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Orchestrating An Enterprise Tablet Strategy That Drives Business Value

In A Fragmenting Device Market, I&O Professionals Must Guide The Tablet Journey

July 1, 2013

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Accustomed to a world where they controlled technology options, infrastructure and operations (I&O) leaders now face a dizzying array of tablets and related devices making their way into the enterprise. While in 2010 only three categories of touchscreen devices were commonly available, today 10 categories are for sale. I&O pros must balance business needs, IT budgets, and worker preferences as they determine which tablets, hybrids, or convertibles the company should provide to its employees. At the same time, they must navigate a greater diversity of platforms and form factors that workers are bringing to work themselves via bring-your-own-device (BYOD). This report will help I&O pros with how to connect on a deeper level with business leaders and workers to succeed at managing the tablet wave.

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Table of Contents

  • Business Value Continues To Drive Adoption Of Tablets
  • I&O Pros Must Guide — Not Dictate — Tablet Choices
  • Help Your Firm Navigate The Complex, Fragmented Device Landscape
  • Guide Your Business And Workers Through Platform Choices
  • RECOMMENDATIONS

  • Connect With Business And Worker Needs For Tablet Success
  • WHAT IT MEANS

  • Many Of Today's Form Factors Will Fail
  • Supplemental Material
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