The process of storing data on a paper in a closet or paper file is almost a thing of the past and now everything is stored digitally. This involves the storage of all your personal information. It was time when everyone had their family and friends & # 39; names stored in address books – in alphabetical order.
When correspondence was harder, picking up ink pen and attaching it to paper to send a message between you and anyone you wanted, you could ensure that you can find someone in your address book. Of course, this was also at once when the information expanded to its mailing address and landline phone number. Now you have two dozen ways to communicate with your friends and family – and in fact, you're more connected to more people.
Some still keep archive of all important contacts that hold, mainly because letting open honest digital storage is known to have bugs and can give up the ghost in sight. Thus, technology advancements have led to the fact that everyone has mobile phones and a variety of social networking, email, landline, network, fax machines and mailing orders that the storage system needs to be developed and able to get all this information.
Smartphones are the main storage space because they allow you to store not only the information but also contact someone by manipulating the key. Speaking as someone who has the very latest smartphone and uses it daily for all sorts of reasons – business and companionship – it must be acknowledged that, on the other hand, brilliant this ability is, as always, a flaw in the system.
Let's take the relationship & dad & # 39; for example. Everyone has one; He is a busy man, an international customer who lives abroad not so much that his information is great. When you have two phone numbers, two work phones, home numbers, email addresses, two calls online calls, four social networking handles and mailing space on the page missing something, digital is the way forward. Due to the nature of the smartphone, these accounts and information are related, so data such as names are shared. Most people save their dad in the phone under the name "dad" but social networking handles will be their name, obviously. This interferes with microscopy called positive and you often end up with a strange hybrid of a name that is less than adequate.
Source by Richard John Cowell