There is a long and historical conflict between a substantial proportion of enterprise IT pros and the users of the technology which they provide. In fact, somewhat uncharitably, these users are dubbed “lusers” by less-than-professional IT professionals. While it is clear that such petty rivalries are not conducive to good and productive use of IT resources, it is not surprising that this antagonism has ramped up historically.
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Global enterprises are ramping up tablet procurement and, according to new market research data, such devices are set to take over as the preferred means of leveraging many core enterprise systems which are currently being accessed using smartphones.
Businesses need to shift their thinking from controlling the way employees work to enabling new working practices that will free them to be more productive, according to Tomasz Klekowski, Director Business GTM EMEA at Intel Corporation.
2-in-1 convertibles – laptops that turn into tablets – are starting to make a big difference in business. One company that has successfully embraced the technology is Bilim Pharmaceuticals, Turkey’s third largest pharmaceutical manufacturing and distribution concern.