Like many professionals, the first thing I do in the morning is access my smartphone, check weather, read new email, review my daily schedule, and grab a cup of coffee. I’m online at the crack of dawn, and I generally don’t have to think about my network connection. But if I don’t have Internet access for some reason, it immediately becomes an annoyance and an inconvenience.
If you are a mobile worker, you understand how frustrating it can be when your network connection drops. You often have to log in to everything again—including multiple networks and apps—possibly losing what you were working on. After all, what good is your smartphone or laptop without network access?