Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Impact of Mobile in the Workplace as viewed by The Economist

A new report sponsored by the Mopria (Mobile Printing) Alliance (see "May 2014 Observations - Market Segmentation Among Smartphone Users Who Print?") offers some interesting perspectives on the impact of mobility in today's workforce. Titled "Untethered employees - The Evolution of a wireless workplace", the summary of the research undertaken by The Economist comes up with some interesting results, with at least a little bit directed to the current and future role of hard copy (e.g. "paper remains a presence in many workplaces.")

I am awaiting an interview with Mopria executives, and will share more of what I've gleaned from the report, as well as highlights of my discussion, in the next day or so.

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