As many of us are keenly aware, the tablet market caused a significant shift in the way people and businesses meet their computing needs. Duh.
However, as this trend becomes increasingly entrenched, we're truly beginning to see how massive the disruption has become. As more data trickles in, it's increasingly clear that, along with rise of BYOD, tablets are eating PC's lunch, and it appears this should only continue. So where's the opportunity here for investors?
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