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Today's workforce is by default a mobile workforce. In our collaborative, always-on business environment, few professionals completely adhere to the 9-to-5 workday or perform all of their duties at a single fixed location. IDC predicts that by 2020, nearly 75 percent of the U.S. workforce will be mobile.
What strategy should your company adopt for managing a highly mobile workforce? What should you be doing to prepare? What types of mobile computers should you be equipping the workforce with-traditional laptops, convertible laptop/tablets, or detachable 2-in-1 models? Are desktop PCs worth investing in, and if so, why? This webinar will help you develop a cost-effective, strategic, mobile-centric plan to keep the enterprise workforce productive today and tomorrow.
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James A. Martin is an award-winning blogger and writer based in San Francisco. He is a contributor to Windows IT Pro and has written about mobile technology since the mid-1990s for PCWorld, Macworld, CIO.com, and others.
Kelcey Kinjo, Product and Marketing Manager, Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Client Solutions Division
A seasoned veteran of the technology sector, Kelcey Kinjo has spent the past two decades with Toshiba. He is currently a product and marketing manager and oversees the development of go-to-market plans, pricing structures and production schedule for the organization’s variety of business to business solutions. A technology expert, Kinjo is regularly called upon to deliver presentations on new and emerging technologies to customers and executive management.
Prior to his current role, Kinjo was responsible for multiple product offerings within the company’s commercial and consumer portfolios including, notebooks, camcorders, tablets, mobile computing accessories and carrying cases.