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The Good And Bad Of Tablets At Work
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Peter Fretty
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Peter Fretty,
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6/19/2013 | 5:14:08 PM
re: The Good And Bad Of Tablets At Work
The biggest benefit I have seen in this consumerization-based trend is the opportunity for IT work closer with the user base. With the form factor, people have embraced tablets at a rate we have not seen before with a new technology. This means IT has a renewed opportunity to introduce potential productivity enhancements to a welcome space. Of course success means starting with a strategy that makes sense to all involved and embracing tools (i.e. WorkSpace) that can empower rather than inhibit this exciting new environment.

-- Peter Fretty, IDG blogger working on Aruba Networks' behalf.
Laurianne
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6/19/2013 | 4:26:30 PM
re: The Good And Bad Of Tablets At Work
The iPads on airplanes example is interesting (remember, this is an industry known for legacy IT and custom (expensive) software projects.) "It was something doable, within our reach to show ROI for the company." Isn't that a sentiment many of you would like to share about your tablet projects?

Let's hear some other examples of how you're changing customer experience with tablets.

Laurianne McLaughlin
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