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    I am a healthcare administrator interested in being productive. I believe that the combination of a tablet (iPad Air 32GB) and a smartphone (iPhone 5 in my case) can drastically improve how we do work without adding too much complexity. The “how” of accomplishing this productivity is the focus of this blog. Here are just a few of the topics I hope to cover. Even though I use iOS devices currently I am in no way totally tied to Apple. I have used a Surface 2 for an extended time and am currently considering replacing my HP laptop with a Surface at some point, so keep reading to find out when this happens. Heck, I may even write a post some day on getting efficient with a Kindle Fire HD given that my daughter just got one for her birthday awhile back.

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    Evernote Scannable, the killer app

    By Chris Lee / February 28, 2015

    Evernote Scannable, the Killer App Evernote is central to many of my productivity processes and I continue to find new ways to leverage it for business and for personal uses. I have used many scanning apps to get information into Evernote with my iPad and iPhone. There are many apps that work great for scanning […]

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    How to work with PDFs on your iPad

    By Chris Lee / February 22, 2015

    PDF handling is one of the more productive capabilities of the iPad. Many PDF functions done on a computer are sometimes more efficient on the iPad. Some of the major PDF functions include Creating, Annotating, Combining, Scanning and Text capture. There is no one application that accomplish all of these functions well, but with a […]

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    5 ways to speed up a slow iPad

    By Chris Lee / February 17, 2015

    Even the newest of iPads can get slow from time to time. But, with a little bit of work you can make some dramatic improvements to the snappiness of your iPad. Follow some or all of the steps listed below to make your iPad (and iPhone) feel like new again. 1. iOS7 added some cool […]

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    Seven reasons to choose Microsoft Onenote instead of Evernote

    By Chris Lee / February 14, 2015

      I love Evernote, in fact I credit my Evernote productivity journey on the iPad as being a big reason for my blog’s growth over the years. I even published an ebook focused on leveraging Evernote on the iPad. But, the sad reality is that many corporate executives can not use Evernote to organize their […]

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    REVIEW: nimblstand iPad easel for increased productivity

    By Chris Lee / December 21, 2014

    Nimblstand iPad easel There are many products on the market that seek the make the iPad more productive and laptop-like. I have owned four different iPad/keyboard cases over the years with varied success. Some of them have been retured, some have worn out and my current Zagg Folio seems to be working reliably. However, even […]

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    Workflow, a new app to automate tasks on the iPad and iPhone

    By Chris Lee / December 14, 2014

    Automation on the iPad I have been playing with automation on the iPad as long as their have been apps created with automation in mind. Given that an iPad is not a PC, either Mac or Windows; the iPad has always had limitations from a workflow perspective. Automation of simple and sometimes complicated tasks has […]

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    Virtualization, the key to unencumbered iPad productivity?

    By Chris Lee / November 22, 2014

    Photo courtesy of https://www.flickr.com/photos/bike/ Technology called Virtualization Ever wonder whether it is possible to leave the laptop at work or access all of your work applications from your iPad? For some it is absolutely possible to run any Windows-based application including Microsoft Outlook on an iPad using technology called virtualization. Many organizations have made the […]

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    Office on the iPad + Dropbox = Flexibility!

    By Chris Lee / November 12, 2014

    Well, Microsoft went ahead and did it, they connected another cloud service to Microsoft Office for the iPad, Dropbox! I am still a little shocked; Dropbox + Office definitely changes things. I have written extensively about Office on the iPad and I continue to be a heavy user since it was first released last spring. […]

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    Exporting formatted notes from Drafts 4 to Evernote on your iPad

    By Chris Lee / November 1, 2014

    Other than email, the app I use most is Drafts. I have been using Drafts to document meetings and notes for well over two years. I added automated task processing with TaskClone back at the end of 2013 and have not looked back. So, when I heard about the new update to Drafts, I was […]

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    REVIEW: OmniFocus 2 for the iPad

    By Chris Lee / October 12, 2014

    New OmniFocus 2 for the iPad I took the plunge, I invested in the new OmniFocus 2 for the iPad. I’ve written extensively about how I’m using Trello for my personal task manager and at work for project management. And I have also written extensively about how I’ve used OmniFocus as well. I originally stopped […]

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