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[TechRepublic] Three reasons to think twice before deploying netbooks in business

March 30, 2009

Three reasons to think twice before deploying netbooks in business

Tech Sanity CheckWhile netbooks are the hottest segment of the PC market right now, due to their form factor and low price, IT departments should tread cautiously before deploying netbooks to business workers. Here are three reasons why.

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