Mobile & Wireless Slideshow: iPhone 5: Eight Things CIOs Need to Know
By Don Reisinger | Posted 08-27-2012
Apple's iPhone 5 is just around the corner. That means CIOs will have a whole new smartphone to consider for your office. You'll be forced once again to contend with employees who will want nothing more than to get their hands on Apple's latest and greatest iPhone. When the iPhone 5 reportedly gets its "big reveal" on Sept. 12, it'll be the same old experience for CIOs. The device will deliver a host of enhancements that will require both CIO input to determine their effectiveness, as well as some corralling of employees who want to get their hands on the device as soon as possible. Simply put, the iPhone 5 will impact your office in a big way. Here's a cheat-sheet of the 10 things to be ready for in your enterprise once iPhone 5 hits the market in what analyst are predicting will be the biggest iPhone launch in history.
One of the first major changes you'll witness with the iPhone 5 is its new connectivity option, 4G LTE. With the ultra-high-speed mobile connectivity, you should expect employees to surf the Web more. And when doing so, you should also expect them to complete work more quickly. After all, a speedier Web usually means a speedier employee.
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