Mobile applications are changing and nowadays most people carry multiple devices: Both mobiles and tablets," said Bashar Bashaireh, regional sales director, Gulf and Pakistan, at Aruba Networks, a networking vendor selling enterprise wireless LAN and edge access networking equipment.
also suggested that people belonging to several industries and work profiles can fall into this system of working.
"People from lawyers, clients and partners, people in marketing, sales, and CEOs, CFOs and colleagues working in different time zones have been 'working on the go'.
It's not limited to multimillion dollar industries," he
In a survey conducted by Aruba Networks
, it was stated that almost 84 per cent of the people surveyed population in the UAE carry three devices and above, which is one among the highest globally.
"It also stated that 48 per cent of the surveyed population would like to work from home and some of them are even willing to sacrifice a small premium of extra income for a flexible working environment," added Bashaireh
Wireless networks must be stable, smart, secure, and simple, according to Bashaireh
"A wireless network needs to be simple.
If you're a mobile user, it should not take you hours to log in to the network.
One of our products - SimpleAir - provides employees a single sign in on their mobile devices, which helps them log in easily into the network and access data," he