Tablets in the Enterprise
TechRepublic Member | January 24, 2013
5 iPad apps to start 2013 in the cloud
This year is as good as any as getting started using cloud services. If you are an iPad owner that wishes to embrace the cloud these apps are a good place to start. Read more
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How to migrate your applications to the cloud
When moving to the cloud, you must weigh the benefits of an optimal hybrid solution against the complexity of the cloud enablement process. Read this valuable white paper to discover whether an automated approach is right for your business.
Posts from TechRepublic
Speculating a major revision of the iPad
Patrick Gray discusses the criticism surrounding Apple's iPad releases, which include feature bumps rather than major updates. What would a major revision of the iPad look like? Read more
DeviceHive: An open source M2M development platform
Will Kelly looks at DeviceHive, an open source M2M platform that offers the building blocks for companies to build their own M2M solutions. Read more
Alternative typing solutions for Android tablets
Phil Cohen suggests some keyboard options for typing on an Android tablet. Read more
Posts from ZDNet
New iPad and ZAGGfolio keyboard/case: Compact and fast
I recently picked up a new iPad and ZAGGfolio keyboard case that together make a super fast, compact laptop replacement for writers like me. Read more
Is Surface Pro's 10.6-inch screen too small for real work?
Can you get real work done on a 10.6-inch screen? I think you can, but there are a few caveats worth bearing in mind. Read more
iPad or iPad Mini: Which should I choose?
The iPad Mini is essentially a full-sized iPad that's been hit with a shrink ray, but that smaller screen gives it advantages and disadvantages over its bigger brother. Read more
Sharp cuts iPad screen production: report
A cut in iPad display production seems to corroborate earlier reports that demand for Apple's iPhone and iPad devices is finally waning. Read more
How to turn your tablet into a mobile workstation
Here the kit -- software and hardware -- that allows one ZDNet writer to work effectively while he's away from his desk. Read more
Apple's Q1 confirms obvious: iPad eats away at Mac sales
For all the talk about the post PC era and how Microsoft machines are losing out to tablets and Apple's iPad, there's some Mac collateral damage too. Read more
Slide Show: Running Windows 8 on multiple monitors
Check out Windows 8’s multiple monitor features! View on site
Make BYOD easier with the help of these five apps
Jack Wallen suggests apps that will help make switching between home and office easier. View on site
Today's recommended downloads
Live Webcast: Speed Analytics and Simplify Cloud with IBM PureSystems (IBM)
Windows 7 Migration: An industry view of application compatibility (Quest Software, now a part of Dell)
With Enhanced POWER7 Systems, IBM Raises the Ceiling, Again Clipper Navigator (IBM)
AccessNow HTML5 RDP Client - Browser access to Citrix XenApp / XenDesktop (Ericom Software)
GFI Case Study: Mitsubishi Polysilicon (GFI Software)
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