The mobility threat

Monday, 5 September 2005, 6:30 PM EST

We live in an era where mobile devices are being used by all levels of society. Today, it is fairly common to see a CEO or a school kid carrying a PDA or mobile phone. According to a survey by Infocomm Authority of Singapore (IDA), the penetration rate of mobile phones in Singapore has grown to 91 percent in 2004. Sophisticated PDA phones and other mobile devices such as the Blackberry are actually miniaturised PCs and they have become ubiquitous.

By Tan Shong Ye and Aloysius Cheang at CIO.

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