At least with Apple iOS 6 upgrade process didn’t cause headaches (like previous iOS’ upgrades :)). For those who wants to see what happenes with iPad after upgrade here are screenshots of welcome wizard which shows after upgrade is completed.
Despite all reservations to iPad as a device which might be useful in day-to-day IT Pro activities (was thinking about it more as a toy than tool) I found it really handy after some time. One of main reasons I found iPad cool IT tool was ability to connect to Cisco console port and configure Cisco devices.
Yes, it is possible to have Cisco console cable which connect to iPad and application which allows to configure Cisco via Console from iPad 🙂
Using any of the iDevices with PC computer with Windows 7 will enfornce us to use iTunes as application which can synchronize content of a device with PC, backup device to the computer, etc. By default iTunes will create all folders for content synchronization between PC and iDevice on C: drive. However, sometimes this might be inconvinient, especially if someone has multiple partitions on hard disk dedicated for certain type of content. Also, when number of applications, music files and movies is growing on iDevice iTunes can consume lot of space, so this might be reasonable to move iTunes content to another partition or disk on our system. I will show quick way how ot make iTunes data move smooth and transparent for our device.