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Smartphone

Mobile Access Privacy Concerns

Increasing numbers of clinicians and patients are accessing healthcare informatics systems, including personal health records (Bricon-Souf & Conchon, 2015). As such, these informatics systems need to be understood in terms of both their advantages and disadvantages to clinical practice. One use of healthcare informatics that I have experienced personally is...

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Data Security: How Secure Are Mobile Applications

Data security has become a priority issue in the current contemporary world amidst the realization in the enhancement of Information Technology (Huang et al., 2011). Precisely, the increase in the use of cell phones has triggered immense security questions on whether run off cell towers are secure or not. The...

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Wireless and Mobile Device Security

There has been a systematic significant evolution in the world of wireless and mobile network with groups of individuals and firms relying on the networks for their daily undertakings (Regan, 2013). The increase in the dependency of wireless and mobile networks requires that people and companies should be educated about...

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Sociological Perspective on Mobile Phones

Sociology can be explained as a social science that studies the ways in which we understand the social changes occurring in our world (Berkman, Kawachi & Glymour, 2014, p. 8). Youth today consider mobile phones to be a necessary part of their daily lives. General population regards their mobile phones...

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Mobile and Social Computing

Many companies, large and small, have realized the value of the internet and established websites to make their presence known. However, over the past few years, most of them have noted that a website is not enough due to the introduction of powerful computing mobile devices. Therefore, to grow and...

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Are Mobile Phones Safe To Use?

The contemporary society is operating in techno era where mobile phones are assumed to be such an essential tool in people's life. A single channeled, but a two-way radio device that is low in power referred to as cell phone has gained significant importance (Thaijiam et al. 1). They are...

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Mobile Service Data Objects

Mobile service data objects are technologies that allow access to heterogeneous data in uniform ways (Rouse, 2007). It allows for the access and manipulation of data from sources such as web services, rational databases, and XML documents. Some of the useful features of service data objects include providing metadata API, integrating...

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Wireless and Mobile Technologies

Wireless technologies are techniques whose operations do not need physical connection with wires or optical fibers. They include Wide Area Network (WAN) which provides connections to the internet and Local Area Networks (LAN) which link up devices such as computers, printers, and keyboards to each other. Mobile technology, on the...

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Macy’s Mobile App Evaluation

Macy’s is a mass merchandiser and department store, one of the nation’s premier retailers and known as a pioneer in the retail industry. Despite troubled beginnings in 1858, Rowland Hussey Macy launched the company and within its first year grossed nearly $100,000 in sales. Macy’s has been credited with several...

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Samsung Galaxy Search

While evaluating the position of a product in the market, one often looks for in in the Google search though the system, which is primarily influenced by Google Search. In fact, given the vast amount of products produced by Samsung, a Google search might not primarily reflect cell phones during...

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Samsung – Unit 8 Final

Introduction The purpose of this report is to provide a corporate policy for Samsung in order to foster creative thinking. The first section discusses the organization, focusing on reiterating the overarching goals of the company. The second section identifies the target audience for the policy. The actual policy is described...

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Remote Mobile Phone Contact and Prosocial Behavior in College Students

Research has shown that mobile phone conversations people have with close others fulfills the need for social affiliation which lowers concern for others and decreases helping behavior (Abraham, Pocheptsova, & Ferraro, 2012). It has not been determined however, if mobile phone conversations with remote others that are not known by...

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Germany and Siemens

Negotiations with suppliers of Siemens’ products require a keen exploration of the options suppliers have in gaining power and reducing the risks the current negotiations. According to Spangler (2012), negotiators may spend much time in gaining more power at the bargaining table. In most cases, bargainers would spend more time...

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The Problems with New Social Technologies

I remember very clearly the first time that I thought maybe smartphones and Facebook aren’t good things for us. I was having dinner with an acquaintance of mine, and I thought he was a very interesting person and would be good to get to know. He had a lot of...

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New Mobile Technology: A Paper Sample

With the onset of technology, various manufacturers ranging from mechanical to electrical are looking for ways to develop a myriad of connectivity on products to enhance multifunctioning. Smart cars, also known as connected cars are among the products that have been fitted with elaborate systems that encompass hardware, software and...

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Mobile HIV Technology Helping Today’s Youth – Annotated Bibliography

Liebman, J., Pat Lamberti, M., & Altice, F. (2002). Effectiveness of a Mobile Medical Van in Providing Screening Services for STDs and HIV. Public Health Nursing, 19(5), 345-353 According to this article, it is true and evident that the use of mobile medical van is effective in providing screening services...

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The Impact of Smartphone Technology on Businesses, the Government and Society

Once upon time, personal computers and mobile phones were perfectly distinct devices that performed completely different tasks. While personal computers had operating systems that enabled users to surf the Internet, send e-mail and run various software applications such as spreadsheets, videogames and databases, mobile phones were primarily used to make...

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