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Microsoft appears to be trying to build a tablet that's IT-friendly, but in the Bring Your Own Device era, users tend to be choosing their own devices, and this could be an outdated strategy.
Read my full post on the Real User Monitoring blog.
June 19, 2012 in Enterprise IT, Microsoft, mobile, Real User Monitoring | Permalink
Enterprise IT, Metro, Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Mobile, tablets, Windows 8
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