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Tablets are Huge At CES

1/10/2013
Even though the leading tablet maker is noticeably absent at CES this week, tablets are still big at the show. In fact, Lenovo introduced a table tablet that comes in at 27 inches.

More Tablet Productivity with Good Apps

1/10/2013
Edit Microsoft Office and Adobe files with one of Good Technology’s new enterprise apps from big name third-party partners like Microsoft and Adobe.

Toughpad Line Gets Stronger

1/9/2013
Designed for mobile workers in the field, the FZ-G1 and JT-B1 expands Panasonic's line of rugged enterprise-grade tablets.

Surprise Bid Submitted for Clearwire

1/9/2013
The Sprint/Clearwire deal hit a snag on Jan. 8, when, in a surprise move, Dish Network Corp. submitted an unsolicited bid to buy Clearwire.

Sophos Secures Per User, Not Device

1/9/2013
Combining endpoint and mobile protection to simplify security, the new Enduser Protection by Sophos strives to minimize IT expenses and improve business productivity in a multiple device BYOD environment.

AirWatch Now Offering Independent MAM

1/9/2013
By building and managing internal mobile apps, enterprises can provide convenience and flexibility to their associates, especially in BYOD management scenarios.

Are the Next iPhones on Their Way?

1/8/2013
It was only the first business day of the new year and there were already reports of new devices from Apple. Then, just a few days later, rumors about an additional gadget were flying.

A Stick of Data

1/8/2013
Data goes fully mobile without smartphone, tablet or laptop, through a Dell device enabling users to instantly turn a display into a flexible, securely managed, communications-enabled thin client for work, demos or presentations.
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Tablets in the Enterprise

Justifying the addition of another device to the mobile stack became a challenge as the popularity of tablets grew, along with the adaptability and appropriateness for the field. Now, there is no question. Tablets are here to stay and they are enabling the business more than ever.