Many employees are working up to 20 additional hours per week unpaid as a result of bring your own device (BYOD) policies adopted by their firms.
via BYOD makes employees work extra 20 hours unpaid – ComputerworldUK.com.
Skype was the most popular video communications technology, with 70 percent of mobile workers using it as their first preference, and 36 percent used a Cisco platform. This was followed by 29 percent who preferred to use Apple’s FaceTime, and 13 percent chose Google’s Gmail video chat.
“People want to use their own smart phones and tablets for work, but that practice can create major headaches for businesses’ IT departments,” says Chris Hill, part of AT&T’s Advanced Mobility Solutions group. “Toggle helps resolve the issue in a simple, affordable manner.”
via One Smart Phone, Two Personalities – Technology Review.
No doubt someone will get a patent for this — for multiple users on a single device — something that has been going on since the first mainframe.