Thursday, January 19

Technology "confusion"?

Wi-fi slow to enthuse consumers
According to a survey for electronics giant Toshiba, only a handful of people use a laptop to go online when they are outside of the home.

"'Many users appear to be failing to capitalise on the opportunities presented to them through mobility,' said Steve Crawley, head of mobile strategy at Toshiba.

'Consumers who are only using their devices in the home are missing out on huge opportunities to benefit from technologies which can dramatically improve their working lives,' he said.

[BUT...]

Nearly 90% said the big disadvantage of wireless working was that it meant they worked longer hours.

The majority said their laptops meant they worked an extra hour or two each week but a fifth said their extra hours were as high as 10 per week."

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