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The rise of the agile worker

More and more people are demanding here-and-now communications abilities, giving rise to a new age of agility, writes Alex Meehan

3rd April, 2016
Brian Martin, general manager, Blueface Telecom

We live in the new age of the agile worker, and the technology is now here to enable them to work whenever and wherever they want. That’s the message from Blueface Telecom’s general manager Brian Martin, who says that unified communications is now going mainstream, even if it is sometimes hard to define just exactly what it is.

“The agile worker is someone who is mobile, either working remotely from home...

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