recognition.
There's a trend in business towards no longer using a full-time receptionist to meet visitors to an office. TextUS.biz's Receptionist allows you to use an iPad, instead.
Pages 2.0 is a definite improvement over its predecessor, offering all the features you need to make great-looking documents on your iPad or iPhone,.
Full and simple file- and feature-compatibility across three separate platforms? What's not to like?
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