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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Making High-Impact Presentations with the iPad/iPhone

According to data from SlideRocket, about one and ten presentations are viewed on a mobile device. And it looks like this is just the beginning.
Actually, making a presentation with a laptop seems passé. Why not use an iPad, which boots-up instantly and allows for easy navigation with the swipe of your finger? Or, if you are in an elevator and run into a VC, why not give a quick presentation with your iPhone?
Of course, SlideRocket is a top cloud application, which makes it extremely easy to develop mobile presentations. “Think of us as PowerPoint on steroids,” said Chuck Dietrich, who is the CEO.
With SlideRocket, you can integrate multimedia from Flickr and YouTube, as well as add surveys and Twitter feeds. There is even a back-end that has analytics (for example, did a VC spend a lot of time on the “Business Model” slide?)
And yes, SlideRocket is optimized for mobile devices, such as the iPhone and iPad. This is done through the use of a new technology called HTML5. Keep in mind that a presentation that looks good on a laptop may appear terrible on a mobile device.
Finally, because SlideRocket is in the cloud, it is possible to link slides to Google spreadsheets and other applications. “It takes little time to put together a presentation for my board of directors,” said Chuck. “There is no need to update the slides for the latest metrics on our business.”
Note:  Yesterday, VMware (NYSE: VMW) announced that it purchased SlideRocket.  The terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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