Enterprises have willingly and unwillingly started
seeing an increase in tablets at work. CIOs are adjusting their strategies and
infrastructures to either support enterprise-issued tablets or “Bring your own
No matter which policy prevails in the
enterprise, this major shift is shaping infrastructure decisions as well as digital
This infographic provides a brief overview of
what has happened so far and some trends that will be seen in the enterprise
tablet industry in the coming years.
Corporations are facing a challenge to change. In the midst
of external pressure to follow the trend and internal demand to integrate
tablets into the enterprise’s ecosystem, there will be a shift in the
enterprise tablet market.
Some of the trends for the next years in the tablet industry
Enterprise tablet adoption is estimated to grow
by almost 50% per year.
By 2015 mobile app
development projects will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4-to-1.
The iOS and Android platforms will be adapted to
meet enterprise requirements and Windows 8 Tablets will hit the market.
Corporations will be challenged between choosing
“Bring Your Own Device” or corporate-liable devices due to security and cost
The introduction of Quadcore to tablets, 4G,
Cloud Computing and the continuous adoption of HTML5 will make the tablet even
more integrated into the work environment
Innovations for tablets to make the laptop
obsolete will persist
As a digital agency that collaborates with F500s, we see the
integration of enterprise tablets to be a natural and necessary evolution of
mobile infrastructures and the overall digital strategy.