Notebooks, 2 in 1s and tablets all have one advantage in common: they enable users to work from wherever they want at any time they choose. These devices accompany their users at all times and closely accommodate individual work styles. Fujitsu's comprehensive selection of accessories adds features and functionalities that personalize the user experience.
Market research and customer feedback we hear about at Fujitsu events and in customer workshops indicate that more and more organizations are willing to roll out 2 in 1 devices. That's only logical, since these tablet/notebook hybrids seem to offer a near-perfect mixture of mobility and productivity. Still IT departments oftentimes stop short of actual deployments, because devices they evaluate are less fit for productive use than they ought to be. Fujitsu's 2 in 1s are different – one could call them productive by design.
Since the turn of the century, once exotic applications like predictive analysis, high-frequency trading, simulation or real-time communication/collaboration have turned into common techniques that lay the groundwork for our hyper-connected economy. While the results are generally positive, the side effects can be profound for organizations that need to follow the trend to stay competitive. That's because these applications only function properly on exceptionally robust, near-infallible backend systems – meaning, mainframe computers with Unix-based OS's and an unusually heavy price tag. And for a long time, standard servers with x86 technology were no alternative.