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Microsoft's Approach To Battling the iPad In the Workplace 249

Posted by timothy
from the pound-on-the-table dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Even though Microsoft's public stance, when asked about the impact of Apple's slate is 'iPad? What iPad?', the Redmondians are preparing the company's partners for battle in 2011. Microsoft is making available to its reseller partners marketing collateral to help them defend against the iPad's encroachment into the enterprise market. I had a chance to check out a PowerPoint dated December 2010 on 'Microsoft Commercial Slate PCs' that the company is offering to its partners to help them explain Microsoft's slate strategy to business users." Besides the iPad, there are also the raft of tablets (available and upcoming) running Android, and Blackberry's QNX tablet that Microsoft will have to sell past.
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Microsoft's Approach To Battling the iPad In the Workplace

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  • by 93 Escort Wagon (326346) on Tuesday January 25, 2011 @11:24PM (#35003052)

    It may not be the best OS of the bunch, but the fact of the matter is that it will run on a whole host of hardware. Apple and RIM have lost in this respect, because there will be very little choice. Microsoft seems to be in bed with HP. WebOS and Android will take the market because soon enough someone will be running it on a toaster.

    And we've seen how this capability has directly led to Linux' dominance of the desktop computing market.

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