A decade ago, when the iPhone was introduced, few would have guessed the ways in which the digital world would end up permeating so many areas of our lives. There were hints – the growing ubiquity of email, the budding shoots of social media such as Facebook – but the smartphone took the ‘always-on’ connectivity we thought we wanted for the freedom to work flexibly to a new level.
For every benefit that tech has brought, such as remote working, the ability to respond quickly or send emails on the move, there is the ever-present danger of connection overload. Our burgeoning inboxes a...
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