Thursday, 30 August 2012

Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

Tablets in the Enterprise

TechRepublic Member | August 30, 2012

Microsoft Surface: Cheat Sheet

Microsoft's Windows 8 tablets - all you need to know. Read more

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On-demand webcast: Steps to Move into a Virtualized Environment

Learn about the many aspects of your IT operation that can benefit from virtualization; Discover virtualization technologies and how to decide what's best for each situation; Explore a plan for implementation to get you started fast!


Posts from TechRepublic

 

Best remote tools for Android tablets

Jack Wallen highlights three of his favorite remote solutions for the Android tablet platform. Read more

Ineffective at small tasks means tablets have a long way to go

Patrick Gray shares his concerns that tablets have a long way to go before they are ready in the enterprise as a replacement device. Read more

Infographic: Two thirds of Android users don't pay for apps

This Statista infographic compares iOS and Android users' willingness to pay for apps. Read more

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 debuts in Singapore

Paul Mah highlights some of the specs and features of the Galaxy Note 10.1 launched in Singapore. He thinks the Android device is a good PC replacement option. Read more

Infographic: The age of apps

From IBM Simon and RIM, which paved the way to the app world we live in, this cool infographic predicts the market all the way to 2016. Read more

Posts from ZDNet

 

Time for Android to radically change the UI

The patent infringement verdict against Samsung is a firm shot across the bow of Android. Google risks a continual stream of litigation from Apple unless it changes the look and feel of the Android UI. Read more

MIPS aims challenge at ARM tablet dominance

Displaying a new processor design, MIPS Technologies hopes to challenge ARM's reach in the high-end mobile device market. Read more

Lenovo rolls out new Ideatab Android tablets and teases Yoga 13 yet again

The company has updated its Android tablet range with the S2110, A2107 and A2109 models, bringing few surprises. Read more

Kindle Fire sold out, successor likely to be announced next week

Amazon's Kindle Fire has been their most successful product and after nearly a year it is sold out. With an announcement next week, it is likely we will see the successor revealed. Read more


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Today's recommended downloads

Review of Four Studies Comparing Efficiency of AC and DC Distribution for Data Centers (APC by Schneider Electric)

Live Webcast: Succeeding in a World Gone Mobile (Citrix Online)

Security Challenges and Solutions for Midsize Retailers (IBM)

On-demand webcast: Steps to Move into a Virtualized Environment (VMware)

Edison Group Paper: IBM PowerVM Virtualization Technology on IBM POWER7 Systems (IBM)


 

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