Friday, 22 June 2012

Ultrabooks? Too expensive for us, say CIOs

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Ultrabooks? Too expensive for us, say CIOs

Hefty price tag puts corporate Ultrabook deployments on hold, according to the TechRepublic CIO Jury. Read more

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