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Kinect For Windows

By Don Reisinger  |  Posted 01-12-2012 Print

The Consumer Electronics Show 2012, held in Las Vegas Jan. 10-13, has been a techie Bacchanalia filled with products sure to catch the eye of your employees. Whether they're getting excited by LG's 4G Spectrum with OLED screens or the countless Ultrabooks being shown off, you can rest assured that any number of new devices will be working their way into your enterprise and bringing you management and data security headaches. Sure, you can take some comfort in the fact that Microsoft is managing to keep folks interested in Windows 8. But there's also plenty to fear in the year ahead, as the products introduced at this year's CES find their way into the eager hands of tech-savvy workers. Here are 10 to keep you up at night.

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Microsoft is making its Kinect motion-gaming peripheral available for the PC. Will employees want to bring it to the office to video chat with friends? Will they use it to waste work hours playing games? At this point, a strict No-Kinect policy is a probably a good idea.



 

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