Tablets and Security: More Thoughts from Our EAB

In the last installment of our two-part series, our Editorial Advisory Board members dish on tablets, mobile data, device, and network security, the hottest new technologies, and what they think will be 2011's mobile flop.

Schools: Need a Place to Store and Charge Your iPads?

Datamation Systems, a provider of carts, cabinets, and security devices, announced that it is introducing a suite of products designed specifically for charging, syncing, and storing the iPad and other tablet devices.

DRS Unveils Feature-Packed, MIL-Spec Rugged Tablet

The ARMOR X7 compact tablet is specifically designed for mission-critical tasks that require connectivity, handheld mobility, ease of use, and the durability to support all-weather operations.
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