The Rise of the Tablet in the Workplace

A recent survey from Dell revealed the growing impact of tablets over other mobile devices for workplace productivity. Learn more about tablets for the workplace and work travel.

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  • 73% of IT decision-makers surveyed said that tablets are a standard tech device offered to employees at their organization.
  • One-third said their company has developed tablet assignment/BYOD policies

 

Departments who use Tablets

  • IT 93%
  • Sales/Marketing 70%
  • Executives 67%
  • Administrative 60%

Tablets and other Mobile Devices

  • 75% find tablets as companions to laptops
  • 85% as partners for smartphones
  • 81% of respondents said tablets increase productivity

 

Expanding Tablet Productivity For Work

Using the MobilePro Series™ Executive Folio for iPad Air® / Air® 2 offers tablet protection and expanded utility with the following features:

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  • Slim, all-in-one mobile workstation allows you to conveniently carry and work with an iPad® and paper
  • SmartConnect Case™ (patent pending) allows for an iPad Air®/Air® 2 to be used in-folio, free-standing or hand-held, in vertical or horizontal orientation, and at three viewing angles
  • SmartConnect System™ (patent pending) magnetically attaches keyboard cover to inside of folio
  • Includes removable Bluetooth® keyboard (iOS®, Android™ and Windows® compatible) with integrated wrist support for increased comfort and productivity
  • Also features a ballistic nylon exterior, business card holders, a pen loop, a file folder, a refillable writing pad pocket and a magnetic closure
  • Accommodates an Apple® Smart Cover®

 

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