Wyse PocketCloud enables users to remotely access desktop computers from iPads.
iPad is dominating the enterprise market, accounting for an overwhelming proportion of business tablet activations, with Android tablets yet to make a dent in the corporate sector. As a result, iPad is transforming the way organizations work. Numerous iPad applications allow workers to do a lot on the lightweight computers – and workers want more. A book, iPad in the Enterprise: Developing and Deploying Business Applications (Wiley/available now), looks at the wonder-tablet from a business user's perspective. Author Nathan Clevenger talks about tapping the consumer-friendly qualities of the iPad to fuel strategic success. “iPads are now in the hands of workers on virtually every level of company in almost every industry,” Clevenger writes, “and users are beginning to demand line-of-business applications to help them be more productive and efficient from wherever they are.” Below are ten applications highlighted in the book that address some critical functions. For more about the book, click here.
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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