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Adopter or climber? Hmmmm I have to laugh, sometimes I am, rarely though and I’ve spent my career in the technology field. I finally got myself an iPod a few years ago with accumulated airline points, I only traded up to a smart phone (Android) last year only because it had an up to date GPS, which so far has not proven itself better than my old standby Garmin, which I also got with airline points and is the size of a baseball. I did purchase the first gen Kindle to read my newspaper while traveling and I no longer had to deal with the paperboy trashing my flowers in the spring.
As I’ve written several times today already, but what exactly will be the tipping point in the enterprise to embrace the tablets? IT would be wise to be applying thought to inventive ways to communicate and interact with their customers with these mobile devices first.
Are you an adopter or climber and how will your enterprise use tablets?
I grew up in transition neighborhoods outside of Cleveland Ohio and Hartford Connecticut. By transition I mean it was a neighborhood where people moved in after the family got a promotion, generally into the lower ranks of middle management and then as they worked their way up the corporate ladder they moved out as senior management either to trade up their house or town. (Read Full Article…)