Maryland Governor’s Office Trades Printers for iPads

At the State House in Annapolis, Md., governor’s staff meetings look a lot different than they used to. Instead of referring to stacks of paper and multiple binders, staff members use Apple iPads to retrieve relevant documents and take notes.
August 3, 2012
 

At the State House in Annapolis, Md., governor’s staff meetings look a lot different than they used to. Instead of referring to stacks of paper and multiple binders, staff members use Apple iPads to retrieve relevant documents and take notes. What started as a one-man pilot last November with the governor’s chief of staff has grown to include roughly 30 people within Gov. Martin O’Malley’s office who have exchanged their printers for iPads — and that’s just the beginning. The governor’s office plans a second and third phase to spread the idea.

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