While there may not be much separating the iPad mini 3 from its predecessor, there's one key difference that will give the new diminutive tablet an edge in the corporate and BYOD environments.
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Divide creates a completely separate container for your Exchange account on your iPhone or iPad so that corporate email, calendars, and contacts don't mingle with your personal data.
The corporate giant continues to expand the number of retail partners for its iPhone, iPad tablets, and Macs, according to tweets from the office superstore's execs.
Certainly, the iPad is the most successful consumer tablet out there, but the corporate world is helping sales numbers too.
This case for the iPad 2 is the best way to roll stealth-mode and a great way to Bring Your Own Device into unfriendly corporate territory.
Bring your own device (BYOD) may hold out the promise of cheaper, more flexible IT, but it won't work for every company - here are some reasons why it might not suit you and your business.
The PC will have some serious competition this upgrade cycle. Can the latest iPad poach corporate sales?
A pilot project using Apple's iPad not only saved money, but proved popular among MPs and peers, the head of parliamentary IT has revealed
Like Dell, HP is hoping that is can compete better with the iPad in a corporate setting, rather than on consumer store shelves. It's just announced an updated version of its Slate business tablet that runs Windows 7 and features a slew of improvements.
Dell officially introduces Latitude ST Windows 7 tablet for enterprise, healthcare, education markets
Dell hopes you keep that iPad at home when you come to work and instead use its new Latitude ST tablet to get your productivity on. The company has just launched the Windows 7 slate with an eye to the corporate market, as well as healthcare and education workers.
The BYOD revolution, Amazon's Kindle Fire and - you guessed it - iPhone 5 hype...
Security chiefs reveal the issues behind bring-your-own-device policies...
Apple appears to be extending its lead in the enterprise with the tag team of the iPhone and iPad. Meanwhile, some corporate customers are developing custom iOS apps for their employees.
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Four enterprise IT managers share their experiences using Sybase Afaria to manage their corporate-owned tablets like the iPad and build internal app stores for employees.
Apple delivered a blowout first quarter and shed some light on how the iPhone and iPad are quickly becoming entrenched in the enterprise. That corporate momentum means bad news for the likes of Research in Motion as well as a bevy of Android competitors.
The company has forged a partnership with computer services firm Unisys to supply iPads, iPhones and Macs to the business sector, according to a report
Mobile enterprise software specialist Cortado has extended its mobile Corporate Server product to support iPads, the company announced on Monday.The platform —which is already available for the iPhone, Android and BlackBerry devices— allows office workers to perform common tasks, such as accessing documents or querying database reports remotely.
The company has said it plans to make its Galaxy devices more enterprise friendly, in a bid to take on Apple's iPad and RIM's PlayBook in the corporate sector
BlackBerry's dominance in corporate market is an advantage for PlayBook, but RIM will still face hard battle against iPad and other rivals for customer loyalty.
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