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Features: Enabling the iWorker

Enabling mobility for your workforce isn't something to leave for tomorrow, because if you do, tomorrow will never come, writes Emmet Ryan.

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

24th November, 2013

For all the talk of companies looking to become more mobile and enable their staff to work anywhere, there's a worrying lack of action behind it. A recent survey by document management firm Ricoh found that 63 per cent of workers in Britain and Ireland won't have the technology they need to fully embrace the mobile age by 2018.

''That's where companies need to engage more. It's such a big transition, this digital transformation journey,'' said Chas...

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