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Forget policy advisers and debate. All you need to run a country is an app. British Prime Minister David Cameron is trialing one on his iPad. He can't wait to show it to President Obama.
I have been using my iPad less frequently recently, but have hesitated selling it. That changed today with Apple's new policy for subscriptions, as I have no desire to give Apple 30 percent of those fees to Cupertino.
Autodesk abandons its 15-year-old Windows-only policy with plans for a new AutoCad for Macs and a free version for iOS devices such as iPad and iPhone
Leostream has launched an upgraded version of its VDI connection broker that offers support for VMware View as well as Apple's iPad, iPhone and iTouch devices.Connection Broker 7, which was officially announced at the beginning of VMWare's VMWorld, also offers new policy-based provisioning, refined cluster services, enhanced OpenLDAP support (eliminates requirement for Active Directory deployment), local user access management, enhanced reporting capabilities and better failover.
What options do enterprise managers have when executives and other staff bring personal iPads to work and want to connect to company services? The new, more-capable mobile devices such as the iPad, may stretch the definitions currently found in company compliance policies.
Apple reverses their unpopular no-cash policy when it comes to buying an iPad and even gives out a free iPad to the customer they previously turned down.
Your cash is no good inside an Apple store - if you're planning to buy a new iPad or iPhone. The company's policy requires a credit or debit card to purchase these items.
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