Tablets in the Enterprise
TechRepublic Member | February 17, 2012
Edit and convert OpenOffice documents on your Android tablet
Jack Wallen highlights a couple applications that allow you to edit and convert OpenOffice documents on your Android tablet. Read more
Resource of the day
Strategies for Deploying Blade Servers in Existing Data Centers
Blade servers are powerful, perhaps too powerful. This white paper describes the best approaches to blade deployment while keeping cooling and power considerations in mind.
Call for writers: Tablets in the Enterprise
TechRepublic is looking for a few good writers on the subject of putting tablets to use in a business environment. Read the details here. Read more
Tablets vs. Ultrabooks in the enterprise
Should you use an Ultrabook or a tablet? Base you decision on the business problem being addressed rather than working around technical shortcomings. Read more
Additional TechRepublic resources
Tablets in the office: Great for the boss, but what about the rest of us?
Most execs now own an iPad - but does that mean the rest of us will soon be carrying tablets too? Read more
Do Android tablet makers need to try harder in a post-PC world?
Why the trend for people swapping their PCs for tablets might not do much to help Android tablet makers if they don't up their game. Read more
Don't blame Motorola for not wiping returned Xooms
Consumers must take responsibility for protecting their personal data and stop relying on manufacturers or retailers to wipe returned devices. Read more
Chrome beta for Android but only if are part of the 1 percent
You can get the Chrome beta for Android devices, but only if you are part of the 1% that has Ice Cream Sandwich. Read more
Mobile apps help drive U. S. job market
A recent TechNet report indicates the "app economy" has contributed approximately 500,000 U.S. jobs. Ken Hardin offers more details. Read more
Three apps for the traveling consultant
Scott Lowe highlights three apps that help IT consultants on the go. Read more
10 myths of BYOD in the enterprise
The consumerization of IT is upon us -- dragging numerous misconceptions in its wake. See how some recent reports have debunked a few common myths about BYOD. Read more
The rise of the app store, and the frustrated enterprise
The BYOD movement can be challenging for CIOs in a number of ways. Scott Lowe has some suggestions for how to handle it. Read more
Samsung Galaxy Note (AT&T)
Samsung's latest creation, the Galaxy Note has just arrived. A union of tablet and smartphone, the $300 device for AT&T offers a big 5.3 inch screen,4G data, and even a stylus. View on site
The Acer A200's awesomely grip-y backside (photos)
The Acer A200. A tablet with backside I had a hard time letting go of. View on site
iPad 3: The most-wanted upgrades (photos)
How much better will the iPad 3 be compared to the iPad 2? Here are some (potential) key feature upgrades to look for. View on site
Live Webcast: Top Considerations for Effective Managed Security for 2012 and Beyond
Register for this webcast, Top Considerations for Effective Managed Security for 2012 and Beyond, to learn more about what you can do to keep your network protected for years to come.
Today's recommended downloads
Live Webcast: Fast and Efficient Business Security Strategies (GFI Software)
Preventing Data Corruption in the Event of an Extended Power Outage (APC by Schneider Electric)
Live Webcast: Top Considerations for Effective Managed Security for 2012 and Beyond (AT&T)
Why Your Organization Needs LTO-5 Today (Quantum)
Prevent Your Next Server Room Mishap With Proper Monitoring (APC by Schneider Electric)
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