The 10 most-read Tablets in the Enterprise posts in 2012 include both iOS and Android tips and tricks. Thanks to our Tablets in the Enterprise contributing writers and readers for your contributions this year. Let us know what topics you’d like to see cover here in 2013.
Jack Wallen walks you through the process of connecting your Android tablet to your Windows and Samba shared folders with the help of ES File Explorer.
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.
Donovan Colbert takes a look at ScreenSlider and iDisplay, two apps that can help maximize your desktop display potential.
Jack Wallen highlights a couple applications that allow you to edit and convert OpenOffice documents on your Android tablet.
Find out why Jack Wallen thinks you should use the built-in Android Task Manager tool on your tablet instead of any of the other third-party task managers.
Jack Wallen provides some tips for maximizing your tablet battery for a life of extended mobility.
Donovan Colbert updated his ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101 to Android 4.x (aka Ice Cream Sandwich). Find out what issues it solved and what problems it created.
Donovan Colbert is impressed with the ASUS TF300, and he can use it to complete most of his IT work. With the proliferation of iOS devices, do you think it’s too late for Android tablets?
Andy Makar highlights five of his favorite mind mapping applications for the Android tablet platform.
Jack Wallen shows you how to turn your Android tablet into a phone with the help of the GrooVe IP application.