Archive for the ‘iPad’ tag
Yesterday there was some exiting news: Microsoft released Office for the iPad! You can now use your well known Office suite on your mobile Apple device. You can download the apps from the Apple AppStore. For using Office on the iPad a Office 365 subscription is necessary. But with the subscription you can’t only use Office on the tablet, you can also use it on up to 5 devices in total including PC’s and Mac’s. By the way, like Office Mobile for Windows Phone, the Android phones and iPhone version is free!
Check the following blog article for more details.
Microsoft has updated all Clients for Yammer including Windows, Windows Phone, iPhone, iPad and Android. You’ll get loads of new Features which you can all find on the Yammer blog.
Microsoft has released the third update of the Lync client for Windows Phone and iOS on iPad and iPhone. The downloads are now available from the platforms app stores. The new update delivers two main improvements which includes the ability to join a Lync meeting without having a Lync account and and starting a unscheduled meeting with multiple participants from a mobile device. The Lync team had published a more detailed blog post with screenshots. Please follow the link to the official Lync blog.
VMware has released the brand new vSphere iPad client which is now available on iTunes. With that app you can control the virtual machines in your datacenter and view key performance metrics. The client is not a full replacement for the vSphere Windows client but you can do a lot of tasks with it. Eric Sloof wrote a nice article about it which is a good read.
Isn’t that great! The VMware View iPad Client 1.0 is still number one in the Apple AppStore. Loads of users already shared their great feedback through the rating function. If you’re using the client on your iPad and you like it please do also share your feedback with VMware.
The View Client for the iPad was released last week by VMware with a huge buzz on all social media platforms. I’ve had the chance to test it in several circumstances and I’m really happy. It works pretty well and the PCoIP performance was always good enough to watch video streams or just work with my virtual desktop hosted at Terremark.. Today I’ve checked the VGA Out option for the first time. This is just awesome! The iPad screen is mirrored on the monitor and gives you the opportunity to give Powerpoint presentations from your virtual desktops running in the datacenter. Unfortunately I’ve no iPad with 3G option what means that I’ve a huge demand for an iPad 2.
Are you owning an iPad? Yes? Ok, go and get the brand new VMware View iPad Client now. It’s available for IOS 4.2 and newer versions in the Apple AppStore.
Here’s the direct link to iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/vmware-view-for-ipad/id417993697?mt=8&ign-mpt=uo%3D4
Link to the release notes and documentation: http://3url.de/7v