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Nerd Alert: Thoughts on Unplugging from a Smartphone Addict

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It may come as no surprise to you that I’m a wee bit addicted to my smartphone (not sure what gave it away). As much as I love staying tapped in and up-to-date on the latest tech, entertainment, gaming, sports or business news, I’m as guilty as anyone of being too tapped in, to the point of getting sucked in. …

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Your New Conference Phone: Audio Conferencing in the Age of the Tablet

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Walk by any conference room in your organization and odds are there’s a conference phone in the middle of the table. They’ve become symbols of workplace collaboration and communication. But as the proliferation of mobile devices continues to rise, they’ve also come to symbolize the old-school methods of audio conferencing; today, in the age of the tablet, it’s not uncommon …

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Looking to increase employee productivity? It’s all about the smartphone

In today’s business environment many companies have become accustomed to the notion of having to do more with less.  Business leaders are constantly looking for ways to increase employee efficiency as well as productivity.  Providing employees with smartphones can be a cost effective way to accomplish this tough task. If  your company has been debating whether or not to provide …

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Doing Business in a Mobile-First World

Mobility is the fastest growing technology trend, ever. Adoption of mobile technology in the last decade has been twice as fast as Internet adoption in the 90s and three times faster than social networking adoption in the 2000s. Technology giants like Google, Apple and Microsoft are pushing full-steam ahead into the mobile space, pouring development and advertising dollars into tablets, …

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GlobalMeet for Android Brings Effortless Conferencing to Your Favorite Smartphone

Earlier this year, Google hosted Google I/O, its annual developer conference where it typically debuts new versions of its various products. On display this year were new versions of Google Maps, conversational search capabilities and a completely revamped Google+ experience. However, also of note were the numbers: Google confirmed that there have been 900 million Android™ activations to date. By …

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The Road to Instant Collaboration: Connect Me, Auto-Connect and the Death of the Passcode

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Take a moment and think about all of the things you could do, right this very second, with a single tap on that smartphone in your pocket. You can see what all of your friends are doing, right now, in real-time. You can send a message to anyone you know, anywhere in the world. You can video chat with someone. …

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Top 7 Must-Haves for the Mobile Worker

The number of mobile and remote workers is increasing every day, though quantifying exactly how many people work from home is impossible. Are you officially a teleworker if you work from home occasionally—say, once a week—or must you commit to a daily practice? According to the Telework Research Network, 40% of U.S. employees (approximately 50 million) hold jobs that that …

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Smartphone Etiquette for the Workplace

We were all sitting around a table in our Executive Vice President’s office when a brilliant idea was shared. Immediately hands flew to their iPhones, and fingers began typing documents and emails. No one wanted to wait till we were back in our cubicles and in front of our laptops to log the idea; we had our easiest tool for …

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How Mobility can Literally Save your Life

A plate of California rolls had just arrived at our table when we heard the sirens begin to wail: the tornados were coming for us. Not wanting to leave our canine companion in harm’s way at home, my boyfriend and I decided to leave the restaurant and drive back to our neighborhood despite the oncoming storm. We made it into …

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