Mobile Device Management
Mobile Device Management is revolutionizing the smartphone market, from Apple iOS and Android devices to laptops and ruggedized mobile devices, it’s being used in medical facilities, schools, businesses, and even in the cockpit of the next flight you take. The concept isn’t new, Blackberry has offered some of these services to its customers for years, but with the advent of more robust smart devices it has allowed the market to explode. It is estimated that roughly 60-70 percent of business today will adopt some form of MDM solution in the next few years.
Typically these solutions are either controlled by an On-Premise solution or Cloud based “SaaS” solution
As many of you have seen on some devices, data usage may have gone through the roof using Air-Watch and TouchDown clients in order to stay up-to-date with company email.
Following is a checklist you can use to help combat the high data usage and get control over data plans if you don’t have unlimited data plans.
For IOs devices, IPad and IPhones data transfer rates can be controlled by changing the settings for PUSH-FETCH-and the type of data delivered to your device.
On the IPhone/IPad
Go to Settings—Under the Fetch New Data option – Set PUSH to OFF
Under the Fetch options, setting this option to Hourly or Manually will cause your device to only check each hour or only when
A Good Cover Letter Creates Fear
By Larry Arrance
My idea of a good cover letter is one that creates fear. Fear that someone else will snap up the product before they even get a chance at looking at it. Whether it is attached to an executive resume or administrative assistant's resume the strategy is the same. Get the reader to take action and call you for an interview.
How do you make your cover letter stand out from the rest? There are some definite tricks or if you prefer devices that a serious job seeker will use to hold the reader's attention and guide their eyes to key information. Your most important psychological weapon to deploy will be your opening paragraph. You have to catch
It may not be your resume holding you back from getting that dream job;
It could be your Social Media
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Everyone is aware of it, we hear the stories and the reasoning that outsourcing and Off-Shoring jobs helps companies be more competitive. The financial advisers and CEO's swear by it, outsourcing gives them the advantage to compete in today’s market.
First, we need to understand the difference between Outsourcing and Off Shoring.
Outsourcing has been around for hundreds of years. Outsourcing is a way to be cost effective, while handing a process to an individual or group that either specializes in that process or can do the job more cost effectively. In many cases your local dentist or doctor will send lab work to another organization for analysis, this is usually a good form of outsourcing
How to Avoid being Blacklisted
Once Bitten, Twice Shy, Third Time Stupid
By: Edmund Ng
Over the years in recruitment, I have seen many job applicants make the same mistake again and again. This is a fatal mistake that I feel need to be addressed. These are the list of things that you should not do in the event of applying for jobs.
Do not spam the HR executives
A lot of desperate job seekers had been committing this same mistake. If you visit the yahoo groups, you will realize that some of the members are so helpful that they list out all the email addresses of the HR executives and headhunting/recruitment firms. It is really scary as the list comes in hundreds and thousands. Not surprisingly,
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Know the Employer
by ResumeEdge.com - The Net's Premier Resume Writing and Editing Service
Just as you must know yourself before you begin an interview, so too must you know your prospective employer. Knowledge of the company helps you tailor your responses to questions and gives you confidence. It shows the interviewer that you care about the company and want to make a well-informed decision, and it gives you fodder for posing impressive questions to the interviewer. All of the information you gather will help you anticipate the company culture and gauge the expectations that they will have of you.
Understanding the Mission
At a minimum, you need to discover