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Roots Tech Innovator Challenge PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sharon Howell   
Tuesday, 16 December 2014

LDSTech has teamed up with RootsTech to promote the “RootsTech Innovator Challenge” for 2015. This contest replaces the developer challenge of years past with new emphasis on creating apps that solve a problem identified in the family history industry, or by another business that uses family history data and services.

The challenge officially launched in November 2014. If you want to participate, there is still time to submit an entry before the deadline on January 15, 2015.

Generous cash prizes will be awarded by a renowned panel of judges for the best apps...

 
LDS Maps PDF Print E-mail
Written by Tom Johnson   
Tuesday, 02 September 2008

URL: http://maps.lds.org

Description: Maps.lds.org provides a simplified user interface for locating LDS places of worship anywhere in the world.

The Web application leverages spatial data management technologies from Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) and rich base map support from Google and Microsoft.

Unlike the previous Meetinghouse Locator, the new maps.lds.org provides a more visual, dynamic user experience. You can switch from road to satellite or aerial views, zoom in or out, and drag the map around.

 
Newsletter: July 2010
Friday, 30 July 2010

Gospel Library for BlackBerry (Beta) Now Available

A beta version of the Gospel Library application for BlackBerry is now available. If you have a BlackBerry device that uses OS 4.2.1 or higher, this app will allow you to read the scriptures on the go!

Visit the Mobile Applications page for links and download instructions.

Please download it, tell your friends and family, and let us know what you think by e-mailing us at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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Employee Spotlight: Jim Adams PDF Print E-mail
Written by Cassie McDaniel   
Thursday, 09 July 2009

QuestionJim_Adams

What do you do at the Church?

Answer

As a member of the Information and Communications Systems department (ICS) Mobile Device Team, I help coordinate cellular communications for Church headquarters. That includes ordering cell phones and mobile broadband data cards for laptops, helping employees with an array of phone issues, and generally safeguarding the Church’s investment in this popular business tool.

Question

What role do you think the Mobile Device Team plays in the Church organization?

Answer

We try to make the employees’ mobile device experience as smooth and trouble-free as possible. For example, a lost, damaged, or stolen cell phone can represent a minor tragedy in the life of a citizen of the 21st century! We resolve problems as painlessly as possible by having a small stock of lightly-used surplus devices available for immediate replacement. This minimizes “phoneless” down-time. Without this service, hundreds of dollars would be spent on each replacement phone, so we feel we save the Church significant dollars as we help maximize employee productivity.

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Newsletter: September 2010 PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 01 October 2010

Great Opportunities to Serve

For those who would love to help with various Church projects but don't feel that they have enough technical skills to help on some of the projects on the LDSTech website, the Church has started a beta program called Simply Serving and invites you to get involved. You can get involved by visiting http://simpleacts.lds.org. On this site, you can volunteer on projects that deal with Church publications, multimedia, and translations. Many of the projects on this site can be done easily with minimal time, perfect for those who want to help but can't find large chunks of time in their busy lives.

 
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