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"As more people embrace tablets in the workplace, reshaping how and where the job gets done, experts wonder just how fast and how far the devices will reach. Could the days of the cubicle be numbered? 'Work is an activity; not a place,' says Phil Go, chief information officer at Dayton, Ohio-based Woolpert, Inc. 'We're eliminating the barrier of having to be in a physical office to be productive.'
It's not difficult to understand the appeal. The device offers an immediate anytime-anywhere connection to the Internet and applications. Ninety-seven percent of IT professionals surveyed by Dimensional Research, a marketing analysis company, think this kind of access makes employees more effective at work."
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