Since the first installation at a large Chicago ISP in 1994, the IPAD has received some very glowing reviews from people with the real-world experience to know exactly how secure, powerful and easy the IPAD is when compared to more traditional solutions.
The list of complements from government, corporate and small business IPAD users is long and continues to grow all the time.
We are confident you will feel the same when you get your own IPAD.
Since we purchased the IPAD, everything has gone smoothly. We're no
longer dependent on third parties like ISPs or consultants. As our company
continues to grow, we'll be able to upgrade without future investments or
— Dan Conser, Audio Adventures
Bloomberg moves information that moves the market... When we needed a
complete Intranet solution that was reliable and robust, yet simple to
install and manage, we chose the IPAD, and it delivered.
— David Heller, Bloomberg Financial Markets
It's a workhorse. If people want reliability and ease of use, I don't
know of a better option for them.
— Joe Gitchell, Pinney Associates
From box to working system took less than two hours, even with
mistakes, which is quicker than any new PC I've configured lately.
— James E. Gaskin, Information Week Magazine
We've looked at the Whistle InterJet, the Team Apexx, the WinGate's
and on and on. This actually isn't a contest. The IPAD is extremely easy
to install, enormously powerful, and can scale right up to the point where
the small business decides they'd rather be an ISP themselves than do the
dry cleaning thing. The other all-in-one packages hit the wall about
twelve minutes after installation, and the wheels are falling off in all
directions thereafter. But the IPAD can take on new work almost ad
— Jack Rickard, Editor, Boardwatch Magazine
It's the kind of equipment we like — it takes care of
— John Beck, City of Marshfield Wisconsin
There's nothing easier or less expensive than [the IPAD]. It's the
only way to do it.
— Mark Johnson, Mitsubshi Motor Sales of America
We're constantly evaluating bang-for-the-buck among the various
all-in-one solutions, and so far the IPAD has the lead.
— Bill Elliott, U.S. Navy
When the IPAD arrived, I literally connected it into a spare Ethernet
network port, attached a few modems, applied power, and was ready for
blast-off. The IPAD represents an elegant solution when you need to easily
build an Internet or Intranet presence. Considering the time it saves you
when getting your infrastructure in place, the price represents a good
— Mike Heck, Infoworld Magazine
Please let us know your experiences with the IPAD.