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How a Data Monitoring App Can Help Save You Money

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mobile computing imageWhile many people these days have a data plan for their cell phone and electronic devices, most of those people are subject to limitations. If they go over their data limit, they may have their speeds lowered, lose access to the internet entirely, or be subjected to additional fees.

Unfortunately, keeping track of your data usage can be a challenge. People often use massive amounts of data in an instant, and don’t realize that it’s happened until it’s too late. This can be a major source of frustration, and can cause numerous financial troubles.

Thankfully, there’s a simple solution to this problem: a data monitoring app. The right app will allow you to keep track of your data usage, and will let you know when you’re close to reaching your limit. Some apps even alert you when you’re using large amounts of data so that you can adjust your usage accordingly.

Some apps will help you to find other apps that are draining your data without you realizing it. You can then remove those apps from your phone, which will make it far easier for you to keep track of your data usage going forward.

Other apps will let you track your data usage over time. You can use this information to see when your data usage spikes, allowing you to make changes to the ways you access the internet on your phone. Every time you remove an app, you can check your charts to see if the problem has resolved.

If your primary concern is being hit with overage fees, you may want to consider buying an app that will automatically turn off your data plan if your limit has been reached. This way, if you do go over the limit, you won’t see your bill rise.

While you may have to pay for a data monitoring app, you may also be able to get one for free. Numerous cell phone providers are starting to offer their own apps after receiving complaints from customers. This apps are available at no charge, and tend to work very well.

There are also several free apps available in both the Android and iOS stores. In most cases, these free apps are limited versions of paid apps. While they won’t offer all the features that their paid counterparts do, they will allow you to sample an app before spending money on it.

It’s also a good idea to read app reviews before you make a purchase. Sometimes, an app has a high overall rating even though it has numerous negative reviews. Take a look at the store reviews and make sure that the feedback is positive.

With the right app at your disposal, you’ll never go over your data limit again. You’ll be able to avoid being hit with extra fees, and you’ll be able to enjoy all of the additional features that your app offers. These apps are incredibly helpful, and once you start using them, you won’t want to stop.

Written by Webclimb

January 15th, 2015 at 1:49 pm

Posted in Mobile Apps

Corporate Event Planning Tips

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event planning picAre you tasked with having to plan a corporate event soon? If so, you are likely going to want it to run as smoothly as possible. Below we will discuss some of the best corporate event planning tips that you should implement for your next event.

Corporate Event Planning Tips:

1. Plan Ahead.

It is wise to always try to plan ahead when you are planning on corporate event. If you need to secure a special venue, you are going to want to do so first thing. The lack of planning ahead could result in having to settle for a specific venue or place.

2. Budget.

Always – repeat – always come up with a budget that you are going to stick to. Nothing is worse than planning an event, only to find out that you went significantly over budget. It is always advised to leave some room in your budget for overruns and mistakes. That way, you know that you are covered in the event that something goes wrong.

3. Scan Contracts and Agreements.

If you sign contracts and agreements with service providers, you need to scan them in and keep copies of them. This will protect you in the event that one of the service providers messes up or tries to over charge you.

4. Invitations.

Be sure that you send out your invitations ahead of time with enough leeway that people will be able to properly RSVP for the event. This way, you will have a proper head count and know exactly how many people to prepare for.

5. Music.

If you are planning a corporate event, do not make the mistake of hiring a huge music company. It is important to keep the music mellow and more so like background music than in your face type of music. Corporate events are more social gatherings than they are ‘parties.’

6. Emergency Contingency Plans.

Whenever planning any type of event, it is important that you make emergency plans in case anything goes wrong. Plan for potential natural disasters, illness, poor weather, etc.

7. Delegate Tasks.

The fact is, corporate event planning can be difficult and time consuming. You may be better off delegating minor tasks to others to help you take a more ‘project management’ type of approach. You do not want to get caught up in all of the little things. You will be better off delegating the small tasks and keeping your eye on the bigger picture.

8. Transportation.

One of the biggest things that project planners forget to take into account is the transportation both; to and from the event. It is essential that you take these considerations into account in order to effective plan a flawless event. See whether or not people will have space for parking, or if other arrangements have to be made. Believe it or not, but transportation can literally turn a successful event plan into an unsuccessful one very quickly. This should be a key thing to do before you finalize your planning process.

As you can see, there are a ton of things that you need to consider when planning an event like this. It is important that you really focus on the planning stages and come up with a solid budget that you can stick to throughout the process. It is also important to have contingency plans in case anything goes wrong. Also, be sure to protect yourself the best way possible by keeping all of your signed contracts handy. And lastly, you will want to take more of a project management approach and delegate tasks accordingly.

Written by Webclimb

January 13th, 2015 at 9:53 am

Posted in Business