“Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall convenes the first cabinet meeting where his ministers brought iPads to the session,” CBC News reports.
“The portable computer devices have been touted as a way to conserve paper and reduce courier costs,” CBC News reports. “Wall and his cabinet of 17 ministers were each issued an iPad. A handful of senior bureaucrats were also provided with one of the devices for a total cost to taxpayers of about $23,000.”
CBC News reports, “It was earlier estimated that the annual savings could amount to about twice that initial outlay… ‘Frankly, this technology is pretty easy to use,'” Wall said. ‘And can be life-changing in terms of the number of binders we usually have in our lives.'”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Art S.” for the heads up.]