Organizations are starting to focus on more sophisticated and valuable applications of wireless data networks, In-S...
December 20, 2006
Organizations are starting to focus on more sophisticated and valuable applications of wireless data networks, In-Stat reports.
In addition, the number of users in 2006 having at least one wireless data application in the field has increased significantly, the high-tech market research firm says.
Most organizations start with basic applications such as wireless e-mail and virtual private networks (VPNs), but the larger and more experienced organizations have plans for more sophisticated solutions.
“The widespread adoption of wireless data technology, which has been forecast as expanding quickly ‘two years from now’ since the late 1970s, is finally here,” says Bill Hughes, In-Stat analyst.
“The nature of the productivity benefits vary by vertical market, but the value is universal.”