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  • 1. ADP 1003 Roy Koketso Molosiwa Smartphones 04/04/11
  • 2. Table of Contents
    • What is a smartphone?
    • Do smartphones affect the workplace?
    • Benefits of smartphones
    • More benefits
    • Smartphone statistics
    • More stats on smartphones
    • Bibliography
    04/04/11
  • 3. What is a smartphone?
    • A mobile telephone with computer features that may enable it to interact with computerized systems,send emails and access the web.
    • In lament terms we could call a smartphone a “computer phone ”.
    04/04/11
  • 4. Do smartphones affect the workplace?
    • Smartphones are an asset to the workplace as email are easily accessible and internet is an easy access option.
    • Smartphones can tend to be a distraction but they pose more as a pro.
    • In this technology era a smartphone has become more of a necessity than a want.
    04/04/11
  • 5. Benefits of Smartphones
    •   Never out of touch - you can connect to the internet for e-mail and web access 'on the move', or connect to your computer network to access relevant data, wherever you are, making it easier for remote workers, or a mobile workforce to stay in touch with the business.
    • Better information sharing - considerably more data can be received and transmitted via a smartphone, such as large e-mail attachments or data files from websites. Previous mobiles could only manage small e-mails without attachments.
    04/04/11
  • 6. More benefits
    • Keeping you organised - smartphone handsets can function as personal organisers, with electronic diaries, contact lists, and automatic reminders.
    • Flexible working - as with a PDA, you can use your smartphone to take notes, review and edit your appointments, contacts and documents, all while you're on the move.
    • Information at your fingertips - more and more services are being made available on smartphones, from access to maps and directions to television transmissions with news coverage or weather reports to traffic information and scheduling
    04/04/11
  • 7. Smartphone Statistics
    • Statistics show that 48% use smartphones in order to assist in the businesses.
    • 25% of the people who use smartphones are between the ages of 25 and 34.
    • People between the ages of 25 and 34 are the majority of the working class as they are at their peak ages.
    • This is the era of smartphones
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  • 8. More Statistics on Smartphones 04/04/11
  • 9. Bibliography
    • http://www.shutupandgoogleit.com/component/content/article/3-smartphone-articles/58
    • http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/smartphone
    • http://au.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100730082011AAqGOPi
    04/04/11