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Seamless mobility:more than it seems

Bertil Thorngren (Professor, at Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden.)
Per Andersson (Associate Professor, at Stockholm School of Economics, Stockholm, Sweden.)
Erik Bohlin (Erik Bohlin is Associate Professor at the Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg, Sweden.)
Magnus Boman (Professor at the Royal Institute of Technology and Senior Researcher at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Stockholm, Sweden)


ISSN: 1463-6697

Article publication date: 1 June 2004



The five papers in this special issue have been selected from presentations held at the 2003 Mobility Roundtable, held at Stockholm. Looks at the inevitable merge of the tele‐centric and data‐centric world and mobile Internet and how they have enabled mobile access in both professional and personal lifestyles. Evaluates demand, supply and culture. Opines that with future developments hard to predict new actors from other sectors, such as hotels and restaurants could, by merging their interests, provide a seamless roaming service. Conclusions drawn are that conceptions of mobility in all lifestyles will be broadened to expect an environment of continuous usage.



Thorngren, B., Andersson, P., Bohlin, E. and Boman, M. (2004), "Seamless mobility:more than it seems", info, Vol. 6 No. 3, pp. 169-171.



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