What’s Driving the Demand for In-Building Mobile Signal Enhancement The Evolution of Mobile When the mobile phone was first produced, customers were amazed that it was even possible to transmit and receive a call without a physical wire attaching the telephone to the exchange. Admittedly, the telephone was the size and weight of a small
Tourists, guests, and business travelers spend a lot of the stay time on their smartphone. Many hotel chains, including Hilton, are starting to offer keyless check-in services and door entry through mobile apps. Increasingly hotel guests will use their smartphone for more and more services such as booking room service and ordering food and drink.
BYOD – Bring-Your-Own-Device Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) has become a commonly discussed concept in enterprise organisations, but we’re yet to see widespread adoption; however, the trends are all suggesting that the next few years might see that change. A 2017 study by Cisco found that 69% of IT decision-makers were in favour of BYOD, and research conducted
Poor mobile signal creates friction and frustration for users When it comes to mobile voice and data, these days we expect things to work – just work – wherever we are and however we move in and out of buildings. However, this presents challenges for property managers and owners because, depending on the building, it
What’s Driving the Demand for In-Building Mobile Signal Enhancement (Part 2)Mobile users expectations are changing! When it comes to mobile voice and data, our expectations are changing. Our requirements are changing. Our behaviours are changing. But what is driving these changes? What do people want? What do they need? And is there a middle ground where