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IEC Highlights Smartphones Research Report

The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) is offering a white paper that provides an overview of a recent mobile smartphone research study.
"The pace of our lives and the data content in it is increasing exponentially. Millions of people are working outside a typical office setting. Mobile information workers are using numerous tools and processes for collecting data to complete their tasks. Mobile technology advances are converging to improve the tools available for these mobile information workers. The integration of wireless connectivity, found in cell phones and pagers, with computer applications is providing a selection of new and small mobile devices that have shown promise to enhance the effectiveness of a mobile workforce. Wireless mobile devices are seen as tools to improve mobile workforce productivity, reduce operational costs, and increase customer satisfaction. Voice and text messaging remain the killer applications for mobile devices."

The white paper is available online at the IEC.

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