Broadband: Work is what you do, not where you go

The mobile workforce is driving strong demand for greater broadband speeds and feeds, writes Deirdre Cashion.

26th January, 2014
Alan Foy, chief executive with IP telephony services company Blueface: said new 4G technology would be a game-changer

We're a connected nation with an always-on' technology culture that pervades every aspect of our daily lives.

According to a recent report by Eircom, 24 per cent of us check our email first thing in the morning and 18 per cent last thing at night. On average, adults have access to four online devices at home.

This consumerisation of IT or the blurring of lines between the personal and professional is gathering pace and it's enabled by...

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