This morning I came across this question on LinkedIn Answers: "What percentage of the time do you use your mobile device as a browser?"
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Forty-eight percent all of executives surveyed said they aren't satisfied or are partially unsatisfied in their current jobs, according to ExecuNet.
I've reviewed various mobile devices for CIO.com in past, and the majority of the smartphones I evaluated did not support third generation, or 3G, mobile networks. This is one of the first things I, or the CIO reviewers I worked along with, complained about-though we weren't always sure what exactly we'd do with the extra speed.
Early this week, San Francisco-based Flock showed off a Web browser designed specifically for users of social networking sites, and the company claims the software is the first of its kind.
What's your browser of choice?
Apple's iTunes is by far one of the most popular and widely-used consumer IT applications available today. It's likely more of your users have an iPod and employ iTunes than staffers that don't, especially if they're at all tech-savvy. And many of those folks have probably installed the program on their corporate computers-unless, of course, there are measures in place to stop them from doing so.