The digitization of the enterprise is nothing new, but it’s also a progression that is finally taking hold en masse. With this transition comes the surge of the mobile employee, those who require mobile devices to properly perform responsibilities and keep moving at the pace of business. But this need for mobility doesn’t just end with staff; if employees need to keep pace, than executives must be ahead of the pace in order to propel the business forward.
As executives are now doing more and more business on their mobile devices, the need seems apparent for technology that will maximize efficiency. Simply put, your device should empower you to be as powerful as you want. If functionality and/or performance is lacking in your current mobile system, it might be time to analyze opportunities missed due to your device and think Intel Inside. You give consistent results on a daily basis - it’s time for your technology to do the same.
For the mobile executive, everything happens in triple time. Executives must be knowledgeable about all aspects of their organization and be able to answer questions instantly, from wherever they are. The mobile executive’s ability to be agile and flexible in the face of unexpected requests reflects the company’s ability to do the same.
An Intel-based tablet or 2 in 1 device running Windows 8 and Office gives mobile executives the fullest mix of performance, security, and functionality across all the applications they use, so they can quickly access information, present, and collaborate—whether they are in the office or on the road.
Take a typical day for Jenn, a busy executive at a bustling creative agency. Like most C-levels, Jenn’s workday never really ends. Because she spends most of her week out of the office, she needs to be able to securely access the corporate network, find files and data quickly, and use all the same applications as her teams on a slim, sleek, lightweight mobile device.
At the start of the day while her coffee brews, Jenn scans her email, including an urgent request from a manager. Microsoft Word files look and work the way they are supposed to, so she easily opens the document, reviews the tracked changes and comments, and replies with her approval. She gets to the office and heads to a meeting, where she uses her stylus to take notes about the client’s top priorities. When the client unexpectedly begins white-boarding his dream solution, the meeting turns collaborative and Jenn captures it all on video, right from OneNote. Later she needs to jump on a plane and while she’s in the airport, Jenn watches competitive videos on her favorite industry sites. She can access the widest range of websites and enjoy easy video playback, with no additional apps required.
Jenn’s Intel-based Windows device lets her move seamlessly back and forth between tasks and applications without a second thought. The information she needs—whether local, in the cloud, or on the corporate network—is at her fingertips. But with an alternative device, Jenn’s day might be a little different. Unsupported apps, no offline editing, lack of video recording capabilities, inability to access word processing features. With Intel Inside, Jenn doesn’t need to think about any of this. Her tablet will deliver without fail, and her time will be spent on growing her business. As it should be.
Want to learn more about Intel-powered tablets? Check out The Mobility You Deserve. The Experience You Expect.
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