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Similar to how smartphones started infiltrating office environments years ago, tablets are increasingly showing up in enterprises. And while these devices can provide considerable functionality and help improve productivity, they can also introduce unforeseen problems to a company and its resources. When looking to implement tablets in your company or trying to find ways to support an existing influx, here are the issues you need to be aware of to make sure you are fully prepared.

The Right Tablet For Your Environment

As tablets continue to get more similar in terms of features and functionality, it may seem like any tablet will work for your employees. But the truth is that even though manufacturers are closing the gap on each other, there are still quite a few things to consider when comparing tablets. For instance, if users are going to be consuming considerable content, it may be helpful to invest in tablets with larger screens. If employees will be using tablets to create content, a keyboard attachment can make productivity faster and easier. But you also may need something that is flexible enough for both uses, so you don’t end up with a device-segmented workplace.

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Published: March 22, 2013
Last Revised: April 9, 2013

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