MacVoices #1187: David Sparks On Using The iPad at Work

iPad at Work is the new book by David Sparks that carries on the tradition of his first book, Mac at Work. David talks about his all-in approach to researching, and even writing, the book, provides some tips to help convince your boss that the iPad is a legitimate business tool, including key advantages over other options. The iPad isn’t a laptop replacement; David discusses why it shouldn’t be, how he solved the problem of finding the apps and services he recommends, email, Flash, security and more.

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David Sparks is a trial attorney who finally came out of the closet and admitted he was a nerd several years ago. David publishes MacSparky.com and is the co-host of the Mac Power Users podcast. David also writes occasionally for Macworld and has authored two books, Mac at Work and iPad at Work.


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