Mobileme for Small Business Portable Genius
The Genius is in.
You don't have to be a genius to use MobileMe for your small business. But if you want to get the very most out of it, put this savvy Portable Genius guide to work. Want to see all that MobileMe can do to help you grow your small business? Learn how to set up MobileMe accounts for your employees? Synchronize calendars and business contacts to keep you connected with your colleagues and clients? Publish a company Web site with a click? You'll find cool and useful Genius tips, full-color screenshots, and pages of easy-to-access shortcuts and tools that will save you loads of time so you can make your business succeed.
Fun, hip, and straightforward, the new Portable Genius series gives forward-thinking Apple users useful information in handy, compact books that are easy to navigate and don't skimp on the essentials. Collect the whole series and make the most of your Apple digital lifestyle.
Brad Miser has written more than 30 books on various technology topics, including Teach Yourself Visually MacBook, MacBook Pro Portable Genius, My iPhone, Teach Yourself Visually MacBook Air, and MacBook Portable Genius. He has been a coauthor, development editor, or technical editor on more than 50 other titles.
Table of Contents
How Can MobileMe Benefit My Business?
How Do I Set Up MobileMe for My Business?
How Can I Synchronize Information Using MobileMe?
How Can I Get the Most Out of MobileMe iDisks?
How Can I Take Advantage of MobileMe Chat Features?
How Can I Use MobileMe to Publish a Company Web Site?
How Do I Use the MobileMe Email Web Application?
What Can I Do with the MobileMe Web Contacts Web Application?
How Can I Use MobileMe’s Calendar Web Application?
How Can I Use the MobileMe to Display Images on the Web?
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