Mobile recycling could help your business
7 May 2010 — 7:00 PM
Mobile recycling with Envirofone may be an option worth considering for businesses that would like to take advantage of the latest technology.
Employees at Proctor and Gamble (P&G) will soon be able to use their smartphones to print emails and presentations, helping to keep them productive while on the move.
Companies could also find the internet access offered by new phones to be convenient to keep in touch when out of the office via a range of methods.
Filippo Passerini, chief information officer at P&G and president of global business services, said: "We have more than 20,000 employees using mobile devices, so taking the hassle out of working on the road is also going to boost employee satisfaction and efficiency."
Companies may soon find that it is easier to contact their staff thanks to a joint venture between Nokia and Microsoft - Communicator Mobile application - as it will allow them to see status updates and get in touch via the most appropriate method, be it email, text message, instant message or phone call.
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