A growing percentage of business isn't conducted inboardrooms or offices anymore. Today, due in large part to thegrowth of wireless communications, business is being done anywhereand everywhere--in the airport, on the golf course, or even in theback seat of a taxi.
Wireless technologies like pagers and cellular phones used to bea luxury for small-business owners. No more. Considering the sharpdeclines in pricing and the improved quality of recent years,wireless communications are a viable option for every smallcompany. "Wireless is coming to the masses,' saysIain Gillott, director of wireless and broadband networking withIDC/Link, a technology research firm in New York City. "Moreand more people are buying it.'
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