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Executive Q&A: Tablets In The Enterprise In 2011

Answering Your Questions About Tablets, Security, Apps, And More

March 22, 2011

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In just 12 months, iPad has redefined expectations of what a computer should be: instant-on, highly portable, all-day batteries, always-connected, and app-driven. And Apple has sold 15 million iPads in 2010, clear proof of their value. How many of those 15 million iPads are coming to work every day? Probably half of them. We know you're feeling the pressure. And based on hundreds of conversations about tablets in the past year, we know that most CIOs and their teams have more questions than answers about tablets in the enterprise. We collected the 10 most common questions to give some early answers and point you and your teams towards our most recent mobile research. The time to plan a tablet strategy is now.

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Table of Contents

  • 1. What are the business benefits of tablets?
  • 2. Which tablets do we need to support in 2011?
  • 3. Do tablets replace laptops or are they a "third device?"
  • 4. What's the status of tablet security and eDiscovery?
  • 5. How do we manage tablets with an enterprise app store?
  • 6. How do we develop new tablet apps? Does HTML5 help?
  • 7. How do we port existing business applications to tablets?
  • 8. What's the future of bring-your-own tablets?
  • 9. What about unified communications on tablets?
  • 10. How can we keep up with the wireless access requirements?

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