Signal in the City - why patchy mobile phone reception can be a deal-breake
The relationship between technology and productivity has long been a focus of debate. Whether it's having access to a faster processor inside a computer, using broadband on the go or simply making sure employees have access to a mobile phone (or smart phone) - the options for enhancing an employee's efficiency while working are almost endless. When looking at the mobile phone in particular, employees are not only able to make and receive calls, they can also keep up to date with emails on the go and use mobile applications to keep on top of administration work when out of the office.
Patchy mobile phone reception can be a deal breaker. Martin Lyne describes a new solution to the low signal problem taken up by Peters & Peters
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