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Discussing the business iPad

Increasingly the iPad is found not just attached to recumbent bodies on a couch but in businesses as well. With that in mind, Macworld, under the guidance of one of our guests, has introduced The iPad Office ebook. I'm joined by that book's editor, Serenity Caldwell, as well as some of those who were responsible for the contents within it to share tips for using an iPad intended for business.

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Show Notes

We mention a fair number of services and apps we believe are must-haves for any business user, including a Dropbox account, GoodReader for iPad, Printopia, PDFpen, Office2 HD, and 1Password. You'll find many more in The Office iPad ebook, our $4 iPad-only publication available at the iBookstore.

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