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  • How are our Big 4 issues impacting your business? Singapore Bogota Hong Kong  Already Influencing My Corporate Strategy. 36% 41% 49%  Being Considered As Part Of My Corporate Strategy. 51% 48% 43%  Not Being Considered. 12% 7% 7%  Not Seen As Important 1% 4% 1%© British Telecommunications plc
  • Which issue do you believe is most important to yourbusiness at the moment? Singapore Bogota Hong Kong  Unbalanced Economy 27% 31% 37%  Instant Globalisation 29% 28% 34%  The Power of the Individual 26% 33% 11%  The End to Limitless Resources 18% 8% 18%© British Telecommunications plc
  • Which issue do you think will be most important to yourbusiness in two years’ time? Singapore Bogota Hong Kong  Unbalanced Economy 25% 8% 35%  Instant Globalisation 32% 16% 36%  The Power of the Individual 32% 16% 16%  The End to Limitless Resources 11% 59% 13%© British Telecommunications plc
  • How much more business are you doing in emerging andhigh-growth markets than you were 5 years ago? Singapore Hong Kong  10% more 10%  20% more 19%  30% more 28%  Greater than 30% more 43%© British Telecommunications plc
  • How committed are you to doing business in marketswhere you are not currently active? Are you: Singapore Hong Kong  About to enter new markets 24%  Planning to enter new markets 32%  Considering entry to new markets 36%  Not considering new market entry 8%© British Telecommunications plc
  • Rate the importance of robust network infrastructure tonew market entry. Is it: Singapore Hong Kong  Imperative 44%  Significant 50%  Marginal 4%  Not important 2%© British Telecommunications plc
  • Is your company’s current attitude to BYOD: Singapore Hong Kong  Very prescriptive 27%  Fairly prescriptive 42%  Very liberal 8%  Fairly liberal 23%© British Telecommunications plc
  • Is your company’s understanding of the issues aroundBYOD: Singapore Hong Kong  Cutting edge 9%  Increasing but not cutting edge 50%  Somewhat limited 27%  Very limited 14%© British Telecommunications plc
  • At senior level, does your company view BYOD as: Singapore Hong Kong  Imperative for attracting high calibre talent 4%  Important for attracting high calibre talent 39%  Marginal for attracting high calibre talent 34%  Unimportant for attracting high calibre talent 23%© British Telecommunications plc
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