This is one of the most important aspects of your business mobile app. There are many businesses in the history who failed to build the right app at first attempt and as a result, their app got vanished from the market. Instead of depending on the IT team of your company, do consider outsourcing the application development to a reliable technology partner. Through a right technology partner, you can make sure that your app will run with minimal glitches. In Apogaeis, we make sure our developed apps avoid glitches. We code in a secure manner so that your app won’t face any difficulties.


As noted by TechRepublic in 2013, pricing plans differ in that "Google Apps has a quick and easy pricing plan for their standard Google Apps for Business package: $5 per user per month or $50 per user per year ... In contrast, Office 365 has a multitude of plans (six as of September, 2013) which can be both good and bad since it provides flexibility but also involves some complexity to figure out the best choice". Storage space varies because "Office 365 gives users 50 GB of space in Outlook and 1 TB in OneDrive. Google Apps provides 30 GB of space which is spread among Gmail, Drive and Picasa". And regarding features, it states that "Office 365 has the advantage for plenty of users who have been familiar with Word, Excel and the rest of the gang for years; there is less of a learning curve than with Google Apps if the latter represents a brand new experience ... However, it's also true that Office is notorious for being loaded with complex, unused features which can cause confusion, so the familiarity many will embrace also comes with something of a price, especially if companies are paying for advanced packages not all employees will use. By contrast, Google Apps programs are fairly easy to learn and intuitive, but may feel too awkward for those who are hard-coded to work in Office."[104] Stephen Shankland of CNET wrote in 2014 that "It's hard to compare Google Apps' success to that of Microsoft Office since Google doesn't release revenue or user figures".[105]

Once you’ve identified a company you’re interested in, you’ll likely move on to a pre-research or “discovery” stage, as opposed to jumping straight into development. Clutch’s recent survey on app development cost found that nearly 70% of app development companies require this stage. A discovery stage is typically conducted before an app development company commits to building the full app with you. During the discovery stage, you and the app development company might:


With WebEx you will never miss a meeting again, regardless of where you are. It allows you to host and attend meetings and organize online events all from your tablet or mobile app. You can keep in touch with your team and office no matter where you are. You can even share files, message, and video conference everyone through the platform that keeps all of your team's activity synced and stored across all devices. For companies that have teams dispersed through multiple locations, or even if you are just working from home one day, you will never have to feel out of reach, or out of touch, with the rest of the individuals you need to communicate with. Price: Free
It's important to have unique, complex passwords to safeguard all of your accounts. But how can you possibly remember all of them? With LastPass, you don't have to. This unique tool stores all of your passwords in a vault, which you can access with one master password. This means you only have to remember one password. Ever. It will also generate secure passwords for all of your accounts, making them nearly impossible to hack. LastPass even has a tool that allows you to share passwords with certain people and then revoke access when needed, making it perfect for sharing accounts with your employees.
We have previously written about being aware of what your competitors are doing, and this still applies when you are wondering whether or not to launch a mobile app. If any of your competitors have a mobile app, they are already benefiting in ways that you are not, and if none of them have an app yet it shouldn’t be seen as a reason to not launch your own.

With Homebase, you can build an employee schedule in seconds, track your team’s hours, and manage your labor costs in real time. The app also allows managers to message employees, employees to chat with coworkers in real time, request time off, or trade shifts. Employers can also track both paid and unpaid breaks and retroactively edit employee shifts to ensure accurate reporting. It’s also convenient for employees, since it gives them better access to schedules, shift trades, shift covers, time off requests, and availability.
Google opened the Google Apps Marketplace, on March 9, 2010, which is an online store for third-party business applications that integrate with Google Apps, to make it easier for users and software to do business in the cloud. Participating vendors included Intuit, Appirio, and Atlassian.[14] On July 26, 2010, Google introduced an edition for governments, then-known as Google Apps for Government, which was designed to meet the public sector's unique policy and security needs. It was also announced that Google Apps had become the first suite of cloud applications to receive Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) certification and accreditation.[15]
Using the apps and extensions for multiple platforms, you can access you tasks from anywhere and at any time using a mobile device, web browser, tablet, or laptop.  Additionally, you have access to tools that allow you to visualize your productivity including sub tasks, sub projects, notifications, due dates, recurring dates, reminders, labels and filters, productivity tracking, team collaboration and much more.
As things stand, Huawei is losing its licensing agreement with Google for the provision of Google Play Services and access to the Google Play Store on new Huawei Android devices. Existing customers won’t be affected, though without Google resuming business with Huawei, they also won’t get any further Android OS updates. (Honor, Huawei’s wholly owned subsidiary, looks to be subject to the same fate). This is devastating to Huawei’s hopes of selling any smartphones outside of China.
Almost anyone that has a smartphone or tablet is continuously looking for ways to improve their professional life through apps. To get things done efficiently every day, you should be equipped with the right digital tools.  Apps that show you a financial dashboard or that can pull up your travel itinerary right away can prevent you from having to scramble for data from thousands of e-mail attachments in your inbox.  This is why I have curated a list of ten business apps that are highly recommended.
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