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What the Apple iPad and Other Mobile Devices Mean for Collaboration Planners

Published: 11 July 2013

ID: G00252872

Analyst(s): Jeffrey Mann


Rich mobile devices like Windows and Android phones and tablets and Apple iOS devices have raised expectations about accessibility and the user experience. This shapes expectations about how people work. Enterprise collaboration planners must anticipate how mobility will affect collaboration.

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  • Impacts


Impacts and Recommendations

  • Mobile devices provide users with improved access to their collaborative functionality
  • New mobile applications enable users to access innovative collaboration features
  • Mobile applications provide users with the possibility of new ways to collaborate

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