What The Post-PC Era Really Means
Technological And Social Forces Revolutionize Computing Product Strategy
May 17, 2011
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When Steve Jobs refers to Apple's "post-PC" product portfolio, we hear more than just a buzzword. The post-PC era is real, and its consequences will revolutionize computing product strategy. In this report, we define the post-PC era and the stages in which post-PC product strategies will develop.
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Models and Calculators
- Tablets — Like Netbooks And Laptops — Are Living-Room And Bedroom Devices
Table of Contents
- The "Post-PC" Era: More Than Semantics, It's A New Age For Product Strategy
- Post-PC Product Strategy Will Evolve In Three Stages
- Transform Your Product Portfolio For The Post-PC Era
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