Super-fast mobile broadband can help businesses manage their workforces, both on-site and out in the field, O2 has claimed.
The mobile broadband provider said that for an increasing number of companies, mobile connectivity is "vital to business success".
"Over time, the development of mobile technology has made staying connected even easier and more cost-effective," O2 stated.
But it said the recent launch of 4G mobile broadband "has opened the floodgates" to a wave of new and exciting ways to work.
This can help serve customers more efficiently, enhance internal processes and make more agile decisions wherever employees are, O2 added.
The broadband provider said both the speed and stability of 4G connections are making a big difference to business users - whether they are using laptops, tablets or other mobile devices.
"4G will also help organisations to reduce travel costs, as employees won’t need to move around to communicate with one another or collaborate effectively across dispersed teams," O2 noted.
The firm added that online collaboration tools - such as unified communications platforms and web conferencing - work "much better" with 4G, providing users with a more seamless experience.