BYOD: Enterprise class with designer aesthetics

Traditional hardware manufacturers are fighting back to reclaim their place in the BYOD ecosystem with Windows 8 devices, writes Ian Campbell.

3rd March, 2013
Ben Cranks, pre-sales technical consultant at HP Ireland. Photo: Susan Jefferies

Tablets such as iPads and similar devices will be an integral part of how we conduct business in the future, according to 83 per cent of respondents to a Cisco BYOD survey of executives, making it clear that the consumerisation of IT is a runaway train that no one expects to stop.

The productivity benefits are too good, and who wants to be the stuffy business that fails to attract talented employees because it won't let...

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