Posted on Jan 29, 2014
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I wrote this for the Mobile Gov blog. http://howtomobile.apps.gov/2014/01/28/tuesday-trends-65-of-all-email-gets-opened-first-on-a-mobile-device/ Do you feel it is true or not??
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Interesting article, it shows how dependent we as a society have become on technology and gadgets, which is also the reason behind all the data breaches being suffered by companies like Target, Michaels, etc. With the openness and freedom we enjoy and want with our tech toys, it has also given us more vulnerability to be abused and attacked from outside sources on our identity and resources.


Thanks for posting and sharing.

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Thank you for your comments! 
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Attempting to attach the market research


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It worked. 
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Just downloaded this and am going to read it. Thank you for sharing!
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It is no surprise that adoption of mobile platforms have increased and will continue to rise due to several factors. Irrespective, actual productive work, in my view involving use of email application will continue on the  desktop or a laptop. 


An interesting data point  in the market research is the human attention span reading emails on mobile devices - its a max of 15 seconds. How many of these emails are being read while DRIVING on public roads ? 




NHTSAs research shows that 2 in 5 drivers are now manipulating their mobile devices while driving. One can assume that if not texting or calling, they are reading or responding to emails. I dont beleive that consumers are using text to voice to hear their emails and using voice response to respond. 



Thanks for your post  and the blog on .GOV !!!







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That's an interesting question. So far, my studies have been in Metropolitan areas and showed folks on trains and buses reading emails. I live and work in the DC area, and I see it everyday. I ready email on the train to work myself. Thank you for the insight reading and driving. I will have to look into that.
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