Tablets are playing an increasingly important role in ecommerce and other business transactions, but the recent use of an iPad by a group of Silicon Valley heavyweights is especially noteworthy.
Would you use an iPad to make a bid? Why not?
Education Secretary Michael Gove receives one of the angriest receptions of his three years in office as he appears before head teachers in Birmingham.
Is that realisation on his face? Alas, the “parting company” comment does not refer to him.
The Pentagon cleared Apple Inc. devices for use on its networks, setting the stage for the maker of iPhones and iPads to compete with Samsung Electronics Co. and BlackBerry for military sales.
Excuses, excuses. I recall @Bpoolcouncil ‘s ICT saying iOS is not safe. I think that excuse is now kicked into touch. Well, FIPS and now US Military? Good enough? Or does something else need kicking into touch?
The purchase of 18,000 iPads for use as electronic flight bags has set the stage for the U.S. Air Force to save more than $50 million over the next 10 years.
If the US Airforce can save $50M by buying 18K iPads, think about what you could achieve? I recall @Bpoolcouncil I advised a look at iPad over other platforms, only to be rejected.#toldyouso
There are 7.4 million people in the UK who have never used the internet of which 5.2million are aged over 65. There are over 18,000 care homes in England with nearly 40,000 older residents.
Let’s not forget the older residents in Society…..
Have your users managed to force iOS devices on you? - Nah, we just made ‘em redundant - iOS has no place in Public Sector @Bpoolcouncil ICT boss 2011. Whoops.
Nigel Murphy explains how Manchester leads the way with responsive technology that recognises what type of device visitors are using
This is a very good solution to the problem of catering for “what next”?
There is an app (coming) for that. An odourous development on the way.