Inside IT: Devices In The Workplace

October 18th, 2011 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 10 – It’s hard to believe that the first touch-screen smart phone was released only four years ago. That widespread tablet computer use really took off only a year ago. In that short time these mobile devices have become indispensable in the lives of many. We expect service and convenience in a way we didn’t even a couple of years ago. And we bring those expectations to work with us. In this podcast, we look at the variety of devices in the workplace with Michael Breton of Intel’s Innovation and Pathfinding Team. He gives Intel IT’s insight into accommodating the influx of mobile devices that we see now, and preparing for the devices we’ll see in the future.

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