Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to tablets
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Predicting the demise of the physical desk has been a bit like predicting the paperless office.

While great in theory, there are many constraints, often personal and social rather than technical, which makes the reality somewhat more complex to achieve.

IT departments are coming under increasing pressure from employees demanding more flexibility.

In this 11-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at the use of tablets in business and how the effect of mass adoption of tablets in the enterprise could be far more significant than either the desktop or laptop computer.  Access >>>

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  • Windows 8 looks to reclaim territory in the enterprise
  • Microsoft takes new approachto Windows app development
  • Microsoft’s business targets

 

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