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61% of decision makers say that improving roaming experience is a top priority for the next 3 years. With data consumption increasing rapidly, restrictions on how employees use mobile devices when working overseas are routinely imposed. Although this is a natural reaction, it can be counterproductive, and ad-hoc solutions, such as using public WiFi, do not solve the problem. This white paper explores the drivers for mobility overseas, uncovers the problems faced by staff working away from home and reveals how you can help your employees stay connected.

To work effectively and efficiently, business travellers need to get to work as soon as they get off the plane. Being able to use the same devices, with the same easy connectivity as they enjoy at home would make working abroad easier and more productive.

With data consumption increasing rapidly, restrictions on how employees use mobile devices when working overseas are routinely imposed. Although this is a natural reaction, it can be counterproductive, and ad-hoc solutions, such as using public Wi-Fi, do not solve the problem. They can, in fact, make it worse.

What’s needed is a cost-effective solution that allows employees to concentrate on business, without worrying about unexpected roaming or mobile charges, added complexity, or new security threats.

This white paper explores the problems of mobile working while abroad, and shows what enterprises can do to make it easier and more productive for their staff – to maximise connectivity, minimise risk and avoid unexpected bills.