Tablet computer sales have exploded in the past few years, and for good reason: they’re the perfect devices for busy students and home users looking to stay connected; but they’re also super powerful business tools. Since the BYOD trend has evolved and the modern business environment has become more mobile than ever before, you might be ready to say goodbye to your desktop PC.
What makes more sense for your business? Should you invest in tablet computers or desktop PCs? While the desktop PC is most definitely past it’s prime, it’s far from useless; however, the tablet computer can be extremely beneficial as well!
Ready to give up your desktop PCs in exchange for tablet computers? Not so fast, let’s take a look at the benefits of a desktop PC in the workplace:
Now let’s take a look at the potential benefits of incorporating tablet computers into the workplace:
Ultimately, it comes down to personal choice. While tablet computers do offer great benefits, there are some limitations that prevent them from replacing the traditional desktop PC anytime soon. So should your business invest in tablet computers? The short answer: most likely! Your business probably has a few activities that could be performed more cost effectively and efficiently using tablet computers as opposed to desktop PCs.
To learn more about the benefits of tablet computers and desktop PCs, give us a call at (604) 986-8170 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re here to help you determine what’s best for your unique needs!
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