iPhone 4G Collaboration Apps

Jun 2, 2010

As the iPhone 4G launch looms, here are 7 apps that are most likely to provide advanced business collaboration capabilities as soon as they’re upgraded with iPhone OS 4 features.

Skype for iPhone

With a front-facing camera, this is an obvious choice, but there’s more – Skype today announced the launch of the new version of its iPhone application. Available to download from the Apple App Store today, this update allows iPhone users to make and receive Skype-to-Skype calls, and to call mobiles and landlines around the world at very low rates for the first time over their 3G data connection. (Free until the end of 2010)


Cisco WebEx Meetings

With 4G speeds and a front-facing camera, look for this app to include iPhone-based screen and video sharing to emerge. (App Free, Service $$$)


AT&T Connect Mobile

Integrated whiteboard, simplified meeting dialup services, interactive participant list and many more features make this one to watch. Version 1.0 was okay, 2.0 was a dramatic improvement, and I have a hunch we’ll see some great additions to v3.0 due out later this summer. (Free)


Box for iPhone and iPad

When teams have documents at their fingertips they perform better. On average, enterprise information workers spend more than 25% of their workdays just trying to find the information they need to do their jobs. Collaboration performance can be chopped to shreds if documents aren’t readily available for a meeting. A well-implemented Box.net sharing and collaboration strategy can enhance your teams’ performance and the Box iPhone app is ideal for this. ($$)


Docs To Go Premium

Seamless integration with Google Docs and Box.net makes this a no-brainer. In a world dominated by Microsoft Office, teams must be able to work on common turf and this app delivers. ($$$)


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