Performance for Communication Channels
Communication devices including computers programs such as the internet have contributed to the improvement in communication operations whereby individuals learn and adapt to live within the functioning of these devices. For example, advancements such as blogging have introduced fresh ways of writing journals from a linguistic view since the language is usually expressed in its utmost bare form (Kirk 248).
In addition, people from different parts of the world are able to access and be updated on the original editing procedures that are inputted by various writing professionals. Advancements in blogging that meet the needs of the young generation have also taken place. For example, Music blogging has enabled the young population to access, store and download various kinds of music through the internet. In addition, the invention of video blogs have enabled the youth to access, download and distribute videos to other people from different parts of the world.
Communication technology has also transformed education to a higher level. For example, through internet applications, that enhances online communication; international students have been able to access education from different parts of the world and, as a result, achieved successful careers in the future (Kirk 248). In addition, based on the rapid growth of internet technology, it is simpler to make a prediction that the young population from remote or domestic parts of the world will have the privilege of accessing advanced technologies. This will make them able to develop their communities with the skills they acquire.
Blogging has made a huge transformation in businesses on how they market their products and services. For example, businesses have moved from selling their products from the local to international level. As a result, as businesses have been able to obtain a larger market of consumers and hence earn a higher profit. Businesses have localized their products and services through adjusting to various cultural and social aspects of different global ethnicities and communities. For example, before a business makes their products and services available online, they have to formulate various linguistic translations of the product in order to meet the needs of customers from different international and cultural backgrounds.
Other communication devices such as mobile phones have created several opportunities, from which people are able to communicate with their relatives, friends and associates any time they feel like (Kautonen and Karjaluoto 182). In addition, the usual customs of how social interactions were promoted in the past have been transformed, and as a result, inventive ways of utilizing interactive technologies have emerged that promote self and group-based interactive systems (Kautonen and Karjaluoto 182). Mobile technology has also affected the young population in the area of education. For example, students are able to use various technological applications on their mobile phones in sharing vital information that is related with the subjects they learn at school.
In addition, young peers are also able to gain access to entertainment including internet games and educative puzzles that help in rejuvenating their mental skills (Druin 26). In the corporate and business atmosphere, mobile phones have been used to provide solutions revolving sales, payment and marketing of various products and services (Druin 27). For example, various businesses have innovated ways in which they could sell their products and services to customers through the mobile phone through certain technologies that connect the mobile applications to the internet resources. In addition, this might result to transform how workers conduct business. For example, a worker will have the ability to multitask, in a way that he shall be able to work on his regular job, while conducting online business through the mobile phone.
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