Ok, so perhaps I never got the 3-day-week or the hover-car I was promised by BBC Tomorrow’s World. But I do work for a company that genuinely believes 'work is something you do, not somewhere you go'. We are connected and empowered to work productively wherever/whenever. That flexibility means we don’t miss-out on life’s little moments.
Less time tied to a desk you don’t need. Less time commuting to a place you don’t really need to be. In many ways this is comparable to a shorter traditional working-week. My Company and I are committed to making this a reality for billions more people.
This week has been awash with mobility stories, but a couple have really shown how mobile strategies are positively impacting our everyday lives. EE announced bold plans to launch a 400Mbps 4G LTE network at