If applied with care, forethought and consultation, hot-desking it can be a solution right across your company. But the issues are far-reaching - not least of which is selecting the right technology
By Manek Dubash
| November 14, 2003 -- 12:45 GMT (04:45 PST)
| Topic: Mobility
Reolink Argus 2, First Take: Good-value wireless security camera with improved power and imaging options
AVM Fritz!Box 7590 review: Flagship wireless router with VDSL supervectoring and MU-MIMO
Reolink Argus security camera, First Take: Weather-proof and battery-powered
AVM Fritz!Box 4040, First Take: A fast and reliable dual-band Wi-Fi router
iPhone XS Max first impressions: It's big, but not too big
Does the biggest iPhone ever make a good first impression? Let's look.
iPhone XS and XS Max reveals some battery surprises
A teardown of Apple's new iPhone XS reveals a battery that's smaller than in last year's iPhone X.
Windows 10 Mobile's last gasp? Wileyfox revives its dead Windows 10 phone
Back by popular demand, apparently, and the Wileyfox Pro now costs around $100, down from $260.
Brazilian mobile market slows in H1 2018
Factors ranging from the diesel crisis to the dollar hike prompted a consumption slowdown, says IDC
KT and Nuance to co-develop voice recognition service for cars
KT and Nuance will co-develop voice recognition service for cars aimed at the South Korean market.
Optus confirms mobile outage
Services have now been restored.
Nokia moves on public safety networks
Mophie 30-day wireless challenge: Staying powered up without a cable connection
iPhone XS, XS Max, XR specs: Battery size, RAM details revealed in new filings
The iPhone XS Max has the largest-capacity battery of any iPhone, but the iPhone XR lasts longest.