Top Trends in Wireless Technology and Communication 2017 #Infographic #Wireless

Communication has been the basis of our civilization. Cave drawings from a million years ago tell us that there exists a primitive human need to convey thought, opinion and emotion. Now, we text, tweet, BBM, Snapchat, and Google… From cave etchings to Twitter, it’s been a fantastic journey. Homing pigeons and marathon men gave way the first telephone and radio, hailing the new era of communication technology that is our world.

Wireless communication, of course, is technology’s most ingenious contribution to humanity. In 1999, when the first wireless compatible devices began to be built, it was an exclusive niche market, but it evolved rapidly into mainstream life -an indispensable part of everyday business. Mobile devices like GPS units and phones have assisted communication from the remotest places on Earth and even space.

Smartphones and wireless devices that double-up as computer systems have aided sharing texts, photos, business-ideas, and work files; and they have clearly improved the productivity of workspaces. Increased internet speeds have made it possible to upload information on ‘virtual clouds,’ from any part of the world, increasing efficiency and introducing new ways of performing many different business tasks. In fact, the world today boasts of 700 million Wi-Fi connected internet users and around 800 million new devices being added every year. We’ve never been more ‘connected.’

An infographic by The Trust Compass.

What Employers Need To Know About Remote Workers #Infographic #RemoteWorking

Remote working is on the rise. Thanks to technology it is now easier to work anytime and from anywhere in the world. Online collaboration has also made it possible for employers to get the best possible talent on a global scale. Working in a physical office is slowly becoming a thing of the past.

Remote working offers an ideal setup for both the worker and the employee as it offers a lot of advantages over the 9 to 5 office work setup. That is why remote workers are very much happy as well.

In this infographic, Time Doctor, a time tracking software company, looked at how satisfied remote workers are in their work setup. Using data from TINYPulse, 509 remote workers from the United States were surveyed as to their experiences in their respective workplaces. Their responses were then compared to 200,000 employees from other work arrangements.

The infographic below shows some of the key results.

An infographic by Time Doctor.

The tech jobs of the future #Infographic #Jobs #Technology

Did you know tech industries in the UK are growing 32% faster than the rest of the economy? There are several factors that are driving this tech revolution, like mobile internet, cloud technology, Big Data, new energy suppliers and technologies, robotics, autonomous transport, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, advanced manufacturing, 3D printing, biotechnology, sharing economy and crowdsourcing.

That means there will be lots of new jobs, and we will see new job titles like: data scientist, artificial intelligence developer, internet of things architect, blockchain engineer, cybersecurity engineer and virtual reality engineer. All those new jobs require very advanced skillsets, that include a deep knowledge of statistical programming languages, database querying languages, multivariable calculus, linear algebra, languages like C++, STL, Perl, Perlforce, mobile application development, digital image processing, encryption and tokenization, ethical hacking, networking fundamentals, protocols and packet analysis. Check out this infographic to find out more about the tech revolution!

An infographic by Ignite.Digital.

Is Your Marketing Strategy Post-Digital Ready? #Infographic #Marketing

It’s not a surprise that the world has become more visual today, given that human beings are biologically wired to process visuals 60,000x times faster than text. Moreover, the digital revolution, which has given people easy access to smart devices, has further reinforced visual communication, fundamentally changing marketing for everyone.

People are 40% more likely to respond and learn better when anything is accompanied by visuals. Research shows that 80% of people skim articles online, but they are 94% more likely to view articles with visual.

With human beings’ attention span dropping from 12 seconds to 8 seconds (and the goldfish has an attention span longer than us… 9 seconds to be exact!), it has become essential that brand messages, in any form, should contain visual content and be shorter. And the trick is using a visual element or two to convey something that would otherwise take a thousand words.

Online marketers predict that by 2019, 80% of all internet traffic will be video, and at this rate, it’s quite obvious that visual communication is a marketing medium that is going to stay around for several years. Hence, adapting your marketing strategy to be more visual is the best way to future-proof your brand.

See the infographic to find the staggering visual communication statistics and tips you need to know.

An infographic by Creately.

Top 50 WordPress Plugins For Every WordPress site #Infographic #WordPress

My Web Programmer are somewhat more fascinated with what has ruled the age that is going to end soon because it gives much more clear projection of the new age and an new era. Those who like to work on WordPress knows how to use it, but what about those who love to use it but they do not have enough information about WordPress tools? It will take a lot of time for them to search each plugin and knows what it really does.

My Web Programmer has put together a helpful infographic listing the top 50 WordPress plugins for WordPress lovers, categorized according to function. Each plugin comes with a short write-up on what it offers–making it easier for web developers to source for the tool he or she really needs. It has the list of all SEO, social plugins and many more with little bit of details of each.

An infographic by My Web Programmer.