Has the title question ever struck you? What do you think? Read on for lovely highlights.
It is a subtle question. Since our childhood we have studied books in print when the digital devices for reading were nonexistent. We had no other option other than to read in print.
Now that the digital age is here, how has digital reading changed things for us? We like to read fictions or self-help eBooks or any other eBook in another niche in kindle devices, iPads, tabs, notebooks and laptops where the reading format of the eBook needs to match the particular reading device. Continue reading How Is Reading Digitally Different From Reading Print?
According to a report by the research organization Gartner, by 2018 70% of all professionals will be doing their business over personal smart devices. What does this mean to you — that by next year you could be one of the majority of workers working from your own smartphone or tablet. This concept has generally been referred to as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD).
If this BYOD trend plays out as Gartner has predicted it will, this will mean some major changes in the workplace that could be difficult to implement at first, without causing unnecessary friction.
Whose Device is it Anyway?
It is easy to understand how this can be a welcome and implemented with many different employers — BYOD actually works well with lower infrastructure investments. Continue reading Prediction of BYOD Boom by 2018
India is on the cusp of innovation and is going all guns blazing to digitize the citizen-centric services. One of the greatest challenges testing this collective vision will be to prudently channelize gains, to refine the standard of living of the poorest of poor. We just need to put a series of interconnected devices exchanging information with one another into any digital channel, and the benefits of urban amenities will become accessible to all citizens. This is precisely the purpose which the concept of the Internet of Things (IoT) serves. Continue reading Why The Internet Of Things Is The Biggest Tweak In The Digital India Construct