110 Enterprise Apps That Make Lumia 950, 950 XL Users More Productive
2Free: Office Remote Helps You Go Mobile
Office Remote is a free app that lets users interact with the Office installations on their PCs. The app is especially handy when presenting a PowerPoint slide deck, since users can control their slides from their smartphone, enabling them to walk around the room. The app requires Office 2013 to work, but appears to be a solid option for anyone who wants to remotely connect to Microsoft’s productivity suite.
3Paid: A Simple To-Do List With Simple Do
Simple Do is not a free app, but it is just 99 cents and comes with features worth trying out for those who want to stay organized. The app includes the ability to create a to-do list, but then organizes them into a range of categories. In addition, to-do items can be set up as recurring, prioritized and more. Simple Do could just be the answer for those who want to keep working and not forget things.
4Free: Handyscan Makes It Easy to Scan Documents
5Paid: Read Any PDF With Expert PDF Reader
As its name suggests, Expert PDF Reader helps users quickly read and edit PDFs from a Windows mobile device. In addition, the app, which costs $2.49, provides features for annotating on the document and managing several PDFs in one. It’s a bit expensive compared with comparable apps, but it gets the job done.
6Free: Microsoft’s Yammer App for Social Networking
Microsoft’s Yammer application provides easy social networking across Office 365. Any company using Yammer in that capacity should try out the dedicated free app designed by Microsoft. The app lets users access the enterprise social network’s newsfeed, talk to fellow employees and more. It’s loaded with all of the Yammer features users would expect to find.
7Paid: CalendarPro Offers Useful Calendar Features
CalendarPro is a full-featured app that lets users add scheduling information to their Windows device. From there, they can see all of the upcoming tasks and even pin appointments to the Start screen. Another handy feature, the $1.99 Calendar Pro can live as one of the home screen’s tiles for easy access.
8Free: Add Security With RSA SecurID
9Paid: Business Trip Helps You Plan Your Trips
The $1.99 Business Trip app helps users keep track of their business trips. Not only does the app enable users to plan their trips and itineraries, but it also includes a service for users to track their expenses while they’re actually on the trip, so their companies can easily reimburse them. Business Trip is a simple app, but it’s a useful one, nonetheless.
10Free: Get Contact Information Quickly With CamCard
CamCard is a free app that those who frequent business events should check out. With the app, users can take a snapshot of a business card and it will automatically upload that information into their contacts listing. The app also lets users add more detailed information about the person and includes support for e-card transfers between users with help from QR codes. It’s largely received rave reviews from business users.
11Paid: Live Tile Agenda Provides Quick Access to Itineraries
Live tiles are useful for those who want to quickly access certain data without too much hassle. Live Tile Agenda takes advantage of the live tiles by providing access to agendas, appointments and more. It is designed to complement what the built-in Calendar app in Windows 10 offers and adds a few extra features. Plus, it’s nicely affordable at 99 cents.