Opinion: UK Cities Can't Afford to Lag Behind in Connectivity Race
In the age of the ‘always on’ executive, employees are expected to be contactable, connected and communicating 24/7. However, there are still pockets of Britain where that expectation is far from a reality.
Despite living in this hyper-connected age, most people have had the extremely frustrating experience of being unable to connect to the wifi of the office, coffee shop or co-working space they are working from. If connectivity is the Achilles’ heel of our age, just imagine the impact this could have on fledgling schemes, such as smart cities, smart streets and smart buildings, as they all start exchanging data – and lots of it.
Read the full article on Property Week here.