The Future of Mobile Age

Once upon a time, the use of mobile phones is limited to those who need it most. The age bracket even limits to those considered as legally adults. While the age of modernity is starting to get younger with younger users more knowledgeable in this field than their aging counterparts, there is a certain threat to how young users can become.

New studies by Ericsson has been stirring many technological articles nowadays in which it states that in the next five years, the world should expect almost 90% of children aged 7 are to have their own mobile phones. Same study is shown by Axis Capital Group, a subsidiary of XL Axiata, one of the Indonesia’s largest mobile operators. Jakarta earlier reported that mobile phones now double the number of people living in the city.

In reviews, children in daycare nowadays have their own smartphones, usually given by parents for security measures. Nearly one in 10 schoolchildren gets their first mobile phone by the time they are five.

As well as arming kids with mobiles for emergencies and peace of mind, it is imaginable that many parents have bought their kids smartphones just to stop them commandeering their own when bored. Many parents also say that it would be better for their kids to get engrossed on their smartphones than on the drugs and bad company.

For trendsetters’ sake, many parents are also buying their children handsets to get in with the current flow of the world.

Many experts give out warnings to parents on the way they permit their kids to use their phones. Most of the respondents say they do not limit the data usage of their kids hence exposing them to a more brutal world cyber-ly.

It may seem that children are being watched by their parents and are always at home but having these mobile phones may also make them more distant than ever. Since the device is privately owned by the child, the parents may not be able to control what he does with it anymore, hence, the root cause of most family problems nowadays.

Think long and hard about whether your child actually needs rather than wants that phone. The protection of children is obviously a key factor in their usage of mobile phones, but as long as the proper precautions are taken to ensure maximum safety of children using handsets, then they absolutely have their benefits.

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Hasnul Suhaimi Prepare Dian Siswarini be CEO of XL

Jakarta, Indonesia CNN – President and CEO of XL Axiata, Hasnul Suhaimi, claimed to have set up a number of names to replace him someday. After preparing for three years, Hasnul have determined the choice to Dian XL Siswarini to be a leader in the future.”Bu Dian is my replacement candidates. Candidates CEO. When did this happen? Wait for me on the game, “said Hasnul in a press conference in Jakarta, Wednesday (7/1).

Currently, Dian served as vice president of XL after it is approved by the investors in the General Meeting Extraordinary Shareholders (GMS LB) in Jakarta on Wednesday (7/1).

Since long, Hasnul entrusted to take care of business Dian XL digital services with the launch of digital advertising services, mobile payments XL Cashier, up to an online store Elevenia XL which is a joint venture with South Korea’s SK Planet.

Hasnul also encouraged to take part in the market Dian outside Indonesia. Since June 2014, Dian served as Group Chief of Marketing and Operations Officer at Axiata to lead a subsidiary of Axiata in some Asian countries.

Dian said, for six months in Axiata he studied telecommunications market in Malaysia, Cambodia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Singapore. “Within a week, I underwent cost three times to visit these countries, “he said.

Take on the role as vice president in XL, Dian will focus on operational matters, coaching and supervision.

He said the effort will focus on digitizing XL. Currently, according to him, the needs of consumers lead to digital services, including the purchase (content, pulse, and goods) online to online customer service.

He also challenged to increase the company’s revenue in the middle of the thin profit margins. Moreover, liability XL until September 2014 amounted to Rp 43.91 trillion and total equity of USD 13.96.

Dian began his career in the telecommunications industry since 1991 in the technical field. He joined XL in 1996. In 2007 Dian appointed as Director of Network and in 2011 served as Director of Digital Services until June 2013.

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