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iPad™ & iPhone™ Administrator’s Guide by Guy Hart-Davis

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CHAPTER 5Equipping the iPad and iPhone with the Apps That Users Need

Both the iPad and the iPhone come with a good amount of system software— everything from the Safari browser and the full-fledged Mail client to the Calendar app and the Notes app. But for your network’s users to get the maximum business mileage out of the iPad and iPhone, you’ll almost certainly need to add further apps to them.

In this chapter, we’ll look at how you can add apps to the iPad and iPhone and keep those apps under control and up to date. The first order of business is to decide which apps you’re going to get and install for the users—productivity apps, utility apps, or whatever will help them get their work done. I mention a couple dozen apps that are widely useful, ...

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