In Pictures: Tablets with serious security for bus...
Even though Apple markets the iPad primarily at consumers, the tablet comes with a decent set of built-in security features. Tools to help users set up an iPad in a secure business environment include Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync integration (to push policies to a fleet of devices), VPN server configuration, over-the-air profile delivery and configuration, and mobile device management, such as remotely wiping or locking a device.
The iPad also uses 256-bit AES hardware encryption to protect all the data on the device. You can encrypt data backups made in iTunes as well.
In Pictures: Tablets with serious security for business