IVIS-8 Innovation oppty, wireless charging – Computerworld

How will this emerging technology impact IT?  Will the use of this increase or decrease power consumption in DC’s?  General office facilities?  What will widespread use of this technology mean to employee health?  Will every traditional office cube receive this capability?

Lot of questions and no answers on my end, yet, but something IT should be thinking about or having someone provide a  future impact analysis.

Samsung uses Qi charging for Galaxy S4, but sees A4WP as the future – Computerworld.

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