The Gadgets I Can’t Live Without: Christopher Stark

— June 13, 2012

Christopher Stark has over 25 years of experience in all facets of enterprise IT, and founded Cetrom IT in 2001 to provide custom cloud and mobile computing solutions. Chris is a husband, father, licensed pilot, self-proclaimed computer geek and an avid golfer. He grew up in Washington, D.C., and lives there with his family today. Chris is an avid backyard storm chaser and his favorite non-mobile gadget is an advanced weather station in his home that downloads current weather information from the Internet and obtains hyper-local weather conditions from sensors placed outside his home.

The Keeper
iPhone 4S
After years of BlackBerry and a very brief foray into Android, I've found the iPhone to be the keeper. The best apps, the best feel, the best screen. No one is paying me to say these things.

Errors Not an Option
Flightdeck Freedom Mobile on iPad
This crucial application runs on my iPad when I'm piloting my personal plane. It complements my in-flight systems to check the weather and to set my course.

A Serious Tool
iPad 2
Esthetically, it can't be beat. The same iOS capabilities I'm used to with my iPhone, only bigger and better - especially for complex tasks. It just works.

Music Lover
Shazam App
I'm a big music fan, and I'm constantly "Shazaming" songs to build my music library.


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