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Is Procurement Ready for the Mobile Revolution?


The PC's dominance of global personal computing is at an end - a fact reinforced quarterly by computer manufacturers, who continue to announce huge swings from traditional Windows-based PC sales to tablets, phablets and smartphones.

For much of the computing and communications revolutions of the 20th century, expansions in personal and home technology were led by workplace adoption. From fax machines to flat screens to laser printers and the first cell phones - business users drove adoption and use.

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