June 2, 2011 in Announcements (E)
[prMac.com] Cape Coral, Florida - A Leading Apple Evangelist Talks To I.Business. His Thoughts on how the iPhone and iPad will Impact Business Practices. A member of the marketing team that first introduced the Macintosh computer in 1984, Guy Kawasaki is one of the leading Apple evangelists. He is a Silicone Valley venture capitalist as a founding partner of Garage Technology Ventures. He is also the co-founder of Alltop, which is a website that displays the most popular topics that are currently on the web today.
Additionally, Guy is the author of ten books including Enchantment, Reality Check, and Rules for Revolutionaries. In the fifth issue of i.Business magazine that will be coming out in September of this year, Guy Kawasaki talks exclusively with i.Business magazine regarding how he thinks the integration of the iPhone and iPad will effect enterprise and businesses. As a former Apple insider he will give us expert insight into how the iPad and iPhone will improve current business practices as opposed to Blackberry, Windows and Andriod. We will be featuring the retail and publishing vertical markets as our articles and business success stories in the fifth issue as well. All Articles in the magazine are from experts and industry leaders.
i.Business Magazine is a publication that focuses solely on Apple solutions for business. Inside each edition, there will be exclusive interviews with industry experts from various vertical markets. Our mission is to showcase how Apple technology is benefiting the business market by changing or improving how business operations are done. i.Business magazine is available at all major North American bookstores such as Chapters & Indigo, Borders, Barnes & Noble, and Hudson news, in addition to retailers such as Walmart and Safeway. i.Business magazine is also available online at Zinio, Barnes & Noble online, Amazon, and the iTunes App store with downloads that are compatible with iPhone and iPad. Copyright (C) 2011 i.Business Magazine. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.