I’m sharing with you a post that I think is quite interesting—from Lenovo’s workforce mobility blog—on tablets in the military.
In October 2011, the U.S. Department of Defense approved an Android-based mobile OS for its military networks, providing access to information on their mobile tablets or PCs covering everything from high-level command and control programs to terrain data mapping.
Using Android’s open source foundation, a custom build of the OS was certified by the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA). It is expected to be the foundation for more, typically branch-specific iterations as tablets continue to prove their efficacy on the battlefield.
Read the full post on how tablet adoption is growing in the military.