Can a CEO Get Away With Just a Smartphone?
The answer isn't always a definitive yes
Right now might be one of the most interesting times in the world of laptops and hybrids, with Microsoft’s Surface line quickly turning into an MVP for many offices, Apple expected to make improvements to its MacBook and iPad line in the coming weeks, and even Google coming out with some heat in recent days.
And that’s to say nothing of tech manufacturers like Dell, HP, and Lenovo, which are making pretty great machines at the moment. There are lots of good options for laptops in 2018 (even from lower-profile brands like Huawei), and you can even score one with battery life in the tens of hours or a 4K screen.
A laptop, hybrid, or high-end tablet is an essential tool for many executives, but what if I were to tell you that one of the most high-profile, modern-tech CEOs, a man in charge of not one but two public companies, doesn’t use a laptop or tablet at all?
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