Posts Tagged ‘Mobile’

What is your mobile strategy?

April 25, 2013 6 comments

According to Latha Maripuri, Director of IBM Mobile and Security Services, mobile technology has unquestionably changed how we interact in both our business and personal lives. In fact, mobile devices have quickly moved from a nice-to-have technology to a necessity for most of us.

But the integration of mobile within our lives doesn’t stop there. We’re using mobile technology in innovative ways and countless places across every industry. For example, doctors can track therapeutic effectiveness through remote monitoring apps, keeping them updated on patients even when neither is in the hospital. The examples are endless.

More here: Mapping Out the Top 4 Strategies for the Mobile Enterprise « A Smarter Planet Blog.


Connected devices in 2014

Interesting take on where the mobile world is heading. Seems pretty clear.

Connected Devices 2014

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How mobile friendly is your recruiting web site?

Here is an interesting trend to look at and get on top of. I must admit I hadn’t thought about it from a recruiting point of view. We live in a world that is increasingly mobile. We all need to think mobile first.iPhone & Intel Mobile Device Potential employees clearly are.

The study found that a healthy 19% of job seekers use their mobile devices for career-related purposes (and more than 50% of could imagine doing so), yet only 7% of employers have a mobile version of their career website and only 3% have a mobile job app.

Mobile Recruiting Is on the Rise

Mobile internet browsing takes off

September 11, 2012 1 comment

Mobile internet browsing continues to take off. It certainly highlights the need to make sure everything is mobile ready. Our internal data shows essentially the same trend.

In September 2012, mobile phones and tablets will for the first time be responsible for ten percent of internet browsing. For the calculation of usage development, Statista has taken figures from web analytics provider NetMarketShare. By the end of 2013, the share of mobile end devices will increase to over 17 percent.


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