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Practical Technology Will Improve Future

Posted by TeamITI on April 29, 2009

gpswiredAccording to The Harris Poll of 2,355 U.S. adults surveyed online in March, a majority of consumers believe advanced technology could be the answer to many of the challenges the U.S. faces today, whether it is a stalled automobile industry, an ailing education system or expensive medical costs.

While many Americans indicate they do not believe mobile technology enables people to be more productive, 46% of Americans say they only use about half of the features and functionality of their technology devices. It might be that the productivity gains people are seeking are offered by an application or function they have never used or considered.

Joe Porus, Vice president, Harris Interactive Technology group, notes that “…business decision makers (are) much more bullish on technology, especially wireless technology, than consumers… businesses… are increasing their investments in wireless applications and believe a 15% benefit is going right to their bottom line… “

Read more interesting statistics in The Harris Poll’s findings.

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