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iPad at Work For Dummies by Galen Gruman

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Chapter 13

Messaging and Conferencing

In This Chapter

arrow Using the iPad’s built-in tools, FaceTime and Messages, for chats

arrow Conducting group meetings with GoToMeeting and WebEx

arrow Surveying collaboration tools to get beyond email overload

arrow Pulling together a confab with Google Hangouts and Microsoft Lync

arrow Making the (video) call with Skype

arrow Going old-school with AIM text chats

Although we tend to think of the iPhone as Apple’s communications device, the iPad makes a great communications device, especially when typing or video is involved, because the iPad’s larger screen makes both work better.

In this chapter, you learn how to use the iPad’s immediacy-oriented communications capabilities (messaging and conferencing) to have those direct, collaborative dialogs from your iPad, where the work you’re discussing is also likely to be.

Going Native with FaceTime and Messages

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