King, Agnes
November 2007
BRW;11/15/2007, Vol. 29 Issue 45, p35
Trade Publication
The article focuses on handheld devices or mobile data, one of the applications or technologies that encourage strong business growth, cost reduction and drive business innovation in Australia. Handheld devices are achieving some of the fastest return rates of any newly adopted technology because of the productivity gains of having access to date on the run.


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