Energy and utilities companies across the world will accelerate investments in mobile technologies to empower their front-line workers in the field, according to new research which reveals that rapid adoption of rugged mobile devices and tablets is expected over the next five years.
Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, is to undertake a new inquiry into the supply of electricity in the national electricity market, with a focus on the prices consumers — both business and households — are paying for electricity and the underlying factors for any significant price movements.
The trend of telecoms and energy companies converging could be a sign for telecoms that communications services are well on their way to becoming a utility, according to one global analyst firm.
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