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Saturday, January 26, 2013

How to Communicate-Going Mobile

The world of technology has changes drastically! It is continuing to change and change with speed.
We don’t connect with people the old way anymore. That was through writing letters mailing them by using a postage stamp, physically going to someone’s house and visiting them. Connecting with people that way is long gone. When it comes to using technology it will make a big difference.

In this 21st century knowing how to communicate will make the difference how you build your relationships with family, business partners, friends, and things you just want to know about. The BUZZ word is GOING MOBILE! There are key points that need to be known about the technology of mobile devices.

  • Mobile technology can streamline many facets of customer company interactions.

  •   Insurers often buy wireless devices for the wrong reasons and deploy them ineffectively to the work force.
  •   Smart purchasing realistic goals and obtaining buy-in from top to bottom will result in a smooth transition to mobile solutions. 

Wireless technology tools can free many agents and the work force to work away from the office. The magic is to using a mobile device 

For those of us who are not up to speed with technology there is the question asked what is a mobile device?  There are many types of technology that can be classified as “mobile technology” as they have the portable and movable features and also implicate a “personal” as opposed to “shared” context to use. 

Types of mobile devices:
  •  Mobile phones
  •   Smartphone’s
  •   Handheld Computers
  •   Game Consoles
  • Personal Media Players
*A smartphone is a high-end mobile phone that combines the functions of a personal digital assistant and a mobile phone. They can also serve as a portable media players and camera phone with high resolution, touchscreens, web browsers that can access and properly display standard web pages.

However, some definitions don’t include laptop computers, or tablet computers (such as the iPad,) and some do.

Owning any of the devices will lead you into how to communicate with it. The devices are equipped to be user friendly (easy to use) to access anything that you want to do. They come with all kinds of applications (apps) to make your work easy and satisfying. With an internet connection for your device you will be able to have complete access for what you need to research. Learning your device can be challenging but at the end of the day it is worth it. The ease, convenience, and the amount of productivity that you will be able to do will excite you to no end. 

Going Mobile is the world to be in!

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