Tablets In Business

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Tablets a Top Trend, But Management and Security Are Key Concerns

Businesses are refocusing their mobile strategies and turning to tablets. While worldwide annual tablet shipments may top 120 million in 2015, according to ABI Research, more than 22% of companies in the US have already formally deployed tablets. In addition, 78% plan to do so by 2013.

Those numbers don’t include unofficial tablet usage in the enterprise, which may well account for the majority of business tablet activity and is spurred by tablet owners eager to bring their new devices to work, in the spirit of consumerization

As a result of this rapid growth, corporate executives are determined not to make the same mistakes made with smartphones, which were originally dismissed as expensive toys, as noted by a Gartner vice president earlier this year. “They are also more willing to see that they don’t need to supply and manage every device that employees use at work,” he added.

The TechnologyGuide Tablets in Business special report will look at the use of tablets by businesses to extend information resources, enhance mobile assets and create a more info-centric workforce through highly mobile systems and applications. In the coming weeks, TabletPCReview will examine the latest trends and developments in enterprise tablet technology, including:

  • Reviews and analysis of new and emerging tablet systems and applications
  • Issues facing companies related to deploying, managing and securing tablet devices
  • Making the business case for tablets and defining tablet ROI

Tablets are rapidly becoming an accepted standard by businesses looking to deploy systems that can be used by a wide cross section of employees to tap into internal and external information resources. Join us in exploring the bold new world of tablet use and productivity, mobile apps, and enterprise mobility.

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