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Redbooth + Google’s New Android for Work Program

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At the center of stakes, we have: secure management of company information accessed via mobile devices, the mobile experience for our Android users; streamlined experience, cloud-based task and project management platform, to name a few.
Redbooth’sapp for Android for Work is paving its way for increased adoption and more secure management of company information accessed via mobile devices. 
The Redbooth app for Android for Work aims to be a friendly, streamlined experience that includes kanban view for to-do lists as well as the ability to easily assign tasks and deadlines, leave comments, and resolve tasks on the go.
The app taps in directly to Redbooth’s cloud-based task and project management platform, which can be used by a team or an entire company.

Here is why Sprinklr Integrates with Twitter Quick Replies and Welcome Messages

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At the core of stakes, we have fastest, most reliable way to connect with businesses. We have instantaneous, seamless customer care; Twitter even more useful for both businesses and consumers, and quick replies and welcome messages.
In effect,Sprinklr joinsTwitter’s private beta for quick replies and welcome messages, improving customer care experiences for consumers on Twitter. The introduction of these two new features aims to make customer care on Twitter even more useful for both businesses and consumers.

Twitter Quick Replies and Welcome Messages in our ever-connected digital world

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Twitter is now at the core of our daily digital-interactions with a set of features and services that inter alia help build relationships, automate and improve the care experiences.
For instance, Quick replies allow businesses to prompt consumers with the best ways to reply to a Direct Message from a brand, while welcome messages enable businesses to greet people and set expectations as they enter a Direct Message conversation, without the consumer needing to send the first message. 
I can observe that, these features can help brands explore new possibilities in customer care and enrich the way businesses build relationships with their customers on Twitter, through a combination of simple automation and human service.

Mobile Industry in North American Economy by 2020

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Across the world, the mobile industry is deeply impacting the classic economy with a set of technologies and services that everyone and companies can leverage for numerous tasks and processes. 
One can then observe that, North America’s mobile industry will be worth almost $1 trillion a year to the region’s economy by 2020, according to a new GSMA study. 
I can recall that, the new report, ‘The Mobile Economy: North America2016’, forecasts that the North America region’s pioneering role in areas such as 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT), smart cities and connected cars will see the industry account for 4.5 per cent ($1 trillion) of projected regional GDP by the end of the decade, up from 3.6 per cent ($710 billion) last year.

78% of U.S. Consumers Use Smartphones for Gaming and 68% Read eBooks on Tablets

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Spending and consumption trends are very dynamic in our ever-connected digital era where digital goods are now part of our daily lives. 
I have captured for you the results of the Digital Goods Economy Survey, which looks at the attitudes, habits and behaviors of the digital media consumer across the digital gaming (including gaming video content) and eBook industries. 
ming console of the masses;Ease of use and convenience drive payment method selection;Americans prefer multi-use devices versus eReaders; and Want to deter piracy? Focus on how it affects the creators.

Falcon GXT5000, a new solar-powered global positioning satellite (GPS) asset tracking solution

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At the center of stakes, we have: machine-to-machine (M2M) asset tracking solutions on 3G/4G cellular networks. We have accurate location and status reporting.
In effect, the SkyBitz Falcon GXT5000 can deliver the visibility required to optimize operations within transportation, intermodal shipments, and other markets that rely on mobile assets.

The general availability of Ansible 2.2

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At the core of stakes, we have: performance enhancements, expanded container and Windows automation capabilities, and several new modules, including those for networking, cloud provider platforms, and expanded vault support. In effect, Red Hat, Inc. has announced the general availability of Ansible 2.2, the latest version of its simple, powerful, and agentless open source IT automation framework.
Ansible 2.2 brings performance enhancements, expanded container and Windows automation capabilities, and several new modules, including those for networking, cloud provider platforms, and expanded vault support.