Tablets Make their Way into the Workplace: Email and Note Taking are Most Popular Business Uses

(From PRWEB) -- The tablet has been the hottest device in the consumer market since Apple’s 2010 iPad launch. Yet over the past year, tablet use has begun to crossover from the consumer world into the workplace. New NPD In-Stat research confirms that the most common business uses of tablets are email/calendar management, note taking, and presentations, with 77% reporting email as a common workplace use. “Email is by far the most dominant tablet application for business users,” says Frank Dickson, VP Mobile Research. “However, when you dig into the data, you find a plethora of strong niche uses arising. When business tablet users are asked to list ALL the applications they use, note taking, for example, is listed as the second most popular application. However, when survey respondents are asked to only select their most important uses, note taking is at the bottom of that list. In addition to email, customer relationship management and IT network intelligence are listed as ‘most important’ uses.” Read more.
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