Tablets in the Enterprise
TechRepublic Member | June 22, 2012
Microsoft Surface: iPad knockoff for enterprise? That works
Cynics may mock the Microsoft Surface as an iPad knockoff, but it has enough going for it to turn the heads of a lot of business customers. Read more
Resource of the day
Balen Municipality and Modern Storage
Check out this white paper to learn more about modern storage platforms and how they can help you improve your network. See how one organization did just that.
Microsoft Surface: this time it's business
The latest entrant into the tablet market is ripe to solve the "enterprise tablet" conundrum. Read more
Microsoft announces Surface Windows tablets, leaves unanswered questions
Microsoft is launching its own line of Windows-based tablets called Microsoft Surface. Bill Detwiler gives you a rundown on what we know, and what we don't. Read more
Windows 8 fever? First, plan a tablet evaluation
Surveys show that Windows 8 is garnering nearly as much interest as the iPad, but Patrick Gray encourages organizations to plan a tablet evaluation that focuses on tasks, not the platform, before making any decisions. Read more
Poll: Would you buy your next tablet from Microsoft?
Microsoft is taking a bold gamble with the Surface tablets, but they didn't really have a choice. Read more
Additional TechRepublic resources
GoodReader tools make working with files a snap
Paul Strobeck takes a close look at a few handy features of the GoodReader app. Find out why GoodReader is one of his go-to tools when working with enterprise files on the iPad. Read more
How to find those permission-grabbing add-ons in Android
Ad networks are not the only add-ons we need to worry about. Michael Kassner test-drives an app that monitors all add-ons accessing Android permissions. Read more
Poll: Do you feel ready for mobile development?
Software Engineer readers, take this poll to let us know whether you feel comfortable doing mobile development. Read more
Five cloud-based PM solutions for all kinds of projects
You can choose from scores of cloud-based tools that offer various levels of PM functionality with no ramp-up costs or long-term commitment. Here are several good ones to consider. View on site
Hands-on with Microsoft's Surface tablet (pictures)
CNET gets a spin with Microsoft's new tablet. View on site
Five indispensable apps to carry on a USB stick
You can't always anticipate which tools you'll need to fix a tough problem in the field. Here are some handy ones to take with you... just in case. View on site
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NetVault for Oracle Trial Download (Quest Software)
Achieving Information Superiority through the Power of Big Data featuring research by Gartner (Sourcefire)
Introducing the New VMware Management Solution Portfolio (VMware)
Establishing IT Operations in Emerging Markets (SkillSoft)
Business Execution: Executive Buyer's Guide (SuccessFactors)
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