The employees you support demand the productivity and ease-of-use that tablets deliver. Early tablet adoption has cost IT due to lack of manageability and a significant risk to the overall business, because consumer tablets are not designed to meet the security needs of today’s corporations and public institutions.
Now, business leaders never have to make the choice between the user experience and IT needs again.
Tablets running Windows 8.1 with Intel processors give your-end users the freedom of a tablet that can fully replace their desktops or notebooks, or function as a companion device that serves a specific task. Dell’s portfolio of tablets can offer your organization meaningful flexibility and choice, allowing you to easily connect, access, and share in the way that is most natural for you – all supported by a full ecosystem of peripherals and services to make transitioning to tablets easy.
Register for this video discussion to learn how tablets can provide:
- True business usability and productivity
- Easy application access
- Best in class security and manageability
Rob Orlando, Dell, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager – Federal Govt
Andrew Vanderploeg, Dell, End User Computing Field Marketing Manager – Large Institutions
Rob and Andrew are Field Marketing Managers for Dell’s End User Computing (EUC) domain. In their roles, they meet with customers on a daily basis to discuss their EUC challenges and projects to address the unique requirements associated with client computing in today’s fast-paced mobile world. This includes meetings in Dell’s Executive Briefing Center, one-to-one and one-to-many conversations, and hosting road shows, webcasts, and industry events. They are both based in Austin, Texas.
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