Tablets in 2020: The Impact on Your Business

Cookies Tablets have experienced a huge surge in popularity since the release of the iPad in 2010, not just for consumers, but for companies too. So how will they shape your business in years to come?

The tablet Market --

In this week’s global roundup, we explore what the tablet landscape could look like in 2020. Based on our own research, we’ll tell you what we think the future will look like, and we’ll also explain how to build a bring your own device (BYOD) infrastructure to cope with the influx of tablet devices.

What Do Tablets Mean for Businesses?

We know that IT and business professionals are fond of using tablets – in fact, our research shows that 71% already own tablets, and of those that don’t 90% are intending to buy one over the next 12 months. If they’re all planning on using these devices for work, there are a lot of thing businesses need to consider. In this blog post, Kathryn Cave looks at how the growth of tablets could affect your business, and discusses how tablets could shape businesses between now and 2020. Read the blog now.
Kathryn Cave (Global) – Tablets 2020

Which Tablets are Leading the Way in Businesses?

With business and IT professionals clamouring to buy tablets, the market only looks set to grow over the next few years. By reading this brand new report by IDG Connect, you’ll find out business and IT professionals’ buying intentions, and learn which tablets are set to lead the way in the future. Find out what the future of the tablet market holds and what it could mean for your business.
The Global Shift To Android: Business & IT Professionals provided by IDG
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How Can You Enable a BYOD Environment?

With a growing number of professionals using tablet devices for work, it’s important for businesses to have a strategy in place to support employees with tablets and deal with the challenges that could arise. This white paper can help you implement a bring your own device (BYOD) strategy to help secure your organization and enable your employees to safely use tablets for work. Download the paper here.
Enabling Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) in the Enterprise provided by Airwatch
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