Organizations are investing on ICT (Information and Communications Technology) and it has improved the means of production in every small to big organizations by automating all the organizational activities. With advances in ICT, use of new and advanced technology such as mobile phone and smartphone at work is also increasing. The presence of computer and mobile devices are assisting employee with their daily task and increased the productivity overall. In the meantime, it has also allowed employee to goof off as a small recess. Organizations are starting to make guidelines regarding the allocation of internet on computer and mobile device so that time spent on personal business will not weaken time spent on company business.
Cell phones can also send a message out to anyone that has an office in a different building. The people that work at the front desk can easily send out paperwork to a client, instead of waiting for it to mail to their house. Making it a quick and efficient way for clients to fill out and bring the papers with them to the appointment. Cell phones have all the required information needed to get people going on a daily basis. They are being used as an alarm clock, virtual calendars, calculators, note talking, being able to track your health and being able to access the internet.
It is the process of mobilizing business applications and processes so that employees can take the business actions anytime, anywhere. Enterprise mobility also promises the organizations to improve efficiency and productivity of the organization. It empowers and engages employees in different ways. The growth of the mobile business applications creates the great opportunity for the EHS business leaders to improve their employee engagement and it equals the safety culture equation. How mobile apps helps in employee engagement When employees concentrate on safety they participate in all the actions in a meaningful way and they take responsibility for their personal safety as well as they share the responsibility with others.
This issue the writer addressed is about how employees not only have laptops and smartphones, they also have tablets, smart watches, fitness trackers and other Internet-enabled devices. With these Internet-enabled devices, employees can access companies’ networks and work data. The writer quotes others such as Jim Haviland, who is a chief strategy officer at VOX Mobile. Whom explains that companies can’t “ignore the crossover of personal mobile devices into work territory, especially when it comes to wearable tech. Rather than banning such devices from the office, employers will have to create a mature, realistic approach to data security and privacy.” (Fallon, 2015) He suggests that companies should create a company work policy outlining technology use, so that employees have a clear understanding.
To say that technology has improves the overall quality and effectiveness of healthcare is an understatement. Technology greatly benefits many aspects of our lives on a day to day basis and its impact on the healthcare industry is no different. Things like social media and especially the use of smartphones have allowed for advancements in healthcare because of the numerous benefits they offer us, when used properly and for the right reasons that is. The advancements in technology have allowed the medical field to develop and utilize tools such as electronic health records, allowed nurses and physicians alike to expedite patient information across different platforms (such as a smartphone), and fostered a noticeable rise in survival rates over
Technology is getting bigger and bigger each day. With the advance of smart phones, tablets, and laptops it’s become much easier for people to keep in contact with their social media. People can easily stay in touch with friends all the time on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram and by texting. Many people are taking advantage of that opportunity and that seems like people are becoming more sociable but actually it is making people less sociable. People are spending too much time on their phones instead of having a face to face conversation.
In this modern day, almost everyone has a smartphone and people with smartphones want to access information at any point of time. Google works on new technologies that offer new solutions for mobile services that help users all over the world to do any number of tasks on their phone.1 6. You can make money without doing
By using smartphone, people can surf on the internet easily. So they can gain news from social websites conveniently. Twitter has become a convenient, cheap and effective beat for journalists in search of news (Marcel & Todd, 2013).To judge whether the news is good or not, freshness is an important factor. When event happens, people who know the truth put the news on some social websites immediately. It does not take any time for them to edit.
Everyone has their own mobile phones whether or not the quality of everyone’s phone is the same. Nowadays mobile phones aren’t only used for calling and texting, but it comes with plenty of features. Features such as digital camera, bluetooth, music, and internet access. The mobile phone is so advanced it almost has the function of a computer/laptop. The big and obvious advantage of mobile phones is that people are able to communicate with their friends, family members and coworkers easily (Kingston, Keith).