Identify Changes to the Internet That Have Occurred as a Result of Mobile Computing and Justify an Argument About Whether These Are Positive or Negative Factors
Likewise, the pros and cons will be deliberated as well, along with the history, and lastly why is technology currently playing a huge role in diverse people daily lifestyles.
Mobile communication and connectivity have been changing the way business communicators create, plan and distribute messages. Recent developments in the mobile communication technology have generated massive improvements in numerous business domains. Let’s take a look at how mobile technology has been driving business communication.Improved Customer Experience With the rising importance of mobile devices in customers’ lives, businesses are constantly seeking new and improved ways to leverage this trend. A large percentage of consumers perform their searches on mobile devices. Therefore, businesses have started investing in making their websites responsive. Apart from that, mobile apps have turned out to be the norm nowadays. For example, mobile apps have spawned an entirely new market for retailers. In addition to that, the real estate industry has also implemented this trend by introducing 3D mobile apps. These apps help in conveying the concept and the layout of a property to prospective buyers way before the construction process has even started. Additionally, customers can convey their concerns and feedback about the products and services easily with the help of mobile technology and expect quick responses to their doubts and queries. Such interactive methods help in maintaining a clear communication channel with the users, thus improving productivity.
The whole phenomenon behind digital revolution started with the invention of a transistor which in turn facilitated the invention of a microprocessor. The microprocessor saw the development of the personal computers and it was the invention of the personal computers that paved way for other digital devices that are present today. The transistor that facilitated the invention of digital computers was invented in 1947 and so the computers came onto being in the mid 1950s and it was only the government, military and the organizations that had the computer systems.As a result of digital computers invention, the World Wide Web was created.The general public became familiar with the computers in the 1980s in the industrialized nations such as U.S, Geramny, France among others. Thus people bought the computers for home and business use.Many people became conversant with the computers and also many jobs were created as a result. It is also in the 1980s that the first cell phone was created by Motorola (Creeber & Martin, 2008). The period between 1990s and 2000 was also characterized by significant developments in the digital era. First, the internet was released by the World Wide Web and so many businesses had the chance of advertising themselves. People from the developed nations were the first beneficiary of internet invention but the digital revolution eventually spread to the entire globe in 1990s implying that even people from the developing countries had the access to internet. The cell phone was also developed in this era but much later which had the effect of enhancing communication among people.
Mobile devices can be connected to a local area network (LAN), or they can take advantage of Wi-Fi or wireless technology by connecting via a wireless local area network (WLAN). Mobile phone services also provide mobile computing through their service plans.
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