Enterprise Mobility Summit 2014: Google Glass 'mainly a marketing implement'

Danny Palmer
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Bidwells' IT director, Philip van Enis, questions enterprise case for Google Glass

Google Glass is currently nothing more than a marketing exercise, but if properly developed, the technology could have a lot more potential for enterprise use in future. That's the view of Phili...

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