iPad 2 Provokes Anxiety in IT

IT executives worry that corporate workers adopting the new consumer technology will expect support right away.

As consumers and business users flocked to buy the new iPad 2 earlier this month, some IT executives were cringing.

Apple's latest tablet is faster, thinner and lighter than its predecessor -- and includes two cameras and other new features and apps that IT managers say will lure many corporate workers to use it in their jobs.

Thus IT personnel know they will have to devote significant time to supporting yet another popular consumer device.

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