Traditional Mobile Workplace vs. Phone and iPad

Michael Sampson - Currents

Carsten from SAP Hybris compares his work style and everyday device carry with a traditional mobile workplace.

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Nasty SMS Spam – turn off Facebook Mobile Messages #australia #socialmedia

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

How to stop those annoying spammy messages on your mobile cellphone from Facebook Messenger Text service. Took me a while to figure out what was going on. SMS messages but no telephone number? Just asking me to click on a dodgy link? Every. Single. Anyway two steps.

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Future Mobile Learning

Nancy White

Last week in a workshop on mobile learning I was looking for something interesting in that difficult time right after lunch. So I decided to talk about where mobile is going and thus additional opportunities for mobile learning.

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Smartphones use outside work hours cause exhaustion: the case against mobile learning?

Joitske Hulsebosch

No more mobile and micro- learning? One implication is that this is a downside of mobile learning, especially for high smartphone users and highly committed employees. attention elearning micro-learning mobile learning stress

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Going Mobile: Follow me!

e-Moderation Station

To celebrate the recent publication of our new book Going Mobile (co-authored with Gavin Dudeney), we’re sharing a number of activities you can try out with your students, to get them using mobile devices as part of the their language learning.

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Enterprise Mobility 2015 in mid-August (Auckland, NZ)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Conferenz is hosting the Enterprise Mobility 2015 conference in mid-August in Auckland. I will be attending and giving the second presentation of the day: Using mobility as the lightning rod to re-imagine business: doing things a whole lot better. Conferences & Events Mobile

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Mobile Entree for SharePoint

Michael Sampson - Currents

I took a quick look at Mobile Entree this afternoon. Mobile Entree provides a way for SharePoint developers to extend SharePoint capabilities to end users via mobile devices. SharePoint 2007's mobile capabilities are (only) "okay".

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RIM BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing 2.0

Michael Sampson - Currents

Users can download BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing on BlackBerry® App World™, and organizations can automatically push the app to their users through BlackBerry® Enterprise Server. ". Read more: RIM BlackBerry Mobile Conferencing 2.0. Enterprise Mobility

Global Mobile Awards

Nancy White

In less than two weeks, mobile leaders worldwide will be gathering in Barcelona for the GSMA Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile exhibition. An important part of this conference is the 17th annual Global Mobile Awards.

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mLearnCon Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

In preparation for the workshop, Jason and I had been working on a mobile application with content all about mobile learning. We had gathered resources that we had been using in workshops and presentations for ADL and decided to make it available on various mobile devices.

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Mobile Access to the Intranet - Survey #mobile #intranets

Michael Sampson - Currents

I've been a long term believer in mobile access to collaborative systems, and as the Intranet becomes a habitat for many people, mobile access is important. Sabel Online and Frankwatching in the Netherlands are currently running a survey on mobile access to the Intranet : " This research is about the use, needs and developments of intranet. Common terms used in this survey are 'mobile intranet' and 'mobile devices'. are addressed as 'mobile devices'. ".

Text Entry on Mobile Devices

Michael Sampson - Currents

Lizette looks at the challenge of text entry on mobile devices , and offers a roundup of current happenings: " Cramped on a tiny, flat screen with nondelineated keys, the QWERTY keyboard is ripe for smartphone makeover. Lizette talks about: - better interfaces on mobile devices, mainly around larger screens. - Lizette didn't talk about speech recognition on computers and mobile devices. Enterprise Mobility

World Class Mobile Collaboration 2013 Conference - Germany (October 2013)

Michael Sampson - Currents

In mid-October, there''s a conference in Germany about the intersection of mobile and collaboration. The conference is called World Class Mobile Collaboration 2013 , and will be held on October 16-17. Mobile First on Your Intranets (Ramin Mobasseri, eBay).

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Going Mobile: Follow me!

e-Moderation Station

To celebrate the recent publication of our new book Going Mobile (co-authored with Gavin Dudeney), we’re sharing a number of activities you can try out with your students, to get them using mobile devices as part of the their language learning.

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Astute Labs: Community Engagement through Mobile Apps

The Bumble Bee

Astute Labs is an exciting Belfast-based software start-up in the mobile app building space with a particular emphasis on large communities such as schools. Mobile Devices

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Designing for Mobile Collaboration

Portals and KM

Mobile collaboration is an increasingly important topic as two-thirds of the information workforce already work remotely, according to Forrester data. It is a matter of when, not whether that mobile devices exceed desktops. The new Forrester Wave™: Mobile Collaboration, Q3 2011 by Ted Schadler for Content & Collaboration Professionals offers some useful advice on how mobile collaboration requires a new app approach. Teams now must design for mobile first.

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Mobile Iron for Managing Mobile Devices with Corporate Data

Michael Sampson - Currents

Enterprise MobilityDuring one of my meetings yesterday, we started talking about the impact of the iPad on the corporate world - where employees bring their own iPad's in the door and want to use them for corporate tasks.

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Zoho Apps Go Mobile

Portals and KM

We are getting more powerful mobile devices with bigger screens setting the stage for the movement of more desktop apps to mobile devices. Zoho is expanding its mobile support for the iPhone and Windows Mobile to include the Android, BlackBerry, and Symbian mobile platforms.

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New year, new book: Going Mobile

e-Moderation Station

Although published last month (December 2014), the print copies of my new book Going Mobile (co-written with Gavin Dudeney) arrived on my doorstep a few days ago. This simple activity gets learners thinking about and discussing mobile phone addiction – a very real phenomenon these days.

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Engineers without Fears

Apart from Open Publish there have been some other things going on - including two events around mobile technology. The second event was Mobile Monday (which was bloody packed). Two pressos here: Xumii - a mobile social network site aggregator aimed at Gen Ys. We learnt that mobile will be big (no * sherlock) and that Google have some creepy ads for SMS Search. Expect to see a plethora of mobile social networking technology - most of it aimed at teenagers.

New Mobile Software from IBM for Connections

Michael Sampson - Currents

IBM announced the availability of mobile device support for IBM Lotus Connections , with apps available for BlackBerry, Android, and Apple devices (shown above): " With today's news, IBM is delivering its industry leading Connections social networking software for mobile devices.

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Mobile learning: A tutor in your pocket

Jenny Connected

22000+ students have benefited from mobile learning in Malaysia, which is used principally to reduce drop out rates from open and distance learning courses, even though these courses are blended. As the use of technologies becomes less of an issue and approaches such as the use of SMS for mobile learning become ubiquitous – our attention must now move to an increased focus on pedagogy. Tagged: #change11 , changemooc11 , learning , mobile learning , MOOC , pedagogy , technology.

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Mobile Collaboration Moves Forward

Portals and KM

I received a review copy of the new The Forrester Wave™: Mobile Collaboration, Q3 2011 by Ted Schadler for Content & Collaboration Professionals. In this research, Forrester evaluated the mobility strengths and weaknesses of 13 vendors in four collaboration categories - document-based collaboration, webconferencing, videoconferencing, and activity streams. Does the mobile development team report to a senior executive? How long has the company had a mobile solution?”.

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March Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

Best of Mobile Learning March 1, 2011 to March 31, 2011 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. Getting Started With Mobile Learning? March 28, 2011 Is Mobile Learning A Reality Now?

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Going Mobile: Raffle to celebrate the ELTONs

e-Moderation Station

My co-author Gavin Dudeney and I are delighted to be shortlisted for a 2015 British Council Innovation Award (ELTON) , for our latest book Going Mobile. mlearning byod devices ipad iphone m-learning mobile smartphone technology

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Google vs. Microsoft on Mobile Productivity Apps (US Data Only)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gregg recently wrote on ComputerWorld about the comparative monthly active user base for Google’s mobile productivity apps versus the Microsoft offerings.

2016 127

Google vs. Microsoft on Mobile Productivity Apps (US Data Only)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Gregg recently wrote on ComputerWorld about the comparative monthly active user base for Google’s mobile productivity apps versus the Microsoft offerings.

2016 127

Will Mobile Devices Usher in a Renaissance in Local News?

Alchemy of Change

In this last post in the series, I focus on the impact of mobile technology. With that said, a look at Google+ on your mobile device offers a hint where local information is headed. With the rise of the mobile Internet, place is just one of those layers – just one of those tags.

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Papers on mobile assisted language learning (MALL)

e-Moderation Station

The International Research Foundation (TIRF) has recently published five papers on mobile assisted language learning (MALL), all freely available on the TIRF website. Beyond the Classroom: Mobile Learning the Wider World (Ken Beatty). Mobile devices in EFL: What do students think?

Teaching with mobile devices: FAQs [part 1]

e-Moderation Station

And especially on the use of mobile devices in language teaching. Question 1: If you don’t plan to let students use their mobile devices (constructively!) Schools that implement mobile devices well often have ongoing professional development for their teachers.

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Australia: Social Butterfly and 3 INQ Mobile

Laurel Papworth- Social Network Strategy

I was asked to help with promoting a new social network mobile phone from 3 called the INQ so I came up with these “social butterflies&#. Anyway, the 3 INQ mobile social network phone info is here.

New definitions of mobile learning

Ken Carroll

I’m thinking about mobile learning - how it will work, and why it is significant. Gary Woodill’s recent paper provides a simple, and helpful description: True mobile learning is personalized learning that unites the learner’s context with cloud computing, using a mobile device.

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Avaya one-X Mobile Client

Michael Sampson - Currents

Avaya released an update to the Avaya one-X Mobile client , for links people with handheld devices and smartphones to Avaya's unified communications platform. Presence status of team members available across Avaya endpoints and soft clients - including Microsoft OCS - and mobile devices. That's an impressive range of supported mobile devices, although it looks like they are ordered for the "cool" factor. Enterprise Mobility

Socialtext Goes More Mobile

Michael Sampson - Currents

Socialtext released new mobile device capabilities today , with device-optimized usage from a BlackBerry, iPhone, or Android smartphone. Socialtext released "Miki", for mobile device access to a wiki workspace some three ago; this is an update and substantial revision to its capabilities. Socialtext Mobile Capabilities. I truly believe in the need for mobile device access to collaboration systems--see Pillar 2 in my 7 Pillars framework for evidence of this (from 2005).

ThoughtFarmer 5.0: Improved Mobile Capabilities

Michael Sampson - Currents

is the addition of a mobile-optimized version of ThoughtFarmer. Rather than a simple port of the browser version, ThoughtFarmer Mobile was designed from scratch to support the mobile context: hurried usage, screen glare from the sun, one-handed operation and touch screens. ".

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June Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

Best of Mobile Learning June 1, 2011 to June 30, 2011 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals. VIDEO: Mobile-ize, Organize & Unionize!

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5 Myths about mobile learning

e-Moderation Station

Myth 1: Mobile learning means learning via texting with mobile phones. Mobile phones (or cell phones) are just one of the myriad devices that can be used for learning. This is one of the most common definitions of mobile learning I hear. [and how to overcome them].

Wrike Provides Mobile Project Management

Portals and KM

Many studies are showing the rise of mobile computing on both tablets and smart phones. IBM projects that the revenue from this mobile commerce should rise to $31 billion by 2016. There is also a browser app for mobile platforms. The new mobile apps are free for all Wrike users. Among the most important features, Wrike's new mobile project management.

How to Mobilize a Weary Workforce

Partnering Resources

Check out these tips to for helping mobilize a weary workforce. The post How to Mobilize a Weary Workforce appeared first on Partnering Resources. We are challenged to keep employees engaged, innovative, and productive. Yet, they often come across as weary, tenacious survivors. Many of them are tired, stressed, and worried about the future.

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August Hot List: Mobile Learning Content

Nancy White

Best of Mobile Learning August 1, 2011 to August 31, 2011 Featured Sources The following are the top items from featured sources based on social signals.

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