In the last year, tablets have come to the forefront of the technology industry, and the popularity of devices like the innovative iPad 2 and the low-cost Samsung Galaxy Tab has led many companies to wonder whether tablets can be successfully integrated into their business plans. Though tablets can certainly offer a number of business-related benefits, such as the iPad 2’s mobile videoconferencing capabilities and the Blackberry Playbooks ability to be linked with Blackberry smartphones, the high-cost of buying bulk units makes it difficult for many businesses to make the jump without being sure of the results.
Although tablet technology is still in its early years, it presents countless potential uses in the business world. Apart from the wide range of business-related apps available on each platform, the ease-of-use of tablets make them an obvious choice for customer service and organization. Combined with cloud technology, tablets can also allow employees to access and communicate with large company databases wirelessly from just about anywhere while on the job.
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