Takeaway: Take a look at the 10 most popular Tablets in the Enterprise posts of 2011.
TechRepublic’s Tablets in the Enterprise blog examines how tablets can be put to use in a business environment. It includes perspective pieces, tips and tricks, and even a few product reviews. And while this particular blog launched just a few short months ago, there are still quite a few posts that resonated with the TR community. Here’s a peek at the top 10:
Patrick Gray explains why he thinks Microsoft will never regain dominance of the tablet market. Do you agree?
Jack Wallen says that once you try the Thumb Keyboard application from Beansoft, you’ll never go back to the standard keyboard on your tablet.
Donovan Colbert takes a close look at several Office suites for Android tablets, including Polaris Office, Documents To Go, OfficeSuite Pro 5, and Google Docs as a native app or via a web browser.
Patrick Gray thinks that a single, unifying OS may be Android’s ticket to success in the tablet market.
Patrick Gray believes that tablet mobile operating systems are beginning to take a back seat to the apps, content, and connectivity available on the devices.
Find out why Donovan Colbert thinks Amazon’s new Kindle Wi-Fi (with special offers) will be one of the most questionable advertising campaigns of this holiday season.
Jack Wallen believes the opportunity offered by tablet hardware is seriously overlooked. He lists several industries and professions that would benefit from tablet technology.
Jack Wallen lists 10 ways that tablets must improve to become fully accepted.
Donovan Colbert thinks the skepticism about Android’s traction in the tablet market was premature. He predicts even greater tablet market growth for Android this coming holiday season.
Jack Wallen walks you through the steps you’ll need to take to root a Toshiba Thrive tablet.