But uptake has slowed.
Video: up close with Lenovo's huge table PC
Last week at the Consumer Electronics Show, Lenovo introduced the Horizon, a 27-inch touch-screen PC that runs Windows 8 along with a special Lenovo UI called Aura. It's being pitched as a "table PC," meant to be set out on a table and used by multiple people. Lenovo's pitch focused on consumer uses like gaming, but we also argue that it could be useful as a business tool, particularly for small ad-hoc meetings.
Google's plan to bring Chrome packaged apps to Android and iOS is part of its strategy to make the web the primary platform for users. Converting Apple device owners will be a challenge.
Most companies understand that they need a social media presence, but many are flying by the seat of their pants instead of crafting a social media plan that aligns closely with business goals.