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3 Huge Things 5G Connectivity Will Give You
Feb 18, 2020
Whether you like it or not, the 5G revolution has begun and it's coming to a place near you.
5G connectivity will undoubtedly change the way you work from home, at the office or anywhere else.
However, while it may seem like a scary move, there's plenty to be gained from the big switchover.
Here are three HUGE benefits of 5G connectivity:
If you work remotely, you'll know that one of the biggest challenges is relying on internet connections that aren't always, well, reliable.
Just because you're paying for high-speed internet doesn't mean you'll always get what you pay for.
And what about when you're on the move? 5G changes everything. You no longer work at the mercy of the closest WiFi hotspot.
Ultra-fast wireless 5G built into your devices will allow you to connect from virtually anywhere. Slow, unreliable speed will be a thing of the past.
Working from anywhere is great and all, but how about working whilst not being there at all?
5G Virtual and Augmented Reality will open up doors for the future of technology within business.
For example, inspecting a factory in another city in real time, without having to leave your home office, is a viable scenario when you aren't constrained by the speed or reliability of your connection.
In fact, all kinds of work that currently require an employee's physical presence will be able to be done as 5G allows not just remote work but virtual work. That means remote workers will be able to actually interact with and manipulate objects or data from far away, in real time, just as if they were there.
Flexibility in the way you work has been proven to result in increased productivity.
5G connectivity will allow you to stay connected to your business, the people you work with, and the work you do.
5G, in addition to significantly faster data speeds, also means far lower latency.
That's the short delay between the time when you request data and when it starts to download.
5G networks feature almost no latency, meaning that not only can you send more data with a command or interaction, but you can also do it instantly.
The bottom line is that when you're no longer chained to an Ethernet cable or the availability of a WiFi hotspot, the opportunities for staying productive no matter where you work start to become real.
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