Smartphones And Telecommuting: Workforce Technology Adoption 2009
October 20, 2009
Why Read This Report
There is pent-up demand for smartphone support. Today, only 11% of US information workers (iWorkers) use a smartphone at work, but nearly three times that many say that they use their own mobile phones for work. The logic is clear: Smartphones and laptops unshackle work from location. And that means that if companies support these devices, they get more time and productivity out of their staff. Teleworkers also give back to their employers: On average, they work 2 hours more per week than office workers.
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Table of Contents
- Smartphones = More Work, More Places, More Productivity
- Location Flexibility = Mobility + Access
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