One would be hard-pressed to name a technology at present that is getting as much attention as 5G. 5G stands for the fifth generation of mobile wireless connectivity, and it promises data transfer speeds 10 to 100 times faster than 4G, with much lower communication latency (meaning reduced load times). 5G carries with it the potential to revolutionise our traditional idea of workplaces – from a centralised workforce in an office building to a largely remote, virtually-connected work population. How can businesses prepare themselves for the upcoming wave of changes and navigate the brand new legal landscape of 5G?
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