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Reg Technology Panel The continued evolution of the mobile business has made terms like "out of the office" almost feel redundant.

Employees have, or at least want, the ability to communicate wherever and whenever the need arises, and if you believe the marketing campaigns that accompany these developments, each step brings us closer to "enhanced productivity levels" and "increased ROI". But is this the reality?

Once again, we are calling on readers of The Register to provide opinion and comment on mobile business solutions and their current and planned implementation levels.

Is your entire workforce really using email on the move? And if they are, just how much of a pain is it?

The survey should only take around 10 minutes of your time and the results will be published on The Register soon.

Click here to get started. ®

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