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Tablets in the enterprise: five steps for successful adoption

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By George Appling and Wayne White

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Tablet devices will give enterprises a competitive advantage according to this in-depth��report from Booz&Co.

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The enormous popularity of tablet computers among consumers is forcing enterprises of all sizes to accept them as part of their technology arsenal as well.

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While companies bought just 5 percent of all tablets sold in 2010, that figure is expected to double, to 10 percent, by 2015.

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So far, much of this activity has been driven from the top down, beginning with top executives and board members of large enterprises.

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But that will likely change soon, as the productivity gains from new ways of using the devices become clearer.

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Device makers who wish to compete in the enterprise market, however, must offer the right combination of advanced features, if they are to attract the attention of CIOs.

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Meanwhile tablet prices will come down, security will be improved, and a wide variety of software will become available to create as well as to consume content.

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We expect that the productivity gains to be had will be significant���indeed, companies embracing tablet computers early will soon be seen as having a distinct competitive advantage over their slower rivals.

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Click on the button below to download the full report

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Booz & Company is a leading global management consulting firm, helping the world's top businesses, governments, and organizations.

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
Apr 1, 2021
Published:
Jun 27, 2012
Format:
PDF
Type:
Essential Guide

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