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New iPad app targets office meetings

7/6/2010 01:57 PM EDT
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prabhakar_deosthali
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prabhakar_deosthali   7/7/2010 11:41:45 AM
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I here meant to say inexpensive gadget. Sorry for the typo error

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prabhakar_deosthali   7/7/2010 11:40:15 AM
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IPAD has been found to be an expensive gadget for student communities in college and university campuses. With innovative software applications this platform will surely also get entry into the corporate world

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Mark Wehrmeister   7/6/2010 11:19:03 PM
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Since Corporate IT Departments almost always standardize on the technology platform(s) used within the corporation it is logical that everyone that needed an iPad within a company would have one. Typically, however, the hardware platform does not drive the standardization process. Software applications that help increase worker productivity or provide strategic value to the company drive the standardization process. MicroStrategy's applications for specific vertical markets where many people work away from their desks (restaurants, retail, casinos) may be all that is necessary to drive hardware standardization in those industries to the iPad.

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phoenixdave   7/6/2010 8:16:23 PM
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With the increasing acceptance and desire for Droid-based smart phones and tablets, the growing open source apps world, and upcoming availability of PC-based tablets, I think it might be a better strategy for "MicroStrategy" to not limit themselves to one mobile equipment manufacturer. The utilization of such a system seems to be dependent on everyone within the company owning an iPad or iPhone, which I'm sure would be the desire of Apple, but may not be very realistic. However, I think the concept of the product is very interesting and useful because it basically allows the users to design their own custom apps that fit with their requirements, and not fit their requirements to the apps.

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