Here’s the device your employees want the most

Multiple-Devices-With-Charts-And-GraphsSome 2.5 billion PCs, tablets, ultramobiles, and mobile phones will ship worldwide in 2014, Gartner projects. And as a result, the typical American worker has more device options today than ever before. Workers combine desktops, laptops, tablets, and smartphones to work more quickly, efficiently, and effectively. But what if employees could only choose one of the four? Which device would they want most?

SHI recently commissioned an online survey conducted by Harris Poll among more than 1,000 U.S. employees (aged 18+) to see what device today’s employees would choose if their employer offered to buy them only one for work: a desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. The results revealed a surprising range of preferences, including unexpected distinctions by age, geographical region, and more. Here are the highlights: Continue Reading…

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4 questions employees should ask before buying a Windows tablet for work

More and more, enterprises are trusting employees to choose their own mobile devices and operate them in the workplace, and tablets are at the forefront of this movement. Yet with that choice comes certain variables for the enterprise, namely security, compatibility, licensing, and support.

Existing and upcoming Windows tablets offer much of the performance of traditional desktops and laptops, and their security seamlessly integrates with many existing enterprise systems. The myriad options allow users to adopt a tablet that best fits their work, right out of the box.

Here are four questions that a workforce should ask to help focus its search for a tablet best suited to a particular job and that will fit existing enterprise systems. Continue Reading…

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