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Why Cell Phones Are Becoming Less Phone and More Communication

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Many of us still refer to the pocket-sized devices we use as cell phones or smartphones. The name suggests that the fundamental purpose of the device is to make calls. However, it would seem that making calls is a secondary functionality behind the digital connectivity of these ubiquitous handheld devices. Recognize the Changes in Phone Usage The largest cellular phone …

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How Mobile Technology Impacts the HR Industry

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We use mobile devices for nearly everything, from shopping and researching to scheduling our daily lives. In fact, more than 85 percent of U.S. Millennials own a smartphone and use it frequently throughout the day. Businesses are already optimizing their use of mobile technology to reach their customers, and to make their employees work lives more efficient, but there’s one …

Collaboration and Communication Drive Mobile Workers and Global Business

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For most companies, business is no longer restricted to a single time zone. In fact, it is common for even small companies to have some type of global footprint, be it a global support team for technological issues or an overseas manufacturing plant. Even when a company’s operations aren’t global, it’s extremely common that they have clients around the world. …