Archive for November, 2013
It is expected that by 2014, more people will connect to the internet via mobile devices and smartphones than traditional desktop computers. With that said, more and more businesses use mobile devices, and many businesses implement bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, systems in the workplace.
Smartphone sales are actually up 63 percent from 2010. In addition, mobile advertisement spending is expected to grow to a whopping $20.6 in 2015. Obviously, smartphones are filling an important niche in American society, as more and more people are using their mobile devices to do many things they used to do on desktop computers.
According to data compiled by the Pew Internet and American Life Project, roughly half of all adults in America use a smartphone. Sometimes, those adults have to bring their mobile device and
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If you work in the construction industry then you will already know how important safety clothing and equipment is. Having the best traffic safety apparel, like high visibility jackets and the most reflecting construction cones, is key to ensuring that people working on a construction site are as safe as they can possibly be. Here are a few facts that you need to know about safety clothing and equipment if you need to upgrade your current equipment.
Hard hats, bullard hard hats included, are typically 1.2 inches thick. This standard thickness is meant to protect an individuals head from falling objects, or slips and trips. Any less thick and they might not be able to protect construction workers from the more extreme accidents.
OSHA recommends that
Mobile device management, also known as MDM, including Android device management, is becoming more and more important in the workplace. Android device management is necessary as more companies embrace the BYOD or Bring Your Own Device model. This is where employees can bring and use their Android in the enterprise network or data systems. About 57 percent of tablet users, including those using Nexus products, say they use the tablets both at work and at home. And, global mobile traffic accounts for about 10 percent of all Internet traffic.
However, with this increase in the use of mobile devices comes a security threat.