Suffolk in the City: Connectivity and Productivity

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February 26, 2013, 9:27 am
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(NECN: Ashley Cullinane, Boston) - While technological advancements can be very usefulin business, studies have shown that constant connection can slow productivity.

Do the benefits outweigh the detriments?

"In this day and age, if you're not using technology, you're falling behind," opined one man on the street.

"I'd say I use the Internet for about 10 percent work and 90 percent leisure," said another.

Student reporter Ashley Cullinane has more.

Tags: Suffolk University, technology, productivity, Suffolk in the city, Connectivity, Ashley Cullinane
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