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Definitions[]

Broadband[]

Mobility refers to a user's ability to access a broadband system anytime and anywhere. Mobility depends on the ability of a user to roam without the signal dropping or degrading.

Telework[]

Mobility is

the ability of employees, enabled by information technology, to perform their work in areas other than an assigned office or workstation.[1]

Overview[]

In the mobile world, there is a greater tendency to need to share networks, making the ability to interconnect a vital component of the mobile experience.

References[]

  1. GAO, Federal Real Property: Selected Agencies Plan to Use Workforce Mobility to Reduce Space, but Most Efforts Are Too New to Have Realized Savings, at 1 n.2 (Oct. 2013) (GAO Report GAO-14-41) (full-text).

See also[]

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