Since this article was written back in April 2010, a lot has changed. The iPad has been accepted amongst corporations and larger business' as a tool, not a toy. A new range of features and functionality provided by Apple and utilized by App developers has resulted in a huge uptake in business being conducted out of the office, with ease.
Our File Management iPad Application, Liquid Enterprise: http://liquidpresentations.com.au/liquid-enterprise-app/ and it's associated services: http://liquidpresentations.com.au/your-files-our-magic/ can add advanced functionality such as Document Navigation, Order Forms, Movies & VR, advanced product comparison calculators, and On-Screen Signing, all to your existing sales and marketing collateral.
But we're not the only ones pushing the boundaries of the iPad to really maximize it's business potential. 2011 saw a huge rise in the number of iPad (and iPhone) Apps designed specifically for the business user, whether that be a solo operation, or a multinational blue-chip operation.
We're excited to see how the release of the iPad3 will allow developers to achieve to push mobile business further in 2012.
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