Early last month, I had the privilege of moderating a thought-provoking roundtable on the social and business challenges of an ever-increasing mobile work force. Hosted by IP-telephony leader Avaya, the roundtable brought together academics, market analysts, communications, IT executives and customers, and media. If there was any one conclusion from the two-hour sess......Full article >>>
communications opportunities had cost their businesses direct revenue.
If technology allowed workers to complete their workload one hour earlier every day, 42 percent said they would use that extra hour to do more work.
Clearly, there are productivity gains to be made through better leveraged communications technology. But there are some odd contradictions, too:
Nearl......Full article >>>
lls and e-mails are focused on customers. In Germany, 18 percent of communications are with bosses, the most of any country surveyed.
58 percent of Americans receive work-related calls outside of normal working hours, not so bad when you learn that 97 percent of Australians receive out of hours calls on a regular basis. German workers reported the lowest number at only 35 percent.
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