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Deloitte - on boarding phones, 3G, Tablets

 
#1 Deloitte - on boarding phones, 3G, Tablets
17/03/2013 12:31

Coolcat

Hi

I have a question for experienced consultants who spend 90% of their time on client site. Deloitte part of their onboarding process ask what you want from a list of phones, 3G device and tablet you want.

My question is what does everyone else use when connecting back into work. For example use the iphone and the hotspot facility or have a separate 3G device?

I know many clients will permit using their network connection for day to day use but may prevent VPN back out. However, this is subject to any agreements put in place.

What does everyone use? What works best for you ?

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#2 RE: Deloitte - on boarding phones, 3G, Tablets
18/03/2013 16:35

IrishMC to Coolcat (#1)

I work on site most of the time.

Use a combination of

Outlook web and phone for emails

Laptop with 3G card for accessing internal systems (time sheets etc)

Don't know of anyone who has went for a tablet.

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#3 RE: Deloitte - on boarding phones, 3G, Tablets
18/03/2013 17:41

noel to IrishMC (#2)

I have seen a couple of people with the Galaxy Note but you will need to use it as your phone so it is quite big!

You have a 3G card in your laptop as mentioned..

No one on my intake got a blackberry - then it seemed to be 70% iphone, 30% Samsung S3 - both use the Good app to connect to email

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