A new world-wide survey from SSI has found that an overwhelming majority of people around the world (95%) are cell phone owners with the lowest rate of ownership in the US.
A recent survey from Motorola confirms the increasingly blurred boundaries between work and social life. According the survey, nearly half of Americans say they’ve been woken at night by a work call, text or email.
Findings from IPass’s latest quarterly Mobile Workforce Report shows that just over a quarter of mobile employees surveyed are using a tablet, typically an iPad, for work.
T-Mobile USA gained its fourth consecutive top ranking in J.D. Power and Associates’ Wireless Retail Sales Satisfaction Study.
According to a recent survey conducted by Mitel, mobile phones will become the dominant communications device in business, with businesses moving to a ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) strategy
Based on the findings of its 2010 year-end Mobile Workforce Report, iPass makes five predictions for enterprise mobility in 2011
iPass’s quarterly Mobile Workforce Report indicate that mobile employees clearly want the latest consumer devices, but at the same time do not know how much their mobile connectivity costs their companies.