Tag Archives: Mobile Technology

The Transit Hub

This presentation provides some information on innovations in the transportation industry. By looking at collaborative user interfaces, and personal mobile devices, the transit and commuting cultures have and will continue to be transformed!

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Consumerization of IT – An Opportunity for HR?

Like it or not, elements of consumer technologies like social media, gamification, and mobile are infiltrating the workplace. For human resources professionals, the effects are hard to miss. From employee and manager self-service portals to the growing number of social media elements in performance and learning management, the technology employees expect to find in the workplace is changing.

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Social Media's Future

Here we are. It's early in 2012 and the tech prophets are hard at it, making their predictions for the coming year. Among their "more of the same, but faster, smaller, and cheaper" prognostications, it's their forecasts for social networking that have particularly caught my eye.

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Mobile Economy Project Launches December 8

On December 8, the Center for Technology Innovation at The Brookings Institution will launch a new mobile economy project, which will examine and document the impact of the mobile revolution on the economies of developed and developing countries, with a forum exploring how mobile technology can ease the everyday lives of Americans.

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