For me tablets are just too big and clunky, and lack a harddrive for storage, and thus have a limited use for most business people and even consumers. It's a great reading and entertainment device, or device if all your files are on the cloud. Or for entertainment with games, and for travel. But not for everything.
I think that BYOD policies these days are being accompanied by BYOD software now being integrated in later OS versions. For example BlackBerry Z10 has BYOD policies and separate environments for personal and work that is controlled via BlackBerry Enterprise Server administrators.
Yes, no one wants to be on the bleeding edge, that's for sure. Typically it is better to wait and see how v1 works, then purchase v2 (or even v3); or buy a small deployment as a pilot before jumping in, wholeheartedly. Companies have more options than ever -- and that's both good and bad for IT! Especially with BYOD giving end-users the ultimate decision on what they'll actually use to get their work done.
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