For all the allure of these mobile platforms, though, they’re prone to the same security issues as desktop and notebooks. You’ll never eliminate all of the potential risks, but you can minimize the threats. Simple measures can give you peace of mind.
In the technology world, each new year kicks off not on Jan. 1, but with CES, the Consumer Electronics Show. The largest American trade show of its kind, the yearly event sets the tone for what you can look forward to for tools you rely on in your real estate career.
You are probably familiar with Google Maps and Google Earth. But did you know that there are legal limits to use of these Google products for marketing, and that a superior mapping product is available in Google Earth Pro?
Mobile apps should be your best friend. With new applications constantly hitting the market, however, it can be a challenge to stay up-to-date with what’s available and what will best help you in your real estate business.
Brokerage management software can help streamline operations, increase efficiency, and improve profitability for a real estate office. Here are some product options and what to consider before purchasing.
For several years now, blogging has topped the list of recommendations every Web savvy real estate professional should be doing to market services and establish expertise on the Web. Fact is, running a successful real estate blog is much easier said than done.
Technology is so interwoven into the real estate business that keeping up with new product introductions and services is necessary to stay competitive and efficient. Here’s an overview of key products and solutions to help you make those dollars stretch in 2009.