Mobile Workers See Devices Changing to Fit Their Needs
Growing world of mobile workers prompts notebooks and tablets to quickly evolve
Portable handheld technology is an increasing trend at the moment, and as the life of the onthe-go become both thinner and lighter.
The case is especially prevalent when it comes to the busy professional. While working on the move is not a new phenomenon, the use of cloud computing, portable technology, and the outsourcing of business at the click of a button means that enterprises in the varying field shave less need for traditional office spaces and tangible hubs.
The IDC reported the demand for mobile connected devices are on the rise, and that by 2015, the world's mobile workers will reach 1.3 billion. That number represents 37.2% of the total workforce with the highest gains coming from the Middle East, according to the IDC.
Samsung released its thinnest notebook, as a second generation series 9. The 14.9mm design is nearly 50% more compact than existing types from years past.
Tablets for on-the-go work and entertainment have also improved quickly. Samsung's GALAXY Tab 2 provides an easy GoogleTM Mobile Service with Youtube and Google Talk included.
While the tablet world keeps growing, according to IDC it has seen a 139% increase in shipments within the first quarter of 2013. That kind of growth is likely to continue, at least in the near future, according to all research noted on the matter.
The market for such devices, once worried about being overrun by new devices, has now simply found a way to shift its focus and options to match the needs of the consumer without much trouble.
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