face
to face. Nowadays It’s becoming a large issue in the workplaces worldwide. Strongly, I think if we
just use them in moderation, they could be rewarding. Technology is fun. It’s
fun to reconnect with people. It can be relationship building if we use it in
moderation. I enjoy what social networking and Skype and slack have done for my
ability to be in touch with the organizations and clubs. It provides
opportunities to get resources and training to people who would never get it
otherwise. Although cell phones are
now the predominant form of interpersonal communication, the way they are used
significantly varies between generations. Youngsters use their phones for a
variety of activities such as taking photos, texting, going online, instant messaging,
emailing, playing games, listening to music, and even recording and watching
videos while adults progressively according to their age progression, restrict
the use of these devices to fewer and fewer activities. iPhones and other mobile
devices are now seen as a necessary part of life by young workers. You see this
generation arrive at the office with their ear buds on, and almost never leave
their devices at home. However, there is a business connection: these
devices offer tremendous opportunities to deliver information and training to
young employees through podcasts and video streaming. In conclusion, I will say
the technology is shaping us in a way that humanity will drastically will change
throughout the years goes because day by day we want more and more technology
with new updated and new devices that by the end of the day we just want to
live in our digital world not communicating with anyone else if is not Facebook,
twitter, snapchat, Instagram and any other social media not is included in our
phone so we can avoid making face to face communication with other peers and
have a nice conversation does not include our technology which is making our
new generation lose their skills in interact with other around us.