Smartphones 'helping to support flexible working'23 June 2011 13:40:14
The flexible working practices of UK businesses are being supported with the help of smartphone devices, it is suggested, which might interest the likes of memory cards users.
Smartphone-supported flexible working is on the increase, according to Heather McLean, editor of Smart Gorillas.
Noting the extent to which the products could boost flexible working even more in the future, Ms McLean stated: "With the power and agility of today’s smartphones, it would be easy to see small and medium-sized businesses (up to, say 50 workers) moving 100 per cent to flexible working."
HTC and RIM are among the firms whose products are helping firms to focus on flexible working, she added, along with Apple.
This month has seen Apple confirm details of its new iWork business application software.
People using the software will be able to use their iPhones to access things like Word files, in addition to spreadsheets and PowerPoint documents.
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