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In a Mobile-First World, Don’t Forget the PC

Since the iPad arrived in 2010, the role of the PC has been greatly scrutinized. Is it a dying form factor? Is it something consumers no longer need? Is the smartphone the only device people will use someday? Will the tablet kill the PC? The debate is relevant, because it helps businesses decide where to focus their resources. Clearly, the smartphone is many people’s primary computing device, so

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