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Healthcare Workers Increasingly Using Smartphones to Improve Patient Care and Increase Productivity.

Healthcare Workers Increasingly Using Smartphones to Improve Patient Care and Increase Productivity. | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
In our Healthcare Makes Headway with BYOD survey last month, we revealed that healthcare organizations are increasingly integrating BYOD programs with 56% of hospital and health systems believing that personal mobile ...
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According to a recent survey of home healthcare agencies conducted by Runzheimer International, over 30% of mobile caregivers are using smartphones or tablets.  Yet, the majority of agencies who responded are still using paper calendars and whiteboards for scheduling and routing.  Why the disconnect?

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BYOD made more viable with enterprise mobile applications

BYOD made more viable with enterprise mobile applications | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
The mobile change has just begun as more organizations are beginning to adopt bring-your-own-device solutions as a means to make work more efficient and increase employee productivity.
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BYOD: Putting Users First Produces Biggest Gains, Fewest Setbacks - Computerworld Australia

BYOD: Putting Users First Produces Biggest Gains, Fewest Setbacks
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The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon is one of the most visible incarnations of the wave of consumerisation surging through IT.

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According to Vanson Bourne, an independant research company commissioned by Dell to interview companies globally, many companies are still sceptical of the BYOD concept.  However, companies that have taken a user-centric approach to devices and allowed employees to BYOD (bring your own device) "seem to be able to drive business benefits, satisfy their users and build competitive advantage. They also seem to meet fewer setbacks on the way."  How does your company view mobile devices? Are you device-centric or user-centric?  And, what are the pros and cons of each?

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5 Best Cloud Storage Android Apps

5 Best Cloud Storage Android Apps | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
In today’s top five list are the 5 Best Cloud Storage Android Apps. These awesome apps keep you productive, sane and offer convenient access to your documents, photos, files, etc.
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Having access to all of your files, documents, pictures, etc. on all your devices is becoming increasingly important!  We use different devices for different reasons.  You may have a PC at home, a laptop at the office, your tablet for traveling, and your smartphone for everything.  Using cloud storage will allow you to be prepared no matter where you are.  Take a look at these top apps for cloud storage.

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BYOD Beware! [INFOGRAPHIC]

BYOD Beware! [INFOGRAPHIC] | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

Most of what you read about the bring your own device (BYOD) revolution revolves around securing corporate data on employees' personal devices, but what about secruing the employee's data on thier personal device from YOU (the employer)?   BYOD as a mobile strategy is gaining momentum rapidly.  Make sure you are considering your employees and thier privacy when creating your policy!

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Only 1 in 8 companies has a fully implemented mobile device security policy

Only 1 in 8 companies has a fully implemented mobile device security policy | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
The number of IT security incidents involving smartphones and tablets is on the rise, and most companies have no plans to limit the use of personal mobile devices for work-related purposes. Only ab...
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Smartphone web traffic exceeds that of device ownership

Smartphone web traffic exceeds that of device ownership | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
Almost 100 per cent of all web traffic comes from a mobile in some countries.
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Mitts on with the almighty Android oven | Android Central

Mitts on with the almighty Android oven | Android Central | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it
And now, for the story you've all been waiting for: We present ... the Android-connected oven. Hold onto your socks, folks. (Mitts on with the almighty Android oven: Forget Tegra 4 and its its 72 GPUs.
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Yes, you read it correctly... it is an oven powered by Android. This gives a whole new meaning to the concept of "watching water boil". Granted you're not boiling water in your oven; however, if you were to try at least you could watch YouTube videos while you wait. However, what is really beneficial is the ability to control your oven from your Android phone. Imagine you could shave 15-30 minutes off your prep time by preheating the oven before you leave work! When you get home, all you have to do is put the roast in. In your busy world saving time is invaluable! It is amazing how mobile technology is permeating new markets.
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ANZ takes business payments mobile

ANZ takes business payments mobile | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

Now even your accounts payable manger can be mobile! There is no limit!

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News - Soaring iPhone 5 sales in US knock Android into second place - Kantar Worldpanel

News - Soaring iPhone 5 sales in US knock Android into second place - Kantar Worldpanel | Mobile Device Management | Scoop.it

The battle for first place continues as Apple's release of the iPhone 5 bumps it back into first place. Not surprisingly, the iPhone typically sees a rise in market share when it releases a new version of the phone, as it did when they released the iPhone 4S.  Will Apple be able to sustain first place?  This remains to be seen given that Android buyers appear to purchase phones throughout the year, since they do not have to wait for a hardware release to get the new OS.  Stay tuned!

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