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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • Page 1: Front page
    • Page 2: Table of content
    • Page 3: How smart phones are affecting productivity
    • Page 4: How smart phones are affecting communication in the work place
    • Page 5: How are smart phones affecting social engagement
    • Page 6: How smart phones have an effect in education
  • 3.
    • Keeping you organized
    • Information at your fingertips
    • Faster communication
    • Never out of touch
    • Greater functionality
    • Better information sharing
    • Small Screen Size
    • Awkward Keyboard Size
    • High Cost
    • Work-Life Balance
    • Website Access
  • 4.
    • Access your company's data now
    • Accomplish more, faster
    • Turn your PDA into a collaboration tool
    • Get your calendar, contacts and other important information
    • Keep your frustrations to a minimum
  • 5.
    • Enhance your leadership image
    • Attract top students with leading-edge technology
    • Enjoy world-renowned security, so information stays protected and confidential
    • Improve campus communications and overall experience
    • Prepare students for the work environment with access to real-world technology
    • Improve campus security with advanced communications technology
  • 6.  
  • 7.
    • phones in meetings is extremely disrespectful
    • The people using smart phones in meetings aren’t always lower-level employees; often, they’re managers and leaders. After all, leadership sets the tone for what’s appropriate and what’s not and employees follow their lead.
    • Not a hard-and-fast rule
  • 8.
    • http://brianshall.com/content/can-smartphones-end-our-loneliness
    • http://cellphones.lovetoknow.com/Smartphones_and_Mobile_Education
    • http://workawesome.com/productivity/are-smartphones-a-productivity-tool/
    • http://ezinearticles.com/?What-Are-The-Advantages-Of-Using-A-Smart-Phone?&id=5205519