Apple’s iOS 4.2 for iPad an even better fit for business

Jonny Evans reports for Computerworld, “The iPad is making Apple some space in the enterprise. On launch, critics slammed the device for neither being fit for enterprise use nor for use as a netbook replacement. They were wrong. With iOS 4.2 the iPad is an even better fit for business. I’ve taken a short look at what’s coming inside the upgrade, and identified five high-level iPad apps for business users.”

Evans reports, “With the new software upgrade, iPad sure is looking more and more like a netbook replacement (install an app called Desktop if you want a more productive iPad), so what apps exist for business users?”

Five iPad apps for business users:
• Cortado Corporate Server for iPad
• Desktop Connect
• WebEx for iPad
• MobileIron Sentry
• Safe

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


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  2. I work for a Fortune 300 company. I just found out they are testing iPads in our corporate headquarters, making sure they can connect to our network thru VPN.

    We also rely heavily on Blackberry for business phone use, and have now started to let some ee’s use iPhones for work.

    Apple is making strides….little by little.

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    He went so far as to ban my use of an iPad.
    So much for advancement…

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