Another day, another tablet. Here we are with the Dell Latitude 10 that is said to come with enhanced security, helping set the new standard when it comes to business-friendly tablets while sporting more industry-leading security features compared to other device in its class. In fact, Dell claims that a third-party study found that Latitude 10 tablets are up to 17 times faster and 94% more affordable to deploy compared to iPads in large scale enterprise implementations, although the parameters of that study will need to be combed through before you make a decision to empower your workforce with tablets.
It is said that the Dell Latitude 10 was specially designed to overcome enterprise class security challenges by merging a great user experience with ease of management and deployment by the IT department. It will be able to fit into current IT environments in a jiffy, helping improve IT efficiency and decrease total cost-of-ownership along the way. Since it is managed just like all other standard Windows-powered laptops, the Latitude 10 is a snap to deploy – relatively speaking, of course. Security features include Dell Data Protection Access, Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 1.2, Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption and Computrace Support. It will retail for $779 a pop. [Press Release]
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