Friday, December 17, 2010

10 Tools for the Mobile Businessman

Traveling BusinessmanWorking on the go is never easy. Trying to balance between packing and unpacking and making sure you always have everything you need working properly can be extremely stressful. But it doesn't have to be. By using the right tools, you can save yourself a whole lot of time, effort and stress. All it takes is a little planning and a little help.

Folder Lock: Folder lock provides you with 256-bit AES encryption wherever you need it. This encryption is good for any type of file or folder on all types of Windows and even data on a USB device.

Dropbox: Dropbox is an online backup option for Mac OS, Linux and Windows. It offers automatic backup, file sync and the ability to track any and all changes.

Evernote: This online note-taking tool auto-syncs with a desktop application to offer mobile access.

LogMeIn Pro: This tool provides seamless and total access to your PC, whether it be at home or at the office, from any computer with an internet connection.

OneBox: This is a virtual PBX service that forwards any and all calls to any location and includes auto-attendant, voicemail, faxing and conferencing.

Truecrypt: Truecrypt is a free open source disk encryption software for Windows, Mac OS and Linux and provides real-time, on the fly automatic encryption.

Mozy: This service is compatible with both Mac OS and Windows and offers automatic, secure backup.

Stixy: Stixy is a free note-taking service that allows you to share notes and files.

GoToMyPC: This tool allows you to access your computer remotely from any computer connected to the internet.

RingCentral: RingCentral is a virtual PBX service that provides instant-on phone, fax and messaging services. It also has features including toll free numbers, dedicated fax lines and multiple extensions.

So there you go, ten tools that traveling businessmen use to make their mobile work force run smoother and better every single day that they are away from their home or office.
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