Many companies are manufacturing tablets but just in 2018, the number of Apple iPad sold worldwide was 425 million. Apple has been dominating the tablet market for a while now and continues to do so due to its user experience and high performance. However, tasks achieved using most tablets are the same due to apps being available, but of course, the speed and performance vary according to the features provided.
All these business-related tasks can also be achieved via smartphones but they don't provide the flexibility that tablets do, and the screen size is just one of the very comfortable features of a tablet. Tablets are not only being used for business presentations within the boundaries of the meeting room but they are also being adopted for interactions between clients and customers.
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But not all countries have yet developed this trend of incorporating tablets into their day-to-day operations and tasks. There are 5 major countries that have this trend ongoing in their companies, in which the UK is at the top of the list with 15% tablet usage for business purposes.
All these advantages may make it look like tablets are perfect, but there are a few cons as well. One of these is the vulnerability of unauthorised access. To learn more about how tablets are doing in the workplace, have a look at the infographic below.
Infographic by: Scalefusion