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I put off getting an iPad, as an early adopter, instead opting to hang back and see if lives up to its hype. Having recently got to play with an Apple iPad for a few days there has been plenty of time to reflect upon it for this first impressions review.
The first thing that strikes about the Apple iPad is the high price, especially if you want things like 3G performance and a decent amount of storage.
It really is quite expensive so the question is do you get value for money? After all, you could pick up a netbook for less than half the price.
OTRS, "Open source Ticket Request System), recently launched the public beta of version 3 of its helpdesk system – with a key feature being a new Ajax-powered interface. Other new features include an all new ticket dashboard, enhanced search …
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When planning for technology in your business it is well worth looking into the benefits of thin client technology.
In addition, in place of desktop or notebook computers you might want to consider a portable thin client format to add an increased level of mobility for your workforce whilst also centralising and securing your data infrastructure.
In its basic form a thin client computer is a device containing a small “client” program which receives screen updates from, and sends keyboard and mouse movements, to a server which is locked away safely in a dedicated computer room (or wherever else you may want to put it).