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47% Of Doctors Use Smartphone, Tablet And PC

More clinicians than ever are “digital omnivores,” using smartphones, tablets, and computers for clinical work, survey says.

Of the 1,063 physicians and mid-level practitioners who responded to Epocrates’ survey, 86% of the clinicians now use smartphones in their professional activities, up from 78% in 2012. In addition, 53% use tablets at work, compared to 34% last year.

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Five Inventive Ways Lawyers Should Use Social Media

Social media can be used as a platform to . By recognizing social media as a tool, lawyers are opening their practices up to growth and improvement.

While ultimately how you incorporate social media into your business is up to you…

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Social Media, Smartphones & Tablets Now Essential Travel Tools for U.S. Travelers, According to New TripAdvisor Survey of Mobile & Social Trends

NEWTON, Mass., Nov. 18, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — TripAdvisor® , the world’s largest travel site*, today announced the results of its TripBarometer Mobile and Social trends survey which revealed that U.S. travelers are staying online even as they unwind on vacation.

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Woolworths’ social media success: Five lessons from the billboard scandal

Supermarket giant Woolworths is well known for its jingle “Woolworths the fresh food people”, but the line recently became the crux of a social media scandal.

On Monday a social media storm erupted as consumers took to Facebook to express their outrage over a Woolworths’ billboard erected on the Warrego Highway near Ipswich which labelled donuts as ‘fresh food’.

The complaints started when Facebook user and Ipswich doctor Jason Maloo posted a photo of the billboard and commented on celebrity chef Jamie Oliver’s Facebook wall.

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Big Banks Are Being Hit With Cyberattacks “Every Minute Of Every Day”

Heard about the multi-billion pound takeover that collapsed because cyber criminals stole confidential information on the deal? Or how about the millions of pounds stolen on a regular basis from British banks?

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‘We’re all being fired! Exciting!’: HMV staff take to official Twitter account to liveblog their own ‘mass execution’

HMV faced a mutiny as disgruntled staff took over the struggling retailer’s Twitter account to express their anger at being fired.

Workers at the entertainment store “live blogged” their own sacking on the micro-blogging site as the administrators who took over the business confirmed news of 190 firings.

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“Luton Airport forced to apologise after ‘appalling’ Facebook post about fatal plane crash to boast of their own safety record”

An airport has apologised after it posted on its Facebook page a light-hearted comment with a photo of a plane crash in which a child died.

Luton Airport published the image of the plane crash with a joke boasting about its own safety record.

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