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(From BusinessWorld (Philippines))
Byline: Maricel E. Estavillo
Most executives now believe that mobile technologies, which can allow employees to telecom-mute or work outside the office, can actually help improve their businesses' productivity.
In a recent survey, 75% of 222 companies also said they were already allowing their employees to work using cellular phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), and notebook computers.
The Asia-Pacific Business Mobility survey was made by research firm IDC Corp. for networking company Avaya, Inc. The tele-phone-based survey covered 2,000 business and technology decision-makers across 11 countries in …