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5 Tips to Improve the Mobile Candidate Experience

In Mobility, Technology by Meghan M. BiroLeave a Comment

The world has gone mobile. It seems like all of us are using our mobile devices to manage the important aspects of our lives today. Including job seekers—both active and passive—who are conducting their job searches on their mobile devices. To engage prospective candidates where they spend the most time, employers must be proactive about offering a mobile-friendly candidate experience. …

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Desktop Sites Living in the Shadow of a Mobile World

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Somewhere north of a billion: that’s the boggling number of websites the internet houses—but most of them aren’t optimized for mobile viewing. Although mobile and tablet devices are the internet screens of choice, many companies haven’t taken the plunge into mobile-friendly website design. Applications provide key services to mobile users. When you factor in apps, businesses face a grim reality: …

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More Insights on “In-Between” Moments on Mobile

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. As mobility continues to blur the lines between home and work life, productivity after office hours has become a staple of the modern-day worker. The BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) movement and the integration of personal technology in the workplace enables people to work from anywhere, anytime. …

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Why Cell Phones Are Becoming Less Phone and More Communication

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Many of us still refer to the pocket-sized devices we use as cell phones or smartphones. The name suggests that the fundamental purpose of the device is to make calls. However, it would seem that making calls is a secondary functionality behind the digital connectivity of these ubiquitous handheld devices. Recognize the Changes in Phone Usage The largest cellular phone …

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How Businesses are Capturing the Moments In-Between with Mobile

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Mobile has changed how we live and work, allowing us to engage with our contacts and collateral whenever and wherever we want. Smartphones have led the charge—two thirds of Americans have one, after all—but there’s more to it than that. Mobile has become integrated into some workplace …

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Will Mobile Data Use Drive Companies to IoT for Revenues?

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Today’s mobile devices are really fun-sized technology powerhouses, used for everything from gaming to staying active on social to keeping up with work while on the go. (Oh, and smartphones can even make calls, too, if anyone does that anymore.) These feature-packed devices use a ton of data, and it’s becoming increasingly economical for consumers to get more of it …

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From Mobile Phones and Devices to True Mobility

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This post is sponsored by Samsung Business. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Nearly 30 years ago (yes, it’s been that long), people everywhere were awestruck about the first cordless phone. The ability to move while talking on the phone was the first step toward mastering mobility—a feat that has now totally revolutionized how the world operates. It’s no longer …

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How Mobile Technology Impacts the HR Industry

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We use mobile devices for nearly everything, from shopping and researching to scheduling our daily lives. In fact, more than 85 percent of U.S. Millennials own a smartphone and use it frequently throughout the day. Businesses are already optimizing their use of mobile technology to reach their customers, and to make their employees work lives more efficient, but there’s one …

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It’s Not About Fewer Features, It’s About Simplicity?

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There’s a bit of buzz in the tech space lately about fewer features on smartphones—or, at the very least, a trend toward simpler devices. A growing number of people are gravitating to flip phones or other basic cellular devices in efforts to unplug from the constant deluge of notifications and distractions. This trend has become a thought movement of sorts—a …

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A CIO’s Guide to Mobility Governance

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We live and work in a mobile world, there’s no question about that. As a result, the way we conduct business, is changing. All those devices that form the backbone of enterprise mobility—many of them falling under the potentially treacherous, still slightly “wild wild west’esque” BYOD category—can be great for productivity and employee satisfaction. They can be not so great, …