Events and Conferences Newsbyte: Smithsonian Magazine Launching Tech, Science Conference, Buying Technology Can Be Tricky, 6 Steps for a Successful International Meeting

Buying Technology Can Be Tricky

Who would have thought that technology could get to a point where it’s so universally accepted that the amount of different technology companies in the world can sometimes make it hard to know what to buy and why. Just like in every other business, there will always be companies trying to convince you to get their products, and it is often unclear what will actually work best for you. That’s why some event businesses, like the one in this article, are now hiring technology consultants to make sure each purchase is valuable.

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Smithsonian Magazine Launching Tech, Science Conference ‘The Future Is Here’ planned for June 1 By Emma Bazilian

So, although there aren’t any hovercars just yet, i’m sure we could all agree on the fact that the science fiction future we all dreamed of in the mid to late nineties is finally here, and with it come some very interesting additions in technology. A new conference by Smithsonian magazine has been planned to highlight some of the greatest transitions in science, technology, engineering and math to date. The conference will also branch off to look at the various growths in the digital world and how all of these things have sparked innovation around the globe.

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David Pogue at ISACA Conference: Two Disruptive Tech Trends That Will Change Everything

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6 Steps for a Successful International Meeting

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Why HIMSS Went With a Mobile Website

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Mobile Newsbytes: Texting Increases Survey Truthfulness, Skin Cancer Prevention via SMS, Consult a Doctor on a Smartphone

Texting Increases Survey Truthfulness, Skin Cancer Prevention via SMS, Consult a Doctor on a Smartphone

In this week of Mosio’s Mobile Newsbytes, we find out more about the growing popularity of mHealth from the viewpoint of doctors and patients, people taking surveys via text messaging are more likely to answer truthfully, skin cancer prevention via SMS (Hey U! Put on snscrn rt now!) and some more good news for mobile advertising.

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Half of Smartphone owners consult the ‘doctor in their pocket’

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OMG! Texting ups truthfulness, new iPhone study suggests

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OMG: Text-Message Surveys

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Skin cancer prevention via text message

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Two Thirds of British Texters Have Received Spam, But Most Are Unsure of How to Take Appropriate Action

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US and UK Consumers Choose Smartphones and Tablets for 2012 Holiday Shopping

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Mobile Connections on the Rise; Good News for Mobile Advertising

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AIRLINES USING SURVEY SOFTWARE TO IMPROVE OPERATIONS AND PASSENGER EXPERIENCE

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UK’s young increasingly using mobile devices to access the web

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Pew: Smartphone owners increasingly use their devices to get health info

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mHealth News Bytes: mHealth Initiative in Africa, Mobile Tech Improves Health Monitoring, Boost Mobile Health Care Adoption

 

Health eVillages launches new mHealth initiative in Africa

An organization by the name of Health eVillagers introduces a new mHealth program in Africa. This program aims to deliver video learning and continuing education tools for medical professionals to help them be informed of the newest clinical procedures. Fully loaded handheld devices were provided equipped with specialized medical reference content and clinical decision support tools.

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£4.7m health tech funding on offer

Northern Ireland offers a great deal of funding to companies willing to invest in innovations and cutting edge technologies for patient’s healthcare. This aims to attract investors in lined with health to do their studies and research in Northern Ireland.

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mHealth technology improves monitoring and therefore cuts costs in healthcare industry

 The Healthcare industry can cut costs with the aid of mHealth Technology. Hospitals can monitor their consumer devices at home via broadband access, thus eventually reduces the costs needed to perform the process.

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An app a day to keep the doctor away?

mHealth improves the way consumers gain health related information via any App driven devices available. Gadgets such as smartphones can be used to monitor their health and fitness, look for counselling and other possibilities easily just by simply accessing the web in their devices.

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How to boost adoption of mobile health care, by report

To improve the adoption to mobile health care, manoeuvring the major obstacle of general notion of change in the healthcare industry is needed.  Healthcare and mHealth works hand in hand in delivering services to consumers in a faster, convenient ,better and cost-efficient way.

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Mobile Websites and Schedules: 6 Ways a Mobile Website Enhances Your Event

Mobile websites for your conference or event provide an accessible, innovative, and cost-effective way to reach virtually every attendee and put relevant information at their fingertips.

As Neil Jones from eMobilescan pointed out in a recent guest post for us about the benefits of having a mobile website, the market is rapidly growing alongside the increased smart phone market, they increase brand visibility, and being the first to have a quality mobile site is a sign of industry leadership. Most importantly for the event and conference space, a mobile website brings the brand within the grasp of the customer.

When you’re hosting an event or a conference, your brand is on display and under scrutiny- putting its best face in the “grasp” of your attendees is crucial. At the same time, the cost of developing a mobile website comes in below an app, and if your goals are like most businesses, a mobile website may be more appropriate than an app as a solution. With that in mind, here are…

6 Ways a Mobile Website Enhances Your Event

1. Customization: Creating a “personalized schedule” feature for smart phone devices means that your conference or event attendees will be intimately familiar with what’s happening at your event. Making a personalization feature accessible on the iPhone, iPad, Android or Blackberry means staying ahead of the conference curve.

2. Twitter Feeds: With your mobile website, you can feature the Twitter feed from whatever #hashtag you choose. Featuring a Twitter feed in real-time increases the participation, importance and use of a key social media engagement tool.

3. Mobile Forms: Want feedback on a specific set of questions, or information from your attendees? Hosting a form asking for simple information or feedback that is important to your organization on a mobile website during an event is a great way to convert relevant traffic to relevant information.

4. Key Links: Keeping all of the key links that attendees at your event or conference will need during the event in one place is a great way to define what is important for your attendees. Before they have a chance to think about where they should look for more information, you can point them where you want them to go.

5. Contests and Polls: Want feedback and information about your event during your event? By creating a mobile website specific to your event, you can use the concentrated flow of mobile traffic to gather the opinions or host the contest that will help to define the undercurrent of your event.

6. Sponsorhips: Your banners and other site space are prime real estate. If you’re going to be promoting a mobile website, you can put that real estate up for sponsorship, meaning another source of revenue for your event.

To see an example of a recent mobile website on your phone, visit www.acrl.mobi from your mobile phone, iPad or other tablet.

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Benefits of having a Mobile Website

Editor’s note: this is a guest post from Neil Jones, head of marketing at eMobileScan.

Mobile websites are the latest craze, since they can be accessed through smart phones which have become a vital part of our lives. Smart phones and tablet computers are the hottest selling items today, and website owners need to have their websites noticed through these devices. This is possible by having a scaled down version of a website, called a mobile site-the scaling down helping to make the details legible in as appealing a layout as the regular website on a laptop or desktop screen. With devices like the Blackberry, iPhone and various other Android mobiles, the laptop is not even necessary since these devices conduct all the activities with the same precision despite their small form factor.

Mobile websites, though essentially a miniature version of the website, do incur an expense, and this will mean cutting other expenses out of the shoes string website budget. The question is to see whether the mobile site expense justifies the cut in online marketing expenses or reducing the SEO consultancy costs. This is easy to find out, after knowing what benefits mobile websites bring with them.

Benefits

  • A rapidly growing market available-The number of mobile users is increasing fast, and an increasing number of internet capable smart phones and mobile devices are being launched. With all these available at affordable prices, the number of mobile users is bound to increase, and when the mobile device can conduct all the functions of a desktop and laptop computer, a mobile site makes sense. Doing so now, will give a head start over others and the site can be tried and tested well before competition heats up.
  • Will increase brand visibility- When huge amounts are spent on online marketing tactics like a pay-per-click campaign or SEO consultancy, a bit of additional effort can help to plug the gaps left by them, since some users slip through the paid efforts when they use other search engines and in many other ways. The effort in the form of a mobile website will help mobile users find the brand more easily and make all the information about it more accessible.
  • Bringing the brand within the grasp of the customer- Google’s Adwords campaign claims that pay per click helps to get in touch with prospective customers as soon as they search for the website’s products and services. This had seemed difficult a year or two ago when it was important to be in front of a desktop or laptop computer. But with mobile connectivity through smart phones and other devices, this is actually possible. Wi-Fi is available on domestic flights, shopping malls, and many public places, which makes checking of mobile sites even easier. In fact mobile sites would score over traditional websites which would not be very clear, and the potential customers would actually hit upon your mobile website just as they look for it.
  • Mobile sites can lead – Having a mobile website before others in the field can be a big plus. Besides being accessible through mobile devices, it can prove to be a way to score over others since it can be a winning point in online marketing strategies. It shows your website to be farsighted and geared for the future.

The mobile internet is here to stay and is only set to see exponential growth over the coming years; if you do not have plans to get in front of this ever increasing audience then you are making a decision that could be to the detriment of the future success of your sites and your business.

This is a Guest post by Neil Jones, who Specializes in launching ecommerce sites, he is currently plying his trade as head of marketing for eMobileScan. With 18 websites based all around Europe they are on course to be one of Europe’s largest online retailers of Industrial handheld computers and label printers like the Motorola MC3190 or Symbol MC9090. Neil has been an online marketer for the past 6 years and in that time he has owned and run a range of sites all built around the ecommerce platform.