Definitions Edit

Nomadicity means that

a user can access personal network services from different locations using a range of devices such as fixed-line phones, mobile phones and computers.[1]
the ability of people to move easily from place to place, retaining access to a rich set of services while they're moving, at intermediate stops, and at their destination.[2]

Overview Edit

"Nomadicity will make work patterns less fixed in time and space. This will create major challenges for both employers and employees. Making working life and education more sustainable in terms of working and studying from home intensifies the need for realising the nomadicity that ICT can provide."[3]

References Edit

  1. Next Generation Telecoms Networks, at 1.
  2. Nomadicity in the NII, Introduction.
  3. Future Networks and the Internet, at 5.

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