by April 20, 2012 0 comments

I bought my first tablet on the recommendation of a friend of mine. It was a forceful purchase and he bet that I would be glued to the device after a few days. Between these deliberations and betting I was sure that I would return the device which looked so small and complex to handle with a few visible keys.

[image_library_tag 426/64426, border=”0″ align=”right” hspace=”4″ vspace=”4″ ,default]

Suddenly I became an object of debate and amidst all the discussion, I finally bought my first iPad 2 in black colour. I waited for all my friends to experience my first encounter with the device. I gently pulled it out of the box and patiently tried my hands on the tablet. My first attempt was smooth and flipping through different screens, and applications, was easy. This miniature form of the PC looked surprisingly interesting as compared to the old PC, which used to occupy a quarter of the study room.

As I found it enthusiastic enough at the personal level, it gained ground in my enterprise space as well. It has proven to be a valuable asset for me in a number of work settings, making my life easier at both professional and personal levels. One of its main advantages is that you remain connected on the move. Leveraging the device’s portability and Internet connectivity, I can get the job done from virtually anywhere without having to feel tethered to a desk or, in some cases, a Wi-Fi network. I can keep in touch with employees, my managers, industry, sales and marketing teams, even if I am traveling. It has afforded the ability to pull up presentations on the go when visiting potential clients. I also use the tablet to keep a check on financial transactions or access schedules and other information. The technology is useful and I am relying on the device to conduct video meetings, keep schedules organized and access board meeting documents, among other activities at the professional front.

Its light weight and thin body helps me carry it everywhere with ease. This exceptional device has helped me manage things faster and conveniently without the burden of carrying pile of papers and documents. I was happy to see a tablet that runs as fast as a laptop and weighs like a newspaper.

[image_library_tag 427/64427, border=”0″ align=”right” hspace=”4″ vspace=”4″ ,default]

Besides, my iPad is something to which I have become addicted to for personal use as well. I look for it early in the morning to quickly scan through different news apps to keep myself updated with the latest happenings. While on the way to office, I quickly glance at the schedule and meetings for the day. Not only this, it helps me manage pictures well and also keep me connected to my friends through social networking, not to forget video chats. I have been able to click, store, and share memorable pictures of friends and family.

I believe the consumerization of IT – which describes the penetration of consumer technology in the workplace – has been developing for several years. The trend shows no signs of slowing down, as tablets, are securing their place by making way into both the enterprise and personal life.

No Comments so far

Jump into a conversation

No Comments Yet!

You can be the one to start a conversation.

Your data will be safe!Your e-mail address will not be published. Also other data will not be shared with third person.