Do you dislike wasting time in traffic? Do you typically avoid delaying your reply to an e-mail? Are you not exactly thrilled about always having to work from the same location? You clearly have a profile suited for mobile data. Always on is your philosophy. Your smartphone is your alter-ego. Below, we lay out three benefits that make all the difference.
You don’t like it when a business you’ve sent a message to takes hours to respond. So how can you make your clients or customers wait for you? Always being on the ball means you need to have constant access to your business data and applications. To achieve this you have come to rely on mobile data. No matter where you are, even when abroad, you can consult everything you need to keep your projects moving along.
By using mobile data, you can react to any query from anywhere you are. You can therefore avoid the traffic jams the radio is always talking about. Did you schedule a meeting? No problem, with videoconferencing, it’s easy. Even your daily train commute can be put to good use by reading up on e-mails in advance and ticking some items off your to-do list. Now, that’s what we call boosting your productivity.
Increasing productivity by 16% means an employee can spend 6.4 hours on other tasks every week.
Ericsson Mobility Report 2017
You have more freedom as to how you organise your workday and have the ability to deal with the ebb and flow of your professional life; it all works to your advantage. It also benefits your family and friends. You have a better balance between your professional life and private life. By listening to your favourite Spotify list on your train journey to work, you can arrive relaxed. Put simply, you decide where your priorities lie and allocate the time required without having to think about it.
With mobile Internet, you have three amazing benefits to play the game of life the way you see fit, without rules that don’t suit you. Smartphone, tablet, laptop: you are not coming to the office … the office is coming to you!
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