Norway Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg, Uses iPad to Work at Airport

Thursday, April 15, 2010
By OP Editor

Apple iPad: Running your country, there’s an app for that?

Celebrity iPad user, Norway Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg

After meetings with United Nations in New York City, with flights grounded due to volcanic eruption in Iceland, Norway Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg pulls out his Apple iPad tablet to conduct some official business.

Taken at New York LaGuardia Airport, the official Norwegian Prime Minister’s Office describes the photo on Flickr as “The Prime Minister is Working At the Airport.”

Stoltenberg seems to be using his Apple iPad tablet with the black microfiber iPad Case. He’s probably using iPad’s built in VPN client to connect to government servers back in Norway:

Apple iPad enterprise secure VPN

The Prime Minister’s Office [flickr]
via The iPad: So Good, You Can Run a Country on it [cultofmac]

By the way, here’s a video of the Iceland volcano:

2010 Iceland Volcano Eruption


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