Every week, I share the most interesting and useful tech articles that I’ve found over the past week. This week’s top articles focus on the top mobile apps, spreadsheet problems, HTML5, and more. I hope you find them useful:
HTML5 Cheat Sheets
HTML5 is coming, but…what does that mean? What new features does HTML5 bring? How can you use them in your web apps? If you’re wondering any of those questions, here are 3 very useful HTML5 cheat sheets that will help you out.
Top 25 iPhone and iPad apps for business
Tablets are finding their way into more and more businesses, with the iPad leading the way. If your company uses iPads for business, this list of apps may help you. On a related note, if your company wants to go one step further and build mobile apps, here’s a quick way to do it.
Can you trust your spreadsheets?
If your business relies on spreadsheets, this might be a little unsettling: According to research, 94% of spreadsheets contain errors. That’s even higher than past research, which put the number at 80%. At either rate, companies that rely on spreadsheets should take note.
Why IT shouldn’t buy into the subscription economy
As more and more cheap subscription-based software pops up, don’t be fooled by short term savings. Sure, the low monthly fee is enticing, but what does that equate to in 5 years? Does purchasing software with a larger up-front cost (and no monthly fees) actually make more sense in the long run?