Apple's iPad is about to get front-and-centre billing inside ANZ Bank. The company announced yesterday that frontline customer-service staff will soon use the devices to perform "financial health checks" for customers.
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Microsoft is banning its sales and marketing employees from buying Macs and iPads with company money, according to a leaked email.The email was apparently sent by Alain Crozier, the chief financial officer of the Sales, Marketing, Services, IT and Operations Group (SMSG), a week ago.
Experience and reward company RedBalloon has given each of its staff a shiny new iPad 2 to use as a productivity tool, but the company has told ZDNet Australia that it has no intentions of using the Apple tablets to replace its fleet of desktop computers.
Cabin staff on British Airways planes are testing out the use of Apple's iPad 2 tablet instead of paper during flights.The airline has handed out the iPad 2s to 100 of its cabin crew, the company said on Wednesday.
A detailed report into one of Australia's first iPad roll-outs in an educational setting has recommended the popular Apple tablets be utilised by all staff and students, following positive results from a trial involving limited numbers of staff and students.
Queensland Health this week revealed it was running a trial of Apple's hyped iPad tablet, deploying the device within its administrative employees, although tests with clinical staff have not yet kicked off.
The South Australian Department of Health has lifted its nearly half-year ban on the Apple iPad after a review of the device by its technology staff.
An undercover investigation has unveiled the working and disciplinary conditions in place at Apple's Chinese technology manufacturer Foxconn, including allegations that staff worked 12-hour days for almost an entire fortnight in the six months before the launch of the iPad.
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.
The chief executive of South Australia's health department issued a sternly worded letter to all staff in late May warning them off corporate purchases of Apple's flagship iPad device until the department's IT team could properly assess it.
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