In This Study MethodologyMedia TabletsAdditional NotesTablet PCsSituation Overview Market OverviewDriversInhibitorsEnd-User SurveySurvey MethodologySurvey ResultsUse CasesCase StudiesThe GPT GroupMacquarie University HospitalQantasFuture Outlook Essential Guidance Learn More Related ResearchSynopsisTable: Job Titles of Respondents Surveyed Table: Represented Industries/Verticals: Overall Table: Number of Full-Time Employees per Organisation: Overall Figure: Likelihood of Deploying Media Tablets in 2011 Figure: Likelihood of Deploying Media Tablets in 2011 for 500+ Organisations Figure: Number of Media Tablets Brought in by C-Level Executives Figure: Percentage of Respondents Who Think That the Deployment of Media Tablets Will Create Unnecessary Security Risks Figure: Level of Agreement with Statements on the Device Ecosystem Figure: Correlation Between Device Replacement and Device Environment Improvement Figure: Level of Agreement with Statements on Use Cases and Business Cases Figure: Level of Agreement with Statements on Software and OSs Figure: Correlation Between Device Environment Improvement Agreement and Windows OS Media Tablets Figure: Level of Agreement with Statements on 3G and Telco Providers
Opportunity Beckons: A Survey of Corporate Media Tablet Adoption in Australia
This IDC Special Study details IDC Australia's view of the existing and future adoption of media tablets in the commercial sector based on survey data captured in the first six months of 2011 and end-user case studies.
"The introduction of media tablets in Australian enterprises is being viewed as an opportunity to address broader issues related to the workspace ecosystem, including the consumerisation of IT," says Trevor Clarke, senior analyst, Infrastructure Group, IDC Australia. "We will see these devices be a catalyst for fundamental change in how employees utilise technology to complete their responsibilities," he adds.