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Mobility Infographic

MOBILITY WORK IS NO LONGER A LOCATION, IT'S AN ACTIVITY Mobile workers are corresponding despite location and getting things done unconventionally in the name of productivity. They have taken work calls in the middle of the Irish Sea, in a restroom stall, on a roller coaster, and up in the Himalayas. These are just a few of the many answers given by respondents to a recent ShoreTel survey about where they've answered a work call. You never know when that must-answer call will come next! 45.7% of survey respondents also said "connectivity" was their biggest concern about using mobile devices Implementing workshifting and BYOD policies creates: 73% 62% more agile workforce increased productivity 48% more time with customers ·44% of companies use workshifting and BYOD to retain top talent 45% 111 of employees said they would be willing to accept a lesser-paid job, provided they could use their own smartphone or tablet at work 43% of mobile workers store their smartphone within arms reach when they sleep at night Those that do keep their phones close at night are 60% are more likely on average to wake in the night to check their smartphone 72% of employees would be more likely to respond immediately to an urgent work email than they would be to pretend they didn't see it, beach vacation or not 80% of firms base their business case for deploying BYOD programs on improving worker productivity SShoreTel SOURCES trendmicro.com/cloud-content/us/pdfs/business/white-papers/wp_forrester_measure-value-of-consumerization.pdf tabtimes.com/news/ittech-stats-research/2012/05/09/three-four-companies-support-byod-schemes-infographic citrix.com/site/resources/dynamic/additional/Wakefield_Research_Citrix_Survey_Results_Overview_FINAL.pdf blogs.citrix.com/2012/09/26/the-workplace-of-the-future/ ipass.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/IPass_MWR_02_2011.pdf MOBILITY WORK IS NO LONGER A LOCATION, IT'S AN ACTIVITY Mobile workers are corresponding despite location and getting things done unconventionally in the name of productivity. They have taken work calls in the middle of the Irish Sea, in a restroom stall, on a roller coaster, and up in the Himalayas. These are just a few of the many answers given by respondents to a recent ShoreTel survey about where they've answered a work call. You never know when that must-answer call will come next! 45.7% of survey respondents also said "connectivity" was their biggest concern about using mobile devices Implementing workshifting and BYOD policies creates: 73% 62% more agile workforce increased productivity 48% more time with customers ·44% of companies use workshifting and BYOD to retain top talent 45% 111 of employees said they would be willing to accept a lesser-paid job, provided they could use their own smartphone or tablet at work 43% of mobile workers store their smartphone within arms reach when they sleep at night Those that do keep their phones close at night are 60% are more likely on average to wake in the night to check their smartphone 72% of employees would be more likely to respond immediately to an urgent work email than they would be to pretend they didn't see it, beach vacation or not 80% of firms base their business case for deploying BYOD programs on improving worker productivity SShoreTel SOURCES trendmicro.com/cloud-content/us/pdfs/business/white-papers/wp_forrester_measure-value-of-consumerization.pdf tabtimes.com/news/ittech-stats-research/2012/05/09/three-four-companies-support-byod-schemes-infographic citrix.com/site/resources/dynamic/additional/Wakefield_Research_Citrix_Survey_Results_Overview_FINAL.pdf blogs.citrix.com/2012/09/26/the-workplace-of-the-future/ ipass.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/IPass_MWR_02_2011.pdf

Mobility Infographic

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This infographic explains how mobility is no longer a location but an activity.

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