iPads are becoming increasingly common in businesses, as people find new uses for them. They can be used not only as portable devices for checking e-mail and browsing the web, but also for showing photos and product portfolios to clients, running presentations, and storing product information.
A Macworld article gives five tips for keeping iPads secure in the enterprise. This covers such things as encryption and centralized management, segregating data, authenticating and using company e-mail servers. iPad security is a new challenge, and businesses need to think carefully about how their data can be at risk on iPads, and how best to deal with these risks.