Tablet purchases jumped by 24.9% in the third quarter, according to International Data Corp. Utilities have been forced to provide employees with new tools, so they can work at home rather than come into the office because of the pandemic. In many cases, a smartphone does not have a large enough screen to run business collaboration solutions, such conferencing systems, word processing documents, spreadsheets, and PowerPoint presentations. Tablets offer utility employees larger screens and many of the easy of use features that make smartphones so popular. How much interest does your firm in tablets? What do you see as their pluses and minuses?
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