One of the RSS feeds I subscribe to, Nyquist Capital (dslreports.com) carried an item from Nielson which reports Neilson’s latest data on consumers who have ditched their landlines and gone totally mobile. There’s a lot of discussion on that blog about what it all means but it provoked, in my mind, a different sort of question.
I talk with clients often about designing their “office of the future” and wireless “everything” comes up in the discussion. I can’t imagine wireless “everything”, at least not in the next few years; wireless power is still in the research phase. But what percentage of your employees will go “wireless” for on-premises telephony? It was only a few years ago that I had clients tell me it was nuts to put in wifi for data everywhere — but resistance to that trend seems to have evaporated. What about wireless voice?
What proportion of your employee population does not have a landline phone and how far do you see that trend extending over the next few years?
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