Ever more powerful hand-held devices are the rule, like it or not. Fortunately, technology itself can help us wade through the mass of technology available to us – we can tame the beast by riding the beast.

Conjungo explains in everyday terminology how to understand technologies and what they will help you accomplish on a business and personal level (versus a technical level). The discussions, reviews, and instructions are written in nontechnical and clear language to aid you in understanding what a type of technology is designed to do, what to ask vendors, whether it makes sense for you to acquire it, the value it can bring to you, and the pitfalls of employing it.

The book Techno II – Every Executive’s Guide to Understanding and Mastering Technology and the Internet, while designed for business professionals, also has keen insights for each of us on a personal level. The book offers insights and perspectives, tips and techniques, and case studies on how the Internet impacts business and commerce. As a result of reading it, you’ll gain a better understanding of this grand cyber revolution in progress.

Here are other tips to help you become more technologically savvy:

-- Whether you acquire an iPhone, Android, Blackberry, or something else, ownership in and of itself will prompt you to begin to learn some of the basic functions. Your children or grandchildren can easily help you in this regard. No need for you to teach yourself about the array of benefits, options and features. Someone in your family can walk you through the whole affair.

-- Apps are what make smart phones even smarter. More than 100,000 apps are available, so one can easily become overwhelmed. However, if you focus solely on the issues that matter to you, you can’t go wrong. Most apps are low or no cost, so if one in particular doesn’t work for you, then move on to the next. Once again, members of your family as well as friends can serve as guiding beacons.

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