The Business Case for Tablets

By Lori Castle, Editor in Chief
— April 11, 2013

http://mobileenterprise.edgl.com/cms/getattachment/79e5458c-eea8-4aed-a346-01ffb1790259/ME_TL_0413_teaser.jpg?versionhistoryid=120855&chset=2fd5881d-1fc3-4f76-8f5b-165fa695453bWhat started as an executive tool, is now creating a fundamental shift in the enterprise. Tablets bring the "wow" factor to work and everybody wants one, but the device type must fit the use case, and this form factor comes with the same issues around process and management as any mobile technology in business.


This report includes:
  • Questions to Consider First
  • Ready vs. Custom Apps
  • Tablet Market Overview
  • Evolution of Tablets
  • and more...
Find out which employees and what functions can best be enabled by a tablet solution and what is the ROI. 

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