The iPad isn’t just a hot new consumer device, it’s also an increasingly popular tool for business. Each week we take a look at the new or updated business apps for the iPad, and highlight trends in how tablets are being used in the enterprise.This week we look at a new presentation app, a new project management app and the new version of Google Plus for iOS.Presentation LinkPresentation Link makes it possible for multiple people to view the same presentation on different iPads. Instead of giving an overhead presentation, participants can follow along on their own iPads. It also supports VGA and HDMI output so that you can present to external monitors or projects as well. You can either sync with Dropbox or access presentations via e-mail. It reminds me of Conference Pad, which we covered here.For more presentation apps for the iPad, check out our round-up.MAPM Project Manager Before this week, the Google Plus iOS app was unable to run on the iPad. this week’s update changed that, and brought additional fixes. However, you’ll still be stuck using it in an iPhone sized version on the iPad. Our Jon Mitchell writes that he still prefers the mobile Web version on the iPad to the iPhone-sized experience. Related Posts Tags:#enterprise#mobile MAPM Project Manager is a project management app for iOS that focuses on requirements gathering and planning.For more project management apps for the iPad, check our list.Google Plus for iPad klint finley Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… IT + Project Management: A Love Affair 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Now Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo…
Related postsLytics now integrates with Google Marketing Platform to enable customer data-informed campaigns14th December 2019The California Consumer Privacy Act goes live in a few short weeks — Are you ready?14th December 2019ML 2019121313th December 2019Global email benchmark report finds email isn’t dead – it’s essential13th December 20192019 benchmark report: brand vs. non-brand traffic in Google Shopping12th December 2019Keep your LinkedIn advertising strategy focused in 202012th December 2019 Posted on 17th November 2018Digital Marketing FacebookshareTwittertweetGoogle+share HomeDigital MarketingMarketing Day: Pinterest retailer partnerships, the smart speaker market, Facebook Ads Here’s our recap of what happened in online marketing today, as reported on Marketing Land and other places across the web.From Marketing Land:Pinterest partnerships with name brands and Etsy focus on a personalized holiday strategyNov 16, 2018 by Amy GesenhuesThis holiday season, the social media platform has developed special gift-finding tools exclusively for Macy’s, Lowe’s, Kohl’s and Etsy.PureCars launches an attribution platform just for car dealershipsNov 16, 2018 by Barry LevineThe auto dealer-focused online marketing platform says this new solution is the first to solve dealers’ unique problem of attribution.Unlock multi-touch attribution with CRM campaign trackingNov 16, 2018 by Heather CooanIf you’re using a CRM to house leads then you likely have the campaign tracking tools for middle funnel activity even if you have an offline transaction point.Analyst: Amazon Echo owns 75 percent of global smart speaker marketNov 16, 2018 by Greg SterlingGoogle had beaten Amazon in device shipments in the previous two quarters.Driving sales and profits with Facebook AdsNov 16, 2018 by Joe MartinezThis SMX East session recap about Facebook advertising covers not only on how to properly attribute the value of your ads, but how it can also be a place to find some winning B2B strategies.Recent Headlines From MarTech Today, Our Sister Site Dedicated To Marketing Technology:Group of ad associations defends current U.S. data privacy regulatory frameworkNov 16, 2018 by Robin KurzerThe coalition says that ‘reasonable data practices should be expressly permitted and encouraged.’Online Marketing News From Around The Web:Amazon Web Services rolls out new security feature to prevent accidental S3 data leaks, ZDNetGoogle Cloud CEO Greene being replaced by former Oracle exec Kurian, CNBCHas Account-Based Marketing Made Sales Development Reps Obsolete?, CMS WireHow brands can lean into the right moments in 2019 , Think with GoogleHow to Create Engaging Posts to Keep Your Business Top of Mind, Facebook BusinessOnline fraud attempts forecasted to peak on Thanksgiving Day, Retail DiveReshaping Product Data for Cross-Border Ecommerce, Multichannel MerchantScaled Ad Platforms Vs. Smaller Custom Solutions: How To Strike The Right Balance, AdExchangerThe Automated Agency: Taking Care of Business in Marketing’s New Age, MarketoThe post Marketing Day: Pinterest retailer partnerships, the smart speaker market, Facebook Ads appeared first on Marketing Land.From our sponsors: Marketing Day: Pinterest retailer partnerships, the smart speaker market, Facebook Ads Marketing Day: Pinterest retailer partnerships, the smart speaker market, Facebook AdsYou are here:
The fields have been freshly mowed and marked, the sun is shining and the managers have been briefed. Everything is set to go for the 2006 National Touch League!Touch Football Australia tournament officials are anticipating the start of competition, with games expected to be some of the closest and tightly fought in NTL history.Team players and officials will be even more eager to make a final with Finals Day on Monday being filmed for showing on Fox Sports in April. (For dates and times see the TFA website.) The atmosphere will be even more electric than usual, with special grandstands being built at either end of the main field, allowing spectators to watch the finals from on the field, for the first time ever. The tournament will officially open tomorrow at 11am, with the Opening Ceremony including an official welcome to the players, officials and spectators by Coffs Harbour Councillor Bill Palmer.Another highlight of the ceremony will be a special presentation to the Australian Open team Captains, after their recent victory at the All Nations Championships in New Zealand. Stay tuned to the TFA website for all the news and results from the 2006 NTL.
Known for his Emmy-winning roles playing curmudgeons, ranging from Lou Grant on The Mary Tyler Moore Show to Carl in the Pixar film UP, actor Ed Asner’s true character is that of a philanthropist and loving father who shared his passion for comic books with his children.Earlier this year, the legendary actor and founders Matt and Navah Asner opened The Ed Asner Family Center, to offer a host of programs, classes and therapy dedicated to promoting self-confidence in differently abled individuals. They plan to open in their new location in November.On Oct. 17, Heritage Auctions is hosting The Ed Asner Family Center Original Comic Art Charity Auction at HA.com/Asner. Today’s leading comic book artists, including Kevin Nowlan, Alex Ross, Jim Lee and more, have donated high-profile work for the online auction.“The Asner family have always been comic book fans,” said Matt Asner, Ed Asner’s son and President of The Ed Asner Family Center. “We thought, ‘What can we do to raise the eyebrows of people and highlight creativity?’ We are incredibly excited about doing an original art sale. The Ed Asner Center represents unleashing creativity, and what better way of illustrating this than the world of comics?”Matt Asner said the core values and programming of the Center are based around creation of an environment that shows the limitless potential of children with different levels of ability, including autism, Down syndrome and developmental delays. “The arts are so important for instilling self confidence in people,” he said.Matt Asner still remembers his father taking him to newsstands and bookstores while his father was a star on The Mary Tyler Moore Show. “I still remember the first comic book my father ever bought me,” Matt Asner said. “It was an Avengers reprint from 1970. He sees the great, creative atmosphere around comics. He gets it. He saw the creativity, the art and writing involved, and appreciated it.“We are honored to have 70 pieces of original art from some of the brightest stars in comics in this special auction that we feel could only be done through Heritage,” Asner adds.Artists donated both individual work and collaborations, including:Alex Ross; Adam Kubert, Tom Derenick, Danny Miki, Scott Hanna and Lary Stucker; Brent Anderson; Adam Hughes; Colleen Doran; Barry Crain; Dan Jurgens; Karine Charlebois; Cully Hamner; Eric Powell; Geof Darrow; Jerry Ordway; Jim Lee; Tom Raney and Scott Hanna; Jim Valentino and Steve Montano; José Luis García-López; Kelley Jones and Kevin Nowlan; John Cassaday; Mark Bagley and Andrew Hennessy; John Heebink and Aaron McClellan; Phil Hester; John Heebink and Fred Fredericks; Howard Chaykin; José Luis García-López; Lee Weeks; Karl Kesel; Denys Cowan and Bill Sienkiewicz; Michael Allred; Aaron Lopresti; Eduardo Risso; John Romita Jr.; Michael Cho; Barry Kitson; Bobby Rubio; Mike Hawthorne; Philip Tan; Steve Lieber, Mark McKenna and Robin Riggs; Mike Norton; Nicoletta Ceccoli; Ryan Sook; Ryan Stegman; Sandy Jarrell; Fernando Pasarin and Scott Hanna; Howard Porter and John Dell; Tom Everhart; Shawn Martinbrough; Adam Kubert; Sanford Greene; Sam Kieth; Jeff Parker; Tom Derenick; Mostafa Moussa; Danny Miki; Chris Samnee; Scott Hanna and Lary Stucker; Charles Schulz; Paul Pelletier and Sandra Hope; Bill Sienkiewicz; Igor Kordey and Scott Hanna; Paul Smith; Fabio Napoleoni; John Heebink and Don Hudson; Kelley Jones; Scot Eaton and Andrew Hennessy and Kevin Nowlan.“We are very thankful for the contributions of these artists and the time and friendship of Kevin Nowlan,” Matt Asner said. “Kevin was Superman, Batman and Doctor Strange on this project. We also wish to thank Albert Moy, Spencer Beck, Animazing Gallery and Kurt Busiek for their contributions, as well.”Select highlights include, Nowlan’s original cover art to Doctor Strange #19 (Marvel, 2017), the original cover art by Lee from Scooby Apocalypse #3 (DC, 2016) and variant cover original art by Cassaday for Captain America: Reborn #6 (Marvel, 2003), published in the popular six-issue series.Bidding opens Oct. 3 for The Ed Asner Family Center Original Comic Art Charity Auction and concludes Oct. 17 at HA.com/Asner. The Center also offers donors several giving levels and even explains how contributions support various programming. Donations may be made at EdAsnerFamilyCenter.org.
Jared Sullinger is undoubtedly the star of the Buckeyes. The freshman forward is a sure-fire top-five pick in the NBA draft, draws the ire — and spit — of opposing fans and, most notably, runs the Columbus karaoke scene with his renditions of Miley Cyrus songs. He accounts for almost a quarter of OSU’s offense, an offense that runs mostly through him, despite freshman forward Deshaun Thomas’ best efforts. Yet, if the Buckeyes want to win a National Championship, it will hinge on the efforts of soft-spoken junior guard William Buford. His importance to the team was even more apparent in OSU’s two losses. Buford ignited his squad in the first and early second half of the game at Wisconsin. However, he disappeared at the end. OSU coach Thad Matta even said Buford, at the end of the game, lacked the same kind of aggressiveness he showed earlier. Against Purdue, he picked up two early fouls that knocked him out of rhythm. Still, in a game like that, he can’t take just five shots. When all else fails, like it did against Purdue for long stretches, the team needs Buford because he is the only one who can create his own shot off the dribble. College basketball — and really basketball, in general — is dominated by guard play. Of the past 20 players to win the NCAA Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player award, only five of them were primarily post players. Naturally, some of that is because of the overall lack of size in college basketball, as most tall and talented players go to the NBA after one year. That’s what makes a team like Ohio State, with a dominant post player, so tough to guard. Sullinger can only go as far as the rest of his team takes him. That’s where Buford comes in. Sure, fifth-year senior forward David Lighty has the ability to take over, but his jump shot isn’t consistent enough. Senior guard Jon Diebler is only a spot-up shooter, and freshman point guard Aaron Craft serves more as a facilitator, with most of his points coming in transition. We have seen Buford dominate in stretches of games this season, more thoroughly than ever before. His ball-handling skills have improved light-years beyond where they were even a year ago. At times, though, when he’s not the primary ball handler, and with Craft on the floor, he seems to be more passive. When Matta last had a dominant post player, Greg Oden, he took his team to the Final Four. That 2006–07 team’s run was aided by dominant guard play. Guard Ron Lewis hit the game-saving shot against Xavier, and also had big games against Tennessee and Memphis. Point guard Mike Conley Jr. and guard Jamar Butler were also key contributors. Sullinger is more naturally gifted on offense than Oden, and does a better job of staying out of foul trouble. Yet, for as tough as he is on the blocks, he can’t do it alone through a rigorous March and, possibly, April. If the Buckeyes want their “one shining moment,” as national champions, No. 44 fulfills an equally important role in getting them there.
Zinedine Zidane has refuted suggestions that Liverpool are more “hungry” than Real Madrid are for glory in this weekend’s Champions League finalLos Blancos are aiming to win the competition for what will be the fourth time for the past five seasons and are hoping to lift the trophy once more in order to save their campaign after their struggles domestically.Report: Origi cause Klopp injury concerns George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Divock Origi injury in today’s game against Newcastle is a cause for concern for Jurgen Klopp.Perhaps with one eye on Tuesday’s trip to Italy…Previously Jurgen Klopp had mentioned how strong Liverpool’s desire is to win their first European title since 2005, but Zidane remains adamant that his side is fully motivated heading into Saturday’s final.“I can’t tell you about the opponent. I don’t know what they are. What I can say is that we will have the same desire as always. This club is what it is: the same enthusiasm, dedication and desire as always. And nobody can take that away or tell us that we are less hungry than others. No one. We are Madrid and this club is what it is. We always want more and we will give everything to try to do it in the best way,” said the Real boss, according to AS.
Mattia Caldara who is on the verge of joining Milan is ‘happy’ and ‘excited’ at the plan of forming a defensive partnership with Alessio Romagnoli.We had reported earlier that the 24-year-old has arrived in Milan in attempt to completing his transfer to the Rossoneri from Juventus. In a brief airport exchange with reporters, the former Atalanta loanee said he has already spoken to Diavolo Coach Gennaro Gattuso.“I’m happy to be here. I’ve already spoken to Gattuso and with some of my ex-teammates at Atalanta,” Caldara told reporters as quoted in Football Italia.“The number of my shirt? I still need to think about it.”Serie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….Caldara when finally signed to Milan will form a partnership with Romagnoli as they are widely seen as two of Italian football’s great young defenders.“Pairing up with Romagnoli will be exciting,” he added.The centre-back is currently undergoing medical at Milan’s Madonnina clinic before he will finally be officially unveiled as a Rossoneri player.He will be with Gonzalo Higuain in making the move from Turin to San Siro, with Leonardo Bonucci moving in the opposite direction.
The Reds footballer believes his team can have a perfect English Premier League season and lift the trophy in the summerLiverpool is currently sitting in the top of the English Premier League table with 54 points.The team has won 17 matches, drawing three times and has yet to lose a single game.They are the only EPL club which has remained undefeated.And for Reds footballer Dejan Lovren, his team can do what it takes to have a perfect season.Liverpool legend Nicol slams Harry Maguire’s Man United form Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Steve Nicol believes Harry Maguire has made some “horrendous mistakes” recently, and has failed to find his best form since joining Manchester United.“It’s not only December, I would say, it’s all the period we have played well,” he told the club’s official website.“Even sometimes when we didn’t play well, [like] against Everton, we had the luck, we had the belief and it came back to us again.”“The key, like I have said many times, is the defensive moments when we don’t have the ball and everyone is working so hard, up front especially,” he explained.“They are the first defenders and we are the last defenders. That’s the key for us.”
Jim McGhee, a member of the UofL athletic staff since 1977, has passed away.Mr. McGhee, as he was fondly referred to, spent the last 24 years as assistant athletic director for varsity sports and student life.He assisted with the operation of nearly all UofL varsity sports and had a number of additional duties. He operated the NCAA National Youth Sports Program, a summer program for at-risk boys and girls, for the athletic department for 20 years.”Jim was the definition of the true Cardinal Spirit. He was loyal, hard-working and a stickler for detail. One of the most organized and meticulous members of the athletic staff, he was 100 percent reliable, had a true servant’s heart and was a gentleman in every sense of the word. He will be sorely missed here at Cardinal Athletics,” said Kenny Klein, senior associate athletic director, who worked with Mr. McGhee for 36 years.McGhee joined the UofL athletic department in 1977 as assistant athletic trainer and football equipment manager. After nine years in that role, he became UofL’s equipment and facilities manager in 1986, a position he held until his most recent appointment.He worked four years as assistant athletic trainer at Harvard University (1973-77) and had a pair of two year stints as head athletic trainer and equipment manager at Texas Southern University (1971-73) and Mississippi Valley State University (1969-71).McGhee earned a bachelor’s degree in physical education and science at Mississippi Valley State in 1969 and a master’s degree in human movement and physical education at Boston University in 1975.He is survived by his wife Linda, son James McGhee Jr. (Kim), daughter Veronica Garner (Gregory) and six grandchildren.Visitation will be held on May 13 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. with the funeral following on May 14 at noon. Both will be held at Watson Memorial Baptist at 7217 Nachand Lane, Louisville, Ky., 40218.Print Friendly Version Story Links