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The Debate Rages: Mobile Technology Good for Work Life Balance or Not?

BlackberryRecent posts (see, e.g., here and here) have presented both sides of the debate on whether mobile technologies improve work life balance or not. Some say the technologies keep employees tethered to the office 24/7, while others argue that the ability to communicate with the office and clients anytime, anywhere is liberating.

In a new survey out of the UK, 73% of respondents said that they have seen an improvement in their work/life balance as a result of using mobile technologies. We note that this survey was commissioned by Damovo UK, which provides mobile communication technologies to businesses. Any bias there?

Readers - what do you have to say? Are mobile computing technologies good or bad for work life balance? Please share your thoughts via the comments link below.

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