Take Your Old Friends Everywhere
Wouldn’t you always prefer the company of old buddies? Old friends are familiar, trustworthy and always there. And it’s no different with computer programs and applications – familiarity breeds not contempt but relief. Almost like spotting the golden arches in a strange city, no matter, it’s the same junk food behind the counters. Since most of us are used to years of working with MS Office applications on our computers, why settle for anything less or even remotely strange, when it comes to working on our mobile phones - our lifelines to a better world, a superior life and the one sure route to new age supermanhood. Now Windows Phone 7 allows you the luxury of familiarity. Meet your trusted friends Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel and SharePoint. All accessible on that little device called a smartphone.
Meetings need not be postponed because of the inability to make changes to that presentation to client, because PowerPoint comes to the rescue. Just as on your computer, PowerPoint allows you to create, review, and edit slides. You can also add notes to your slides for reference, and email the presentation if you have to get it approved before you present it to a client. Bingo!
When you are unable to attach files in the mail because of their large size, just remember to use SharePoint on your phone. As usual, SharePoint lets you share, collaborate on documents. You can also make the files available to you offline, and work on them during the long flight where you may not have any connectivity. Double Bingo!
You can also use OneNote as your external memory and note down everything that happened during the meeting. And not just that, you can sync your mobiles with the OneNote that you are using on your desktop or the laptop and never miss anything important.
Now that you have so many old friends on your mobile working hard for you, it’s time to relax and have some fun. No awkward where’s-my-data moments. No strange how-do-I-insert-this-film-clip encounters. No funny lose-that-contract downtime. Thanks to Windows Phone 7.