A leading analyst firm says that today's tablets should not be considered as laptop replacements for the majority of information workers, although they are "useful" for data presentation and 'consumption'.
Bring your own device is spreading like wildfire across enterprise Australia, with the charge often led by the boss's iPad. But allowing BYOD to spread willy nilly leaves corporate data vulnerable - 55 per cent of organisations don't have key policies in place and 65 per cent report their employees circumventing security controls where they do exist - so perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that half have suffered a data breach due to insecure mobile devices.
The Holiday season saw happy revelers unwrap millions of new, Internet-ready mobile devices. From the latest smartphones to tablets and Ultrabooks, a new class of powerful devices has hit the market.
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