Your Quick Guide to Tablets in the Workplace


Renuka ShahaneSenior Content Writer at Scalefusion MDM

Friday, May 29, 2020

Tablets are gaining wide recognition in the enterprise world, thanks to their modular sleep design, a functionality that matches a computer, apps that perform similar to smartphones (often with a better visual experience), and bigger screens.

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Your Quick Guide to Tablets in the Workplace [Infographic]

Tablets have replaced the traditional, bulky computers as well as POS systems in modern businesses such as retail and hospitality. More so, tablets today are replacing the high-tech vehicle-mounted devices used in logistics, trucking as well as manufacturing. And why not? Instead of having complex devices attached to vehicles as well as forklifts, customized tablets powered with right hardware plus software combinations are preferred for ease of use with an array of apps and up-to-date operating systems.

But as tablets become popular, enterprises are met with challenges of provisioning, securing, and troubleshooting these devices that operate remotely.

In this infographic, let’s look at how the usage of tablets has evolved over the last decade, the benefits and challenges of deploying them, and how a powerful MDM solution can help leverage the capabilities of tablets for business.

Scalefusion MDM reveals how tablets for business have evolved, the challenges of using them at work and how to overcome them

Renuka Shahane

Senior Content Writer at Scalefusion MDM

Renuka Shahane is a Senior Content Writer at Scalefusion MDM. An engineering graduate, an Apple junkie and an avid reader, she has 5+ years of experience in content creation, content strategy and PR for technology and web-based startups.


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