The iPad was the overwhelming favorite with 72 percent of respondents choosing the one that started it all. That is a 17-point increase from numbers earlier in the year.
According to a recent article from Investor's Business Daily, an Apple television could be on the horizon and the proof is in what the company hasn't done.
Through specific applications and outside the box thinking, businesses are able to do so much more with tablets than traditionally thought possible.
Apple has been on the cutting edge of several technology revolutions and has been setting the standard for mobile devices for the last decade.
In a recent column for Forbes, Chuck Jones examined the lead-time for the iPad Air and iPhone 5s, Apple's next generation tablet and smartphone.
According to an article from Bloomberg Businessweek, Applebee's is adding more than 100,000 tablets to the tables in 1,860 U.S. restaurants.
Security is a major concern for any BYOD strategy, whether you are the president or one of two employees in a startup company working out of an apartment.
With the help of an IT consulting firm that is certified in FileMaker, any company can easily implement the database to improve operations.
A report from IDC found that PC shipments will drop 10.1 percent when 2013 comes to a close.
Tablets are making a larger impact on the business world and companies that have partnered with an IT consulting firm that specializes in optimizing an iPad deployment can be sure they are able to implement them successfully.