...can be seen in this Mashable post where a "hospital district in Visalia, California, has ordered 100 iPads to provide staff with access to rudimentary applications like e-mail, as well as X-ray images, EKG results and patient monitoring programs around its five sites."
This makes great sense. The iPad has the benefits of printed material that a laptop does not, and it has the benefits of a computer that printed material does not. I can eventually see them preloaded with business specific applications. For example, new employees... [More]