Friday, 20 April 2012

[TechRepublic] Save battery and increase Android tablet speed

Tablets in the Enterprise

TechRepublic Member | April 20, 2012

Save battery and eke out a bit more speed on your Android tablet

Jack Wallen provides some tips and tricks for getting the most out of your Android tablet battery and CPU. Read more

Resource of the day

2011 State of the Support Industry

2011 has been a big year for support technology. With a cloud-based solution, you'll be able to offer better support in a lightweight, easy-to-use infrastructure. Read this white paper to learn about the state of support in 2011.

Seven tips for outfitting your sales team with tablets

Will Kelly offers seven tips for organizations who are outfitting their sales teams with tablets for the first time. Read more

In-flight and in-car tablets are on the rise

Find out why Patrick Gray thinks that tablets will eventually replace entertainment systems in the transportation industry. Read more

Manage license purchases with Apple's VPP

Jacob Bradshaw says you can handle license purchases easier in your organization with Apple's Volume Purchase Program (VPP). Read more

Additional TechRepublic resources


Apple updates Configurator with bug fixes and improvements

Wil Limoges reports on the updates and bug fixes released by Apple for its Configurator App that allows enterprises to manage Apple devices. Read more

Does your flashlight app know where you are? Probing Android permissions

Android permissions are difficult to understand. Michael Kassner interviews a research team using the "wisdom of the crowd" to clarify what a permission actually does. Read more

Apple will eventually lose tablet dominance

The Apple iPad is the single most popular tablet on the market. However, Donovan Colbert believes that a more open tablet ecosystem will rise to the top. Read more

Featured multimedia


Five great Android apps for astronomy buffs

These stellar apps will let you determine the best viewing opportunities, alert you to upcoming celestial events, and help you locate all sorts of cosmic objects. View on site

Chrome OS gets a new -- but familiar -- look

The newest developer release of Google's browser-based operating system should be more familiar to Windows and Mac OS X users, with a taskbar and windows that can be resized and moved. View on site

Today's recommended downloads

EMA: Data Driven Security (EMC Corporation)

Does Your Cloud Storage Strategy Measure Up? (Oracle)

Compliance Through RSA Security Management (EMC Corporation)

Transforming The Spreadsheet (IBM)

ESG Security Management Maturity Model (EMC Corporation)

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Why tablets matter for enterprise users

Five tips for improving your tablet experience

Toshiba Thrive: The best business-grade tablet on the market

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