The top 10 iPad iOS 4.2 features for business

November 26, 2010
Gartner: 5 tips for cutting data center power consumption
ZD Net
Heather Clancy shares tips from research firm Gartner on how to minimize power consumption in the data centre.

“Use row and rack-based cooling for high-density equipment, which apparently can reduce energy usage by up to 15 per cent, build and provision only what is needed, user air-side economizers in geographies where they work (you may already have air handlers that support this), scrutinize floor layouts for optimal air movement and virtualize everywhere you can, especially on commodity hardware that eat up a lot of electricity.”

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iPad’s big upgrade: The top 10 iOS 4.2 features for business
ZD Net
Jason Hiner shares the top 10 features for Apple’s newest software update for the iPad.

“Apple has released the first major software update for the iPad. The 4.2 version of iOS brings a slew of new capabilities to the iPad, including many that will be of interest to business professionals and to IT departments that have deployed or are considering a deployment of the iPad. The update, which is available as a free download through iTunes, is the first jump to iOS 4 for the iPad: multitasking, AirPlay, wireless app distribution, AirPrint, Find My iPad, folders, unified inbox, remote device management, Web browser search on page and new quick controls console.”

Toshiba and Vizio expected to join Google TV bandwagon in January
Engadget
Vlad Savov writes about two vendors that may join the Google TV bandwagon next year.

“Content providers might be banning Google TV left, right, and center, but hardware partners don’t seem to be losing any enthusiasm. After Samsung openly admitted to contemplating a HDTV with Google TV hardware and software built right in, Toshiba and Vizio are now said to have firm plans to introduce such new products at January’s CES 2011.”

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