Businesses are asking if they can adopt tablets, as they move towards the replacement period for their old desktop and notebooks. Employees want to use their own smartphones and tablet devices following the trend of bringing in your own devices to work.
Small businesses will need to address this trend, but they must ensure that the technology is integrated into the business model. The various technologies that attempt to make business operations simpler, as well as add to personal computing are divided into several categories which include ultrabooks, tablets, and a hybrid of both.
It is therefore important for businesses to understand how to integrate the use of these devices with their current operations, and also see how it will affect their business in the future. When working with tablet PC’s and notebooks, the functions are not mutually exclusive, but use different tools to attain the same purpose. If one tries to configure a tablet into a notebook, the performance would be greatly affected.
It is more prudent to see how each of them, which have their own inherent strengths, can be used efficiently. There is the need for considering the issues that arise out of the use of each.The first consideration is whether the applications to be used would be well adapted to a tough screen interface. Some applications, such as spreadsheets, cannot be used on touch screens since the devices are created for consumptions instead of creation.
The second consideration is whether the devices, and their intended purpose justify the expenditure is buying them at their high cost. The development of notebooks served to bring down their cost. One can get a fully featured notebook at a price that is way below that of a tablet PC. This is why the business must weigh the justification about changing to tablet PCs instead of notebooks.